South Korea’s WHATAWATCHES teams up with professional dive watch company, Squale, to launch Squale Subino 3920 Corso Italiano. It’s WHATWATCHES second collaborative model with Squale, available exclusively at WHATAWATCHES, online and in store.

WHATAWATCHES is a charming corner watch shop located in Seoul, South Korea with a passion for selling quality mechanical watches and ambitions to deliver a timepiece of its own. After several Baselworld meetings with Swiss watchmaker Squale, it became apparent that Squale was the right company to partner with.

Squale is no stranger to dive watches. The brand was formed in the 1950s by husband-and-wife duo Charles and Hélène von Büren. Squale began producing professional dive watches at a time when there was a real need for durable design. With more than 60 years of experience in watchmaking, Squale continues to deliver quality and reliability with Swiss precision watchmaking.

WHATAWATCHES not only distributes Squale watches, but now announces its second collaboration with the brand. The new Squale Subino 3920 Corso Italiano combines Squale’s diver technology with dress watch aesthetics for a more sophisticated look.

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The collection pays homage to Squale’s past, evoking a model produced by Squale in the late 1950s. The Subino 3920 Corso embodies similar attributes to the timepieces featured in Sub-39 series. The 39mm case is constructed out of 316L stainless steel and features a uni-directional bezel with 120 clicks. The protective crystal is sapphire, double-domed with anti-reflective coating. Moreover, the Subino 3920 offers serious water resistance, up to 300 meters / 30 ATM, as is custom with the Sub-39 series.

The Subino 3920 dial is matte black and features Super-LumiNova old radium on the hour markers, as is also custom with other Sub-39 timepieces. The hands are steel and too are coated in Super-LumiNova. What differentiates it from Squale’s other Subs is no date function. WHATAWATCHES wanted to maintain symmetry in the dial. The timepiece is powered by ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, which has a power reserve of 38 hours and is the first and last ETA project in the Squale Subino line-up.

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Unlike Squale’s Subino 39 series, the Subino 3920 Corso has 20mm wide Lugs width and 47.50mm long lug-to-lug width, with beautiful and elaborate proportions that better match smart attire, such as a suit. The design changes are meant to make the enjoyment of strap-changing easier.

WHATAWATCHES Squale 3920 Corso Italiano comes teamed with a durable and comfortable wearing handcrafted Horween shell cordovan strap in matte black, which is also water resistant. It features an "ACIER" diver buckle, used in diver-watches in the 1960s. The watch also comes with an optional handcrafted Nato strap in Sahara color.

WHATAWATCHES provides portable cases in luxurious wood, produced by a Toyooka craftsman from Japan, who uses the lower part of the Hinkoni tree and black paint finishing.

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As part of its Christmas promotion, WHATAWATCHCES is generously gifting Watchuseek customers its "Butler" watch stand and Swiss-made Bergoen spring bar remover tool, free with every purchase.

The collaborative timepiece from WHATAWATCHES and Squale is the perfect wrist companion for vintage watch enthusiasts who appreciate historical significance. It’s limited to 500 pieces and available at $1,599.

Take advantage of WHATAWATCHES promotion and visit SQUALE SUB-3920 CORSO ITALIANO today.