Wempe Glashutte Zeitmeister Sport Watches Review
For the sake of women's, about the only difference is the loss of the three o'clock index to fit the date aperture.Solid competition to the Explorer or Aqua Terra from my point of view. The silver dials are less to my taste, generally thanks to reduced contrast, but there's a decent chance they'd be nicer in person.
These have the ETA 2892, also with the Wempe fine regulator and chronometer rating. Not sure if they're mixing and matching Sellita and ETA, or if I just have bad information .
Also there are chronographs. Certainly there are chronographs. The have both fixed and dive bezel versions.
45mm, 22mm lugs, water resistant to 300m, built around the Sellita SW500 (ETA 7750) with chronometer ratings and Wempe's fine regulator. MSRP $4,825.
Apart from the dive chronograph, there's a 1mm smaller "Sport" chronograph, with a different movement and fixed bezel as well.
44mm, ETA 7753 movement with the Wempe fine regulator and chronometer rating. Water resistant to 100m instead of 300, and MSRP of $4,255.
Silver dial version:
In a word, an impressive set of impeccable designs. I'm properly picky, however there's nothing in these that bothers me. Not hugely original, yet solid designs in every category, and good values as well.