The legendary golfer Seve Ballesteros and Jaermann & Stübi have created a second exclusive highlight based on the company's latest golf watch: a watch whose case is forged from the golf clubs with which Seve Ballesteros won his last golf tournament, the Spanish Open, in 1995.
The irons 2 to 9 that he played as well as the Pitching Wedge and Sand Wedge have been transformed into 50 watch cases for the "Seve Ballesteros II" limited series. The processing method chosen with the melting of the golf clubs, casting in a mold and subsequent forging of the case makes it possible to tell which watch case comes from which of Seve's irons. So if you golf with a "Seve Ballesteros" by Jaermann & Stübi, you'll always make your stroke with an iron from Seve. And if the ball sometimes doesn't land on the fairway, just remember the unforgettable shots Seve made with this iron.
The "Seve Ballesteros II" model by Jaermann & Stübi is equipped with an automatic movement as well as course timer and GMT functions. A patented shock absorber with a flexible stem cushions the impacts during a golf game and protects the movement. Each watch is individually numbered and the iron used for the watch case is engraved on the back. A certificate signed by Seve Ballesteros also attests to the authenticity of the irons used.
|Model: ||Seve Ballesteros II|
|Case: ||Stainless steel|
|Strap: ||Rubber or leather with contrasting stitching, inner band with moisture-absorbing leather. |
|Movement: ||Automatic, mechanical, Caliber A10, 25 jewels, Incablock, 4 Hz/28,800 alternations/hour, 42-hour power reserve.|
|Functions: ||Hour, minute, large second, dual timezone display adjustable by a screw-lock crown at 2 o'clock|
|Water Resistance: ||100m|