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Only 400 watches produced! A must-have, unique piece for your collection.
Edox Men's Spirit of Norway Collection Limited Edition Stainless Steel Rubber Strap Watch
Street Price: About $2000

Choices: Black carbon fiber or grey carbon fiber dial

This limited edition timepiece has a round stainless steel case with a helium release valve on the left side. White Arabic numerals are located at 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 on the black ceramic bezel. The round carbon fiber dial houses white luminous Arabic numerals at 12:00, 3:00 and 9:00. There is a power reserve indicator that covers 5:00, 6:00 and 7:00. Silver-tone luminous index markers are located at all remaining hour positions. A big date window is displayed below 12:00, "Limited Edition" is written next to 3:00 and "500 M/1650 FT" is located above the power reserve indicator. "Edox", the logo and "Automatic" are displayed next to the 9:00 position. This impressive design has silver-tone luminous hour and minute hands, and a silver-tone/red second hand.

Strap: Black rubber strap
Movement: Swiss automatic movement, Soprod 9090 ETA 2892 A2, 28 jewels, both ways
Crystal: Sapphire crystal
Crown: Screw down crown with cabochon
Clasp: Deployant clasp with push button release
Strap Measurements: 9-1/4"L x 13/16"W or 20mm
Case Measurements: 1-3/4"L or 44mm
Water Resistance: 50 ATM - 500 meters - 1650 ft
Model Numbers:
Black: EDOX-94001.3N.NIN
Grey: EDOX-94001.3N.AIN
Warranty: Five year limited warranty

Additional Features: ETA 2892A2: The ETA 2892A2 is a mechanical movement with Swiss lever escapement for the indication of hours, minutes, seconds and date. Further complication detail include unbreakable Nivaflex mainspring, Nivaflex hairspring, Glucydur balance, heavy metal ball bearing rotor, Incabloc shock-absorber, and a 45-hour power-reserve.

About the Helium Release Valve
This limited edition timepiece includes a Helium Release Valve, or HRV. The HRV is a complication helpful to professional divers who are in deep sea waters for long periods of time; mainly weeks or months. Divers breathe a combination of gases; helium, oxygen and nitrogen, at a higher pressure than air at the surface. Since helium molecules are smaller than other gases, theses small particles can penetrate through watch cases and potentially blow out the crystal due to the pressure levels. The HRV allows helium to escape while keeping water out, protecting the case from deterioration and shattering.

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28 jewels, both ways............What does the both ways mean?
I am assuming that it can be wound both ways as in counter or just clockwise.. Or maybe it means something else...:lol: EDOX are great looking and built watches...
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