WATER RESISTANT STANDARDS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL
The differences between ISO 22810 and ISO 6425 are “staggering." - Gear Patrol
|ISO 6425 (SEAHOLM®)
|ISO 22810 (Watch Industry)
|125% of depth rating
|100% of depth rating
|Tested for 2 hours
|Tested for 10 minutes
|Resistance to a Magnetic Field
|Resistance to Shock
|Resistance to Salt Water
|Reliability Under Water
|Resistance to External Force
|Resistance to Thermal Shock
|Pre and Post Depth Testing
|Legible at a distance in the dark
We began developing our line of watches in 2013. Integral to the design process was the structural viability and durability of our watches. Standards set forth by International Organization for Standardization (ISO) with regards to anti-magnetism, water resistance and shock resistance were the starting point for our development process. Our goal was to produce automatic watches that could endure the experiences of an active, outdoor-oriented lifestyle. We found that the requirements of the ISO standards were not sufficient enough to support our goals. The SEAHOLM White Paper highlights the ISO standards and the mechanical development and testing of Seaholm automatic watches compared to those standards.
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THE SEAHOLM® COLLECTION
Austin Based, Swiss Made
Founded in Austin, built in Switzerland, every SEAHOLM automatic watch meets the exacting quality standards mandated by Swiss Law.
Our technology not only prevents damage to your watch but also improves accuracy on the wrist.
3 yr warranty • 5 yr service
We stand behind what we sell. We warranty the whole watch. . . not just the movement. And your service at 5 years is free.
Buy Once, Buy for life
Always worn, never worn out. We don't believe in planned obsolescence. What you buy makes an impact!
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