De Bethune is particularly proud and pleased to learn that the two watches presented for the Grand Prix de l'Horlogerie de Genève 2019, have been confirmed for the official preselection of the jury and will attend the event next November.

The yellow tones of the DB28 in the male category

A master in the art of thermal oxidation of metals, De Bethune continues to explore all the shades and nuances obtainable from steel and titanium through chemical reactions induced by heat. To create its fiery yellow, De Bethune applies its famous gentle oxidation technique of Grade 5 titanium to naturally dye its surface. This ritual evokes a truly rare, unique, uniform and extraordinary flame yellow color.  

Il DB28 impresses with the Maison's latest innovations, where the patented spherical moon phase, located at 6 o'clock, is made of steel and palladium and is extremely precise.

Aerodynamics, optimized efficiency, reliability, regulation quality, thermo-compensation, anti-magnetism.

The DB28GS Grand Bleu in the Diver category

De Bethune presents its first 100% sports watch. A diver who opens a new chapter, designed and built for active life by cultivating the elegant De Bethune look.  

A new caliber, with the "Triple Pare-Chute", The water resistance now extended to 100 meters, the excellent readability even in low light conditions thanks to the ingenious lighting inside the movement, a completely new bezel that now rotates together with the crystal to give the time to diving, a titanium case for lightness and a rubber strap for practicality. Finally, this watch has a power reserve of 5 days.

Pierre Jacques, CEO di De BethuneSaid: “We are very pleased and proud to learn that our two watches have been officially preselected by the jury, to which we are very grateful. These two models testify to the great creative vitality of the brand. With these two watches, our founder and master watchmaker Denis Flageollet explores new territories: a magnificent new shade of fire blonde for titanium, new technical innovations and a first sports watch designed for diving. All of us at De Bethune have the privilege of sharing a refreshing and vibrant dynamic that manifests itself through our fine watchmaking art. Our capacity for innovation is stronger than ever. "