Straton Sportiva and Volante

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Please read ALL the details before ordering: 

There is a choice of two case sizes 38mm and 41.5mm for both Sportiva and Volante models as well as seven different color variations and a choice of leather rally strap, steel rally bracelet or both. 

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VERY IMPORTANT FOR SIZE DECISION for those wondering which size to choose:

For the 38mm case size this watch will wear like a conventional 41mm round watch, the 41.5mm case size will wear like a conventional 44mm round watch. I would recommend depending on how large you like your watches if your wrist is below 7inches (less 18cm) choose the 38mm case, any wrist above 7inches (above 18cm) choose the 41.5mm case unless you have a larger wrist and still prefer a smaller watch. 

Here is the size comparison between the two sizes and date positions:


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Case Material - 316L Stainless Steel

Case Size - Two sizes! 38mm and 41.5mm

Lug To Lug - (38mm case) is 44mm and the (41.5mm case) is 47.5mm

Case Thickness - just over 12mm 

Lug Width - 22mm for the 41.5mm and 20mm for the 38mm

Movement - Seiko VK64 meca-quartz for the Sportiva Chrono and Swiss Selitta SW200 Automatic for the Volante

Case back - Sportiva closed, Volante open Sapphire Crystal

Crystal - Sapphire Crystal with AR coating

Hands - Lume on Hour/Minute/Second Hands

Strap/bracelet - Genuine leather rally strap or Custom Solid link stainless steel bracelet, screwed links. Please note you can fit any aftermarket straight end link bracelet or leather strap

Clasp - Solid Steel milled folder over clasp with 5 holes micro adjust

Water Resistance - 10ATM/100m

Warranty - 24 Months

Warranty - 24 Months

Info regarding those who ordered the metal bracelet:  

Those who order the watch with the steel bracelet, as these bracelets are fitted with screws it is recommended that loctite be fitted to all screws after the bracelet has been sized to avoid screws working themselves loose. See a video description here: