Baselworld 2018: S.U.F Helsinki Vetehinen (green dial)

Finnish watchmaker Stepan Sarpaneva is known for his high-quality wristwatches. The most recent novelty of the year was the S.U.F Helsinki Vetehinen -diver watch, which we wrote earlier. The limited edition (26 pieces per color) published in four different colors was a commercial success. In addition to a limited edition batches, Mr. Sarpaneva produced individual pieces with different color dials, which also went to hot stones.

Under Baselworld, Sarpaneva had a good news, as Vetehinen gets a new 26 pieces in a stunning green tone. We got to know the novelty quickly at Zürich Airport and I almost dare to claim that this is the most successful version of the Vetehinen series. The chosen green tone varies according to light and makes Vetehinen the actual style tag, so it is versatile in different styles.

S.U.F Helsinki Vetehinen (green dial)

S.U.F Helsinki Vetehinen is a beautiful and versatile wristwatch for many style combinations.
S.U.F Helsinki Vetehinen is a beautiful and versatile wristwatch for many style combinations.

The new Vetehinen is on show in Baselworld and will be seen later in the spring at The Watch Show Finland. S.U.F Helsinki watches are sold by Sarpaneva in addition to selected dealers.

In a Nutshell

  • Movement: Eterna 3901A
  • Frequency: 28 800
  • Power reserve: 65 hours
  • Case material: stainless steel
  • Diameter: 42 mm
  • Thickness: 13 mm
  • Glass: sapphire (anti-reflective coating inside)
  • Water resistance: 300 m (30 bar)
  • Lug width: 20 mm
  • Strap/Bracelet: several options
Matti Airaksinenhttp://stylefellow.com
Stylefellow's co-founder and publisher Matti is also a founder and editor-in-chief of Tyyliniekka which is the most popular menstyle and watch online magazine in Finland. Matti is also a serial entrepreneur and internationally awarded member and senator in Junior Chamber International.

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