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Feynman Cove "Shadow"

SGD$1,180.00

The latest "Shadow" Limited Edition variant is the last production of the Cove series, limited to 30 pieces.

The Feynman Cove encompasses the soul of vintage compressor-style dive watches, along with updated modern design cues.

Powered by a Fully-Decorated Swiss ETA 2895-2 movement, this is one of the few dive watches housing this famed caliber.

For Customers who have successfully pre-ordered:
- Full Price is SGD$1180 (20% off RRP of SGD$1,488)
- Upfront of SGD$590 to secure a piece
- Balance of SGD$590 will be required prior to delivery, and you will be notified via e-mail on the method of payment.
- Watch will start delivering from July 2021.

Variant Details:
- Black Swiss SuperLuminova 
- Black Sun-burst Dial

For more on the Cove collection, visit our dedicated site for it here.

Important Notes:

Warranty: 2 Years International against all worksmanship defects.
Shipping: International Insured Shipping is free. 

Note: The shade of color on the dial varies in appearance under different lighting. Caseback engraving may differ slightly according to each model.


The Feynman Cove collection features the venerable Swiss ETA 2895-2, which features an impressive 50 hours of power reserve. The caliber is manufactured to ETA's specifications.

  • Movement:
  • Operation:
  • Reserve:
  • Frequency:
  • Jewel Count:
  • ETA 2895-
  • Automatic
  • 50 Hours
  • 28.800 vph
  • 27 Jewels
  • Angle Lift of Balance:
  • Regulation:
  • Amplitude Range:
  • 51°
  • Up to 15 seconds plus divergence daily
  • 200° to 320°
Case Diameter 40mm
Lug to Lug 46mm
Case Height 12.8mm
Lug Width 20mm
Case Water Resistance 200m / 20atm
Strap Material FKM Grade Rubber (Black)
Strap Width 20mm
Tapers to: 20mm
Attachments: Buckle & Tang
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