Unimatic Has Released its First Chronograph, and It’s Dope

Unimatic continues making awesome, minimalist tool watches with the introduction of their first chronograph, the Modello Tre.


Unimatic is an Italian brand making awesome limited-run, minimalist tool watches. Until now, these watches have been time-only or time-and-date, but that all changes this week with the introduction of the Modello Tre.

The Modello Tre (models U3-A in steel and U3-A/N in black DLC) is a chronograph diver rated to 300m of water resistance. It features a dual-register dial layout with cream-colored Super Luminova lume and a matching pearl on an otherwise sterile black aluminum bezel insert and “gilt” seconds track for a vintage-inspired look. A double-domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal rounds out the beautiful dial with modern tech.

The case itself is stainless steel (or black DLC-coated steel) with a screw-down, 2mm-thick case back with individual serial number and 8mm crown. The pushers are 5.5mm screw-down models with high-quality gaskets, making this a true diving chrono. The movement utilized is a VK64 meca-quartz running at 32.7k with a 3-year battery life. Despite its quartz heart, the VK64 seconds hand runs in 1/5th-second intervals, making it appear to sweep like a mechanical hand.

Shipping with the watch is a 22mm black Horween Cordovan Shell two-piece strap as well as a black, v-shaped Unimatic nato with brushed stainless steel buckle. Each model (steel and DLC) has been produced in a series of 600 and comes with a 24-month worldwide warranty. Price on the steel version is ~$599 and ~$713 for DLC.

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