DeBethune DB25 SIL Photomontage  1 Comments


Once again, the Hour Glass was able to bring into Singapore four new prototypes from DeBethune last week for study and probably for the dealer to ascertain comments and interest from the collecting market here. Of the four prototypes I thought that this DB25 Sil spoke to me most. It was a surprising how well the new and the old was subtly mixed together - and it works.

Its nicely sized at about 42mm in diameter but yet slim with an elegant machine turned dial with Roman numerals and an interestingly design pair of hands. At the top a small slit of black and red that is the power reserve indicator. While the dial is unusually classical for DeBethune, the lugs are clearly new style yet not obtrusive. The movement side exhibits all the glory of DeBethune's horological strengths. Innovative design and the use of new tech materials in its distinctive balance wheel. This is indeed a beautiful timepiece in the metal as it speaks to my classical taste.

To view the photomontage of all the images I have of this watch, CLICK HERE.

- HT



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