Some news from EMG Watches, with a new release, a special deal on their diver – and another production run of their most popular watch.

DL63 Mechanical Chronograph

We reviewed the EMG DL63 mechanical chronograph back in 2017 and are very excited that it is making a comeback for 2021, The brand has tweaked the design slightly for this new version and along with the classic white panda it will be available in two new colours: all black and blue reverse panda.

The new versions will come with German-made Fluco hunter rally straps, in tobacco brown with white or black stitch. Production is currently underway so the pre-order period will be relatively short. Pre-orders will open soon, so sign up for the EMG newsletter for more details.

EMG Nemo Diver

There is currently a deal on the Nemo automatic diver, Priced at $325 + shipping ($125 off the regular selling price) these really are a bargain. We particularly liked the sleek case design in our EMG Nemo Diver review. Inside is a quality Miyota 90S5 automatic movement, and the matte ceramic bezel looks superb in the dark thanks to its C3 Superluminova. We can’t mention the Nemo without talking about its superb beads of rice bracelet either. There are only a handful left so don’t miss out – you can find out more at the EMG website.

Odyssey Dual Crown GMT

Finally, EMG is finally ready to release its GMT watch. Long-term readers will remember we trailed the EMG Odyssey back in March 2018. Well, now it is finally on its way! Prototypes are made, and the watch will launch later in 2020.

EMG Odyssey

The Odyssey features an inner rotating 24hr bezel with date indicator at the 6 o’clock position and is powered by the Sellita SW-330 automatic GMT movement.

EMG Odyssey Specifications

  • 40.5 mm diameter
  • 48mm length
  • 13.2mm thickness
  • 20mm lug width
  • Domed sapphire crystal
  • Twin screw-down crowns
  • 200m WR
  • solid link bracelet
  • BGW9 luminova

Once again, you can find out more about the Odyssey dual crown GMT watch at the brand’s website.

Author: Mike Richmond

Mike spends what little spare time he has writing for WRUK; and what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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