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* The AquaSport GMT expands Circula's popular dive watch collection with a robust GMT model that combines refreshing design with high-quality specification and finishing. The attractive dial with generous amounts of lume and colour displays a refreshing take on the classic dive watch aesthetic and the carefully hand-brushed stainless-steel case and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal makes the the AquaSport GMT and excellent value proposition watch. As an “Office” GMT, it enables the display of three different time zones and has the advantage that the GMT-hand and the date can be set quickly.


* Housing a "Top Grade" Sellita SW-330-2 automatic movement with 56-hour power reserve and fitted to a beads of rice steel bracelet.

Movement: Automatic with date and GMT Function

Case DImensions: 40mm x 12.6mm x 46mm, Stainless Steel

Dial: Aqua Blue with Luminous Hands, Indices and Bezel Numerals

Glass: Convex Sapphire Crystal

Strap: 20mm, Beads of Rice Bracelet on Fold Clasp

Water Resistance: 20 ATM

Reference: AG-ST-BB+SB-A

The history of Circula began in 1955 with Heinz Huber in Pforzheim, Germany - the watchmaking heart of the Black Forest. The watch tradition of the Huber family dates back to 1926. At that time, the family founded the jewellery and watch wholesaler Huber & Co. In the 1950s, Heinz Huber decided that he no longer wanted to only trade watches and jewellery, but also to design and manufacture watches of his own. He realised this plan in 1955 and founded the watch brand Circula, which he named after the circulation of the balance wheel in mechanical watch movements.

Today, 66 years later and now run by Cornelius Huber, the grandson of founder Heinz Huber, Circula are producing high-quality watches in the third generation, making it one of the oldest family owned watch microbrands in the world.

Circula still design, develop and assemble all watches in Pforzheim, Germany.