If you belong to watch forums or follow boutique watch companies, you have undoubtedly heard of Boschett and their Harpoon model. Released in 2012, Boschett quickly sold out of the 100-production run, and dive watch fans have been waiting impatiently for the second batch. Well, finally the wait is over!
Boschett has two new versions of the Boschett Harpoon, a black dial and a white lume dial. Besides the lume dial version, the only other change to this rugged dive watch is the movement. Original versions used the ETA 2824 automatic movement, and the newly released Harpoons use the Miyota 9015 automatic movement. This isn’t a bad thing, because along with the movement change, came a significant price drop. Let’s move into the review, and show why so many love the Harpoon.
*Note: Boschett will be releasing only a few Harpoon models at the end of April. They are currently up for preorder on the Boschett Website, and estimated to be delivered in the first week of May. *
Movement = Miyota 9015
Solid end link bracelet with screws
316L surgical grade SS
Superluminova treated hands and markers
1000m water resistant
Automatic helium release valve
4.34mm thick AR coated sapphire crystal
Screw-down crown and case back
Includes 3 bezels – two SS and one ceramic insert
Dimensions: Case – 45mm w/o crown (9-3) 47mm (10-4), Height – 15.5mm, Lug width – 24mm, Lug-to-Lug