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Sinn U200 B (EZM 8) Limited Edition Diver With Blue Dial Watch Releases

Sinn U200B on strap

There are two things about this watch that make it worth sharing. First off, the limited-edition galvanized matte blue dial. Normally sold in black, this version (ref EZM 8) is only available through December 31, 2013. Secondly, despite having a full 2000m (over a mile!) depth rating, the U200 is a svelte 37mm case.

In what I think is a first for Sinn, it’s sold with a matching blue and white NATO strap.

Sinn U200 B (EZM 8) Limited Edition Diver With Blue Dial Watch Releases
On wrist, none of these background technology have any influence on the Sinn 910 Xmas watch’s classic wrist existence. While definitely a fully competent sports opinion, the Sinn 910 Anniversary’s aesthetic is perfect for commemorating their 55-year history. The implementation is completely Sinn while the look is classic, classic and not so sporty concerning push away the watch from those who would rather have something a bit more subtle for their day to day.The Sinn 910 Anniversary is easily one of my favorite watches out of Baselworld 2016, offering a compelling mix of design and functionality together with the watchnerd authenticity of a split second chronograph. Truth be told there’s just one thing I don’t like about the Sinn 910 Anniversary; it’s a limited edition of just 300 bits. Having a US domestic price of $5,940, the Sinn 910 Anniversary may result in a costly Sinn chronograph, but the split second functionality puts the 910 on a totally different level than a conventional 7750 model. With so few being generated, if you’re scoffing at the cost, it will likely be long sold out by the time you come to your senses.

Sinn U200B on Nato

One more of that combo:

Sinn U200 B (EZM 8) Limited Edition Diver With Blue Dial Watch Releases

Sinn U200B on Nato

NATOs aren’t my favorite, but they’re super popular and inexpensive, and an easy way to change your look. I do quite like that Sinn is getting a tiny bit bolder with color. This is a versatile and attractive look. The watch comes with both silicone and NATO along with tool to change them, and I can vouch that authorized dealers sell Sinn bracelets (around $400) if you want one.

On the size, 37mm is usually labelled as “mid-size” for brands that make them, e.g. Omega Seamaster. Personally, I find that 37mm is an excellent size for a sport watch and one I’d be delighted to wear. Sinn doesn’t cut corners to make the size either. This one has the same 2,000m rating, Argon insert, submarine steel, Tegimented bezel, sapphire crystal as well as the extended -45/+80C temperature rating. Superluminova hands and dial, legibility looks first rate.

The other day I tweeted that I would rock this watch, and between this and the T2 I’d be hard pressed to choose. The T2 is 41mm, also a reasonable size. I’ve looked at Sinn frequently over the years, in particular the U1 and U2, but was always deterred by the size in the end. The U200 B just might get my money but Sinn will only be offering them with this neat metallic blue dial until the end of 2013. sinn.de

 

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