In 2012, German watch manufacturer Sinn released two new dive watches with cases made of titanium (instead of the heavier “submarine steel” the brand normally uses for its dive watches, such as the U1, U2, and U1000): the 1,000-meter water-resistant T1, with a 45-mm diameter; and the 4-mm smaller but twice as water-resistant T2 (also known as EZM 14 and 15, respectively).
Just recently, Sinn announced blue-dial versions of both (T1 B and T2 B), which are similar to previously released models U200 B and U1000 B. Both watches are powered by a Soprod A10-2 movement, with a black date disk, and are available with a titanium bracelet, a blue NATO strap, or a blue rubber strap with Sinn’s massive folding clasp (which is the reason why the rubber-strap option is more expensive than the titanium bracelet option, in case you were wondering).
Whilst visiting Sinn’s new boutique in Frankfurt, we at diveintowatches.com did, of course, take the opportunity to snap some close-up photos of what are most likely the first of these watches to go on display.
Here they are:
The 41-mm T1 B next to the 45-mm T2 B
The matte-blue electroplated dial and the Ar-Dehumidifying capsule at 6 o’clock
The smaller Sinn T2 B also features an Ar-Dehumidifying capsule but integrated into the case; the titanium bezel is tegimented.