Offering a spare, modern look, it has a mysterious mother-of-pearl face with an inner silver circle of small minute indexes and blue hands (though no seconds hand). Every water-resistant Concord watch is pressure-tested at least twice, and this Delirium offers resistance to 30 meters (99 feet)--enabling it to withstand splashes and accidental dunks into the water, but not suitable for swimming. Other features include a precise Swiss quartz movement and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
About Concord Watches
Since its founding in Bienne, Switzerland, in 1908, Concord Watches has been creating timepieces of exceptional beauty and craftsmanship and movements that permit a wide range of case design. When the Concord Delirium watch was first introduced in 1979, it made headlines as the world's flattest analog watch--total thickness, 1.98mm. A year later, the Concord Delirium IV broke the 1mm barrier, and Concord's world record in thinness and watch technology stands today. The Saratoga sports luxury watch collection, unveiled in 1986 and a continuous icon of the Concord brand, features a patented latch crown protector and a distinctive eight-sided bezel.