Its versatility means the GF38213 reference is equally at home on land or under the sea. The Grands Fonds® S3 also accommodates both male and female wrists thanks to its harmonious proportions. Similar to all Grands Fonds® watches, the modern design of its case draws on the benefits of research into the programmed deformation of material to deliver superlative water-resistance.
Satin - 39 MM
Reference : GF38213
The GF38213 reference is geared for all types of adventures. Its unidirectional rotating bezel with precise graduated scale, as well as its timer and the presence of a date, make this diving watch the indispensable companion for your daily life.
3 190,00 CHF
Screwed case back & crown
Nonmagnetic 304 Steel
ISO764 Standard: 4800 A/m
Unidirectional 60 divisions rotating bezel.
Located at 6H (Crown Protection System™). Inverted screwed thread with dual sealing
Sapphire 2.40 mm padded anti-reflection
300 meters proofed, tested up to 1000m
SELLITA “Elaborated” SW200-1
(± 7sec/day) = from 0 to 14 sec/day max.
Hours – Minutes – Seconds
Programmed deformation of materials
ZRC® has a strong expertise in the field of the strains studies linked to the programmed deformation of materials, which guarantees the manufacture of waterproof watches at very great depth (5100M) without resorting to an helium valve or the presence of gel in the case: In addition, it also reduces the thickness of the case making the watch more comfortable to wear. Indeed, sapphire crystal, steel and/or titanium cases and ceramics do not react in the same way to pressure and temperature variations. This recognized expertise allows the Brand to offer reliable, simple and effective watches.
CROWNCrown Protection System™
100% safety is guaranteed thanks to this exclusive strap system using retractable lugs. It is now impossible to place the watch in water without screwing the crown back into its original position. If the crown is not screwed down, the strap cannot be correctly repositioned. This effective method prevents oversights that can lead to technical difficulties.