Today, Squale announces new 1545 watches to add to its ever-growing portfolio. This will be incredibly exciting news for any fans of the Squale brand as well as diving watch enthusiasts. Squale’s 1545 collection is known to be a family of sporty, versatile and reliable timepieces. They are precisely designed for people who love spending their time in and around water. The watches in this collection are ideal companions for any challenging and intense water-based activity. Squale’s 1545 timepieces are built to be precision tools with an undeniable air of elegance. They are equally well suited to formal occasions as they are an underwater adventure. If you are interested in Squale announcing new 1545 watches, keep reading to learn more.
The New 1545 Watches
Squale first launched its 1545 collection in the 1970s. The watches were initially produced on demand for other brands. This was because Squale was one of the very first manufacturers of water-resistant cases in the world. Squale has always been a pioneer of the industry and has maintained its attention to constant progression. Over the years, the 1545 watches have been manufactured with a huge variety of styles, sizes and finishes. However, they have never lost their characteristic style. Heritage is very important to Squale. The brand often looks to its vintage designs for inspiration. The new 1545 watches are immediately captivating as they are inspired by the original 1970s models. The watches have been redesigned for the modern age with a focus on hints of intense colour and attention to the smallest details.
The New Models
The Grey Dial
This model exhibits a clean and classic grey dial that is adorned with baton and dot indices. The dial also features hints of orange alongside silver hands and a date display. The most important features of the dial are highlighted using Old Radium Superluminova. This ensures that they can be read in the dark and underwater. Anti-reflective sapphire crystal protects the dial and its features. A grey ceramic bezel frames the dial and a stainless steel case surrounds it. This case measures 40mm in diameter to create a comfortable fit on the wrist. Powered by an automatic movement, this timepiece has up to 36 hours of power reserve. This model is available in two strap options. The first is a stainless steel bracelet (1545GG.AC) and the alternative is a grey rubber strap (1545GG.HTG).
The White Dial
Touches of gold give this timepiece a feel of true luxury, whilst maintaining the essence of a precision tool watch. Both the dial and the bezel are adorned with these subtle gold details. This creates an elegant and cohesive design. The bold white dial is sure to stand out on the wrist. This eye-catching look is furthered by the addition of a white ceramic bezel. The white dial is detailed with C3 Superluminova hour markers and hands, ensuring that the time can be read in all light conditions. A stainless steel case safely houses the Sellita SW 200-1 automatic movement that powers this watch. This movement is precise and reliable, ensuring the wearer will never be left without time. This timepiece is available with either a classic stainless steel bracelet (1545WTWT.AC) or with a modern white rubber strap (1545WTWT.HTW).
The Black Dial
Black dial watches are often considered to be the safest option. However, Squale has subverted expectations by adding elegant Côtes de Genève detailing to the dial of this model. The stunning dial is adorned with C1 Superluminova hands and indices alongside a date display. The dial is protected by anti-reflective sapphire glass and framed by a black ceramic bezel. The precise automatic movement that powers this watch is encased by a stainless steel case that measures 40mm in diameter. This case size will be comfortable and flattering to wear on the wrist. This model can be finished with two strap options, allowing the wearer to choose based on their personal style. The first option is a comfortable black rubber strap (1545BKBKC.HT) and the second is a traditional stainless steel bracelet (1545BKBKC.AC).
What do you think of Squale’s announcement of the new 1545 watches? Which of the designs would you add to your collection? Let us know in the comments below!