In the second edition of Formex Watch of the Week, we bring you the DS 2100. This technical diver timepiece with a dynamic allure, combines the essentials of design, quality and robustness. Like all Formex models, it features the patented suspension system. Check it out here.
Complementing their collection of motor sports themed timepieces, Formex jumps into the deep blue with this line of modern divers. With an exciting overall aspect and clear square-round Formex DNA, the DS 2100 stands out of the crowd. The prominent rotating bezel with large numbers and a minimalistic dial design, offer perfect readability, whether you are way below the surface or simply use it in our day to day life. Equipped with a sapphire glass, the DS 2100 is ready for the most extreme under-water encounters or the occasional bump against a hard object. The case back offers a look into the inner workings of the movements
A patented case suspension system, not only absorbs shocks, but also significantly adds to the wearing comfort of all Formex watches. The DS2100 comes in a wide range of colors, straps and bracelets and is also available with a quartz movement. Prices range from 375€ for the quartz GMT models and 645€ for the self-winding mechanical version. Seems surprisingly reasonable, right? Here is why:
Formex timepieces are now exclusively available in the brand’s own online store, which allows them to lower the prices by almost 50%, by cutting out the retailers. Features like free super-fast shipping and free returns add to the benefits of buying directly from the brand. The prices include all taxes and import duties for international shipments. Check out the new store here.
ETA 2824-2 (11 ½”’) Automatic with date
Titanium G2 / Stainless steel 316L 1.044
Patented case suspension
20ATM (200 m)
sapphire crystal anti-reflective and hard-coated
Titanium/stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp
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