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Nivada Grenchen F77 Black Date
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  • Reference 69000A77
  • Brand Nivada Grenchen
  • Watch movement Automatic
  • Material Stainless steel
  • Case diameter 37mm
  • Case shape Other
  • Functions Analog (time indication), Date
  • Water resistance 100m = waterproof (water sports)
  • Strap Size 16mm
  • Case height 12.6mm
  • Dial Markers Mixed
  • Color Watch Dial Black
  • Watch strap Stainless Steel
  • Crystal Sapphire
  • Strap Buckle Folding clasp
  • Power reserve 38 h
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EUR 945 (excl. VAT) EUR 1,050
Nivada Grenchen is initiating a true democratic shift with the launch of the F77. In a time when 'sport chic' steel watches with integrated bracelets are either on lengthy waiting lists or achieving record-breaking prices at auctions, the F77 stands out as a Swiss Made reissue of a 1977 classic, showcasing an unwavering commitment to design and finishing quality. Boasting a distinctive basket weave dial, fully integrated steel bracelet, and an octagonal bezel, the slender and elegant F77 encapsulates the characteristic appearance of 1970s sport watches. As a highly sought-after vintage piece, the F77 from Nivada Grenchen is exceptionally rare, nearly impossible to come by. Its design ingeniously plays with contrasting shapes, featuring a round dial encircled by an octagonal bezel resting on a circular edge, capturing all the aesthetic cues and codes of its era. The F77 is equipped with the Swiss-made Soprod P024 automatic wind movement, adhering to Nivada's commitment to authenticity and quality standards, all crafted in Switzerland. With a water resistance of 100m (10 ATM) and a screw-down crown, the F77 ensures readiness for any environment, be it liquid or solid. While marble shatters and iron bends, the enduring affection for steel watches remains unyielding. Arguably the most popular metal for wristwatches today, the reintroduction of the F77 by Nivada Grenchen marks a significant chapter in its unfolding history, perhaps one of the most impactful yet.