Black Scratch Resistant...
The black scratch-resistant watch Wryst Ultimate ES20 for sports is now adorned with carbon fiber. This stainless steel watch offers the world's...
Black stainless steel watch Wryst Ultimate ES20 with integral DLC coating and sapphire crystal. With 200 Meters of water resistance and 45mm in size, this steel sports watch is understated and sleek. Only 99 pieces are available. Because this is a small series, do not delay your purchase. Furthermore, the entire case and metal bracelet benefit from Diamond-Like Carbon for a sturdy and durable timepiece. Extra silicone bracelet included.
Swiss black steel watch Wryst Ultimate ES20 produced exclusively in Limited Edition of 99 pieces. Black is the safest and most excellent color you would want to wear. Grade 516L hard steel engraved case, screw-down crown, case back, and metal bracelet benefit from DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon). This unique coating technology increases the watch considerably and is the hardest and most resistant coating available.
This timepiece looks stunning with a solid steel bracelet with a black DLC coating. The ES20 includes a second double injection all-black sleek silicone strap with a DLC square buckle. Despite not being a chronograph and equipped with an automatic movement, the Wryst ES20 in steel is more shock-resistant than the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch.
Wryst exceeds manufacturing affordable luxury Swiss watches with unforeseen specifications, high standards of know-how, and craftsmanship. The ES20 is an absolute treat to individualists inspired by the outdoors and extreme sports.
The case back is engraved with the serial number. Only 99 pieces of this limited edition will ever be available! Stock is getting low, so order your Swiss Ultimate ES20 today!
This ES20 black steel watch has a darkened dial, a Swiss quartz movement, and the date window at a 3-hour position. The case and sapphire crystal with AR coating are shock-resistant. To respect this timepiece's dark theme, this is the only reference in the steel collection Ultimate to have a grey finish on the hands instead of luminescent hands like on the other models. This striking black timepiece is also available with a carbon fiber leather band.
Hard Scratchproof DLC coating
The white date displayed at 3H
Screwed crown against the casing
Size 45 mm case body
Two bracelets included for a versatile look
Sapphire crystal with AR treatment
200 Meters of water resistance
Pictures of the Wryst ES20 with scratch-proof DLC coating
Fitted with an all-black silicone bracelet looks sleeker than ever!
Manufacturers have been using strong steel casings for their timepieces for a long time. Today, the hard and resistant alloy is a common choice for more than 55% of global production. A metal case inspires strength and confidence for a durable investment with a polished, brushed, or sand-blasted finish. Later, the all-important ticker was decorated with plating for a more appealing aspect and to add a more luxurious feel to the case body. Ultimately, the market saw new alloys and materials used in the making. It was possible to make an entire case in solid gold. In recent times, more exciting materials like carbon fiber, platinum, thermoplastic, polymers, forged carbon, composites, or ceramic are more common for sports timekeepers. Since the brand's creation, Wryst has used the hardest ever stainless grade 516L, the strongest and most resistant. But this was just not enough.
This color has also been the first choice for many of us in recent years. A black casing is an atypical choice for many people, especially men. In polymer or thermoplastic, lightweight materials are mainly used for lower-budget wristwear that are not precisely designed to have a durable lifetime. The idea of creating a metal watch in black color was first used by the brand Rado with its own iconic "Rado Ceramica" casing and bracelets. Many brands use this color in their collections, if not all of them. The main difficulty with steel material is how any color is coated onto the case and body.
Wryst opted for the diamond-like carbon coating technology for the hardest and most durable steel protection. Typically, most commercial PVD can be scratched quickly when the DLC protects efficiently and keeps stainless scratch-free for 80 years. You can read more here about the difference between PVD vs. DLC. The Dimond-Like is harder and more wearproof than steel itself. So by buying a Wryst timepiece, you are investing your budget on a watch stronger than steel.
Also available with two silicone bracelets here: