The S.U. F Vetehinen is an excellent choice for someone with an understanding of the culture behind the WWII-era diver watch. Vetehinen, which is the Finnish word for merman, was a class of submarine designed by the Finnish navy to brave the icy waters of the Baltic Sea. Each piece in the limited batch of 52 watches bears the name of the 716-ton submarine. Twenty-six additional black DLC versions are also available. Each case is made from 316L Supra stainless steel and is appropriately water-resistant for up to 300 meters. The nickel and chrome used in the watch are locally sourced, and they highlight a fun and lively design with hands reminiscent of devil tails and a crenelated bezel. A new Swiss-made Eterna Calibre 39 movement featuring Rhodium plating is incorporated, paying homage to the long-running partnership between Eterna and Finnish watchmakers dating back over five decades.
The 42mm case helps you command the attention you deserve. Anti-glare coating and luminescent hands make seeing the time easier, no matter whether you are in a dark movie theater or out on the town in the evening. The automatic movement is as precise as it is dependable, keeping time with accuracy over the course of its 65-hour power reserve. The genuine leather straps come in four colors with a choice of two for each case.