The Nera watch originates from a declassified undisclosed abandoned Tornek-Rayville homage project gone rogue. The Tornek Rayville TR-900 diver’s watch from the 60’s is one of the rarest diver’s watch ever made.
It was made for the US Navy’s Experimental Diving Unit, a unit that would later become known as the Navy SEAL’s. Only around 1,000 pieces were made, and most were subsequently destroyed because the watch was using a radioactive element. Only 30 or less are still existing today.
Peren Watches has designed a tribute to the legendary dive watch. Despite the TR-900 homage watch overhaul, the result is a distinctive hand built Swiss watch with unique features. The fluted conical rotating bezel is a singularity in the watchmaking industry offering supreme grip and maneuverability while the automatic, in-house regulated movement provides reliability in extreme conditions and up to 200m/660ft under water.
Every Peren Watch is manually assembled in Switzerland by high skilled craftsmen using first class material.
Lug to Lug: 48.80mm
Case: Three tone 316L Stainless Steel, hand polished
Bezel: Black PVD, conical, knurling by hand
Functions: Rotating unidirectional 120 clicks
Crown: Screw-down, embossed logo
Movement: Swiss Automatic Sellita SW200, in-house regulated
Power reserve: 38 Hours
Crystal: Scratchproof Sapphire, 3 AR layer coating
Dial: Metal, embossed indexes, Date, Nera blue
Hands: Brass, white, diamond cut
Lume: BGW9 Swiss Super-LumiNova®, dial/hands/case
Strap: NATO Leather/Nylon, Steel bracelet, leather
Water resistance: 200m/660ft
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