Atlantic Worldmaster Lusso Automatic Watch
Atlantic Worldmaster Lusso Automatic Watch
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Product Description
Since 1888, Atlantic has been producing timepieces that give Swiss watchmaking its storied reputation. The Worldmaster Lusso features Sellita SW-200, an automatic Swiss movement ... Read More
Classic Open-Heart Look

Since 1888, Atlantic has been producing timepieces that give Swiss watchmaking its storied reputation. The Worldmaster Lusso features Sellita SW-200, an automatic Swiss movement. If you want to take a look at the movement, you have two options: through the open-heart on the dial or through the display case back. As for the dial, it’s available in black or white—both feature gold indexes, with Arabic numerals marking seconds in five-second intervals around the outer chapter ring. The leather band, stainless-steel case, and domed sapphire crystal ensure the watch’s durability. And it’s water resistant to 50 meters, to boot.

Note: At checkout, choose between the ATL-52757-41-21R (limited to 3 units) and ATL-52757-41-61R (limited to 13 units) models.

Models
52757.41.21R
52757.41.61R
Specs
  • Model #: 52757.41.21R and 52757.41.61R
  • Movement: Sellita SW-200 Automatic
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel
  • Case Diameter: 44mm
  • Case Thickness: 11.6mm
  • Lug Width: 22mm
  • Caseback: Presentation
  • Crystal Material: Domed Sapphire
  • Bracelet Material: Leather
  • Water Resistance: 50 m (164 ft)
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Jan 16, 2018 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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With a history like that I wonder why they are not a member of the FHS? http://www.fhs.swiss/eng/watch_brands.html?letter=A I'm reading now on Wikiepedia that the FHS represents more than 90 percent of Swiss watch manufacturers, over 500 companies, but I guess that leaves 9 percent or so who aren't members. You'd think that those 9 percent would be the smallest companies or those that only make minor components though. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federation_of_the_Swiss_Watch_Industry The FHS took the side of tightening the SWISS MADE requirements in 2012, and some companies fought back. The previous requriements specified 50 percent value Swiss content and the new requriements specify 60 percent. Most FHS members wanted the Swiss content requirements raised to 80 percent. So I would expect that companies that were anti-FHS were companies with more Chineses content. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/28/business/global/swiss-watch-industry-seeks-to-tighten-requirements.html Classic quote from the article: "Vincent Chan, Golden Hawk’s director, makes no apologies for Swiss Mountain’s methods, or its watches, whose top-of-the-line model sells for $450. Even if everybody in Switzerland isn’t perhaps happy about what we do, there’s nothing they can do about it because we follow the rules,” Mr. Chan said in an interview last month at Baselworld, the world’s biggest watch fair." Mr. Chan? Mr. Chan?! Neither Golden Hawk nor Swiss Mountain are listed as FHS members, so the 9 percent may mostly consist of Chinese interlopers who incorporated a paper company in Switzerland. So I'm not sure where that leaves Atlantic, and I'd like to know more about outside investments and stock ownership changes during the 50-year gap in their company history timeline.