Galea is the Latin word for helmet: initially the term indicated only the leather helmet, thereafter also the metal one. The helmet is probably one of the most distinguishable elements of any period or any army. Throughout the Roman period there have been many styles ranging from the Greek Corinthian and Attic styles to the late Roman Itercisa. Each one of these styles were designed for a unique purpose and each one made with very different materials and elements. Now, Fondale has its own helmet.
- Functions hh:mm:ss
- Movement 2824.2
- Body titanium. Micropeened surface finish (options: black PVD or glossy)
- Size 47 mm
- Strap 24 mm
- Crystal 5 mm-thick sapphire
- Water-proof pressure and water resistant up to 1000 m. The tightness on crown is ensured by 2 O-rings on the shaft and 1 o-ring on the body
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