Using Bronze as a material for watch cases is not just a trend, as the alloy developes a patina over time, caused by various environmental factors, that makes each watch unique and individual. STEINHART's Triton 30 ATM Bronze "Last Edition" combines Bronze with individual, DLC-coated components in order to create a high-contrast eye-catcher for your wrist. In addition to the unidirectional rotating diver's bezel, the see-through case back , through which one can see the Swiss automatic caliber Soprod A10-2 TOP perform its duties, is also blackened by means of DLC-coating. In conjunction with the gilt hands and indices atop the deep black dial the result is a unique look, whose mesmerizing effect lets one almost forget to read the time when looking at it. But the STEINHART Triton 30 ATM Bronze "Last Edition" has not only earned many friends on the basis of its appearance, but also due to its extremely robust construction and water resistance to 30 atmospheres as well as the scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with double antireflective coating on its inside. Features, that don't let this diver shy away from any adventure, no matter how tough. Last but not least, this model ends a 10-year era in which the long-standing case successfully came to use in many different versions. But precisely because the era Triton is far from being ended with the "Last Edition", but rather heralds the beginning of a new era, this model is something very special, a milestone that should be a part of every serious collector's box.