Raven Trekker 39, V2 Ceramic

Raven Trekker 39mm
V2 - Date - Ceramic Bezel

Trekker dial with raised polished indices, black glossy finish, X1 Superluminova, 300 meters WR, polished hands, Miyota 9015 date movement, box sapphire crystal, flat jubilee bracelet, single sided screws to size links, glossy ceramic bezel fully lumed with X1 Superluminova. 

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Raven Trekker 39, V2 Ceramic

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J.L.
Looks better in the flesh

This watch has more wrist presence then I thought it would very well balanced love the deep black dail and matching ceramic bezel gives the watch a dressy sporty look liked so much I bought the gray and black model you hit a homerun Steve

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P.M.
Even better in person

This watch has to be seen and handled to be fully appreciated. The gloss dial, the outlined indices, the polished hands - there is so much visual interest in the dial, which seems to be slightly better proportioned in this smaller size. I purchased this to replace my beloved daily wearer which was stolen from me and I'm more than happy to have it on my wrist every day.

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N.M.
Better than expected

I had been looking for quite a while for a classic, black 39mm black dive watch when I found the Trekker. I ordered it on the pre-order and had to wait a while but it was worth the wait. It is a beautiful, solid watch with really nice attention to detail. The quality is excellent, lovely stainless steel case and the ceramic bezel finishes the face beautifully. I have only had it 24 hours but it literally hasn't lost a second from when I set it. Steve was excellent to deal with, always replying to my emails quickly. This is a watch I will enjoy wearing forever.

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A.K.
Raven nailed the sport/dive watch category.

I've been a big fan of Raven Watches ever since my first-generation Trekker. I still have that watch and wear it weekly. It has never failed and looks even better with some wear and tear on the case. The new Trekker 39 V2 is a brilliant evolution of the first watch, and it levels up the sophistication and refinement without losing its original utilitarian ethos. The downsized case (from 40 to 39) isn't just a tad smaller but also improved due to the smoother lugs and the shorter and smaller diameter crown. The ceramic bezel is gorgeous, ratchets with precision, and is a surprise at this price, frankly. I love the applied markers that echo the Tudor Pelagos without copying it. The tapered five-link bracelet is one of the best I've seen from a microbrand. The whole package should cost $1,200+, really. If you want only one watch to wear casually or with a suit, this is it.