U-Boat watches are uncommon among luxury timepieces in that they’re entirely designed and constructed in Italy; a strong contrast to the dominance of the Swiss in this field. Do not be fooled, however; those are durable, rocky timepieces that contain ceramic, ceramic, carbon fiber, titanium and stainless steel cases, sapphire crystal and well-built mechanical motions. Water resistance is up to 300 meters on some models, so these are likely to be more durable, long-lasting wristwatches which should endure for many decades with appropriate care.The moves in U boat watches limited edition 1001 Replica watches are automatic mechanical, which are well made and highly trustworthy. You’ll need to wear them frequently to keep them functioning properly, but otherwise, they should work nicely for years. These are Italian made, just like the rest of the watch.Most of this invention found in U-Boat watches comes in the design, which is certainly unusual. All of their watches feature oversize faces and cases, and several of their models have the crown on the left side of the watch. That’s great if you’re left handed, but maybe a bit inconvenient otherwise. Their face layouts are somewhat unusual, with some of their versions displaying some numbers but not all, and others showing no numbers at all. Chronograph models may have inset dials or they might use gauges instead.
Watch brands Ball and U-Boat have signed up to exhibit at Ireland’s premier trade show in both Dublin and Belfast.
The brands join the line-up of exhibitors at the Ireland Jewellery Showcase in October. The show is now in its sixth year and splits the show across four days, two each held in Dublin and Belfast.
This year the exhibition, which brings together parties involved in wholesale, manufacturers, services and technology, has also gained the support of the Retail Jewellers of Ireland organisation.
Other exhibitors already announced include CW Sellors Fine Jewellery, Absolute Jewellery, Brown & Newirth, Hanalex, Lesley Donna, Pursuit, TH March, Killarny Crystal, Sarah McAleer, Kate Hamilton-Hunter, Charles Green, Hockley Mint, Cameo Italiano, THJ Manufacturing Co. and GIJS Insurance.
Ireland Jewellery Showcase takes place at the Hilton Hotel, Dublin, on October 6-7 and the Europa Hotel, Belfast, on October 9-10.