DS PH200M Automatic, Mother of pearl, 316L stainless steel, 39mm
Reference: C036.207.18.126.00

CHF 925.-
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With a diameter of 39 mm, the renowned DS PH200M cuts an extremely fine figure on any wrist. Elegant mother of pearl, ceramic and diamonds are perfectly complemented by the favourite (non-)colour of fashionistas the world over, as well as a strap made from sustainable #tide ocean material®. Its ultra-modern automatic calibre and a water resistance of up to 200 metres ensure that this timepiece boasts both precision and power.

Variants

Technical specifications

Reference
C036.207.18.126.00
Warranty
2-year warranty
Weight net
74.00g
Color
Mother of pearl
Material
Diamond(s)
Mother of pearl
Type
Automatic
Model
POWERMATIC 80.611
Features
Automatic
80-hr power reserve
Nivachron
ETA
Swiss Made
Material
Quick-release system
Synthetic
Buckle material
316L stainless steel
Reference
C036.207.18.126.00
Warranty
2-year warranty
Weight net
74.00g
Case material
316L stainless steel
Bezel material
316L stainless steel
Ceramic
Super-LumiNova
Glass
Antireflection treatment on one side
Sapphire crystal
Water resistance
Up to a pressure of 20 bar (200 m)
Diameter
39.00mm
Height
11.90mm
Between lugs
18.00mm
Color
Mother of pearl
Material
Diamond(s)
Mother of pearl
Type
Automatic
Model
POWERMATIC 80.611
Features
Automatic
80-hr power reserve
Nivachron
ETA
Swiss Made
Material
Quick-release system
Synthetic
Buckle material
316L stainless steel
Well rounded watch - PH200M 39mm

A well-rounded watch

The slightly domed rotating bezel features scratch-resistant, glossy ceramic. It gives this exposed yet essential part of the watch a pleasant feel and an elegant look.

Mother Of Pearl - PH200M 39mm

Mother-of-pearl dial

Mother of pearl is the inner shell layer of certain molluscs, such as some mussels. As the material is very brittle, it has to be handled extremely carefully. The naturally developed nature of the material and its very individual shimmer and hue make each pearl dial totally unique - no one piece is quite like the next.

Materials

Stainless steel

The 316L stainless steel which Certina uses for cases, bracelets and clasps, for instance, is extremely resistant, corrosion-resistant and hypoallergenic. It contains only a very small proportion of nickel, which is not released when worn and therefore does not trigger any nickel allergies.

stainless steel

Ceramic

The ceramic used in watchmaking is hardened in a firing process at a temperature of more than 900°C. Certina's ceramic bezels, cabochons and strap elements not only look good – they are also scratch-resistant and hypoallergenic, and retain their intense colour and shine for a long time.

ceramic

Super-LumiNova®

Super-LumiNova® (SLN) is a luminescent material with phosphorescent properties. In the dark, the SLN type BG W9 used by Certina emits the light stored as a blue shimmer. SLN does not damage your health in any way and is used in coatings on hands, indices and bezels. It progressively loses its phosphorescence in darkness, but automatically regains it under light.

super-luminova

Diamonds

Considered to be the king of all gemstones, diamond is the hardest natural material in the world. The quality of diamond is classed according to the “four C's”: Cut: The more facets the stone has, the more intensely it reflects the light. Certina uses brilliants (full-cut diamonds) in its watch-cases and single-cut diamonds on dials. Colour: At first sight you might think that diamonds are white. Experts, however, can identify their subtle shades of colour. Certina uses Top Wesselton diamonds only. Clarity: Almost all diamonds have tiny flaws, called inclusions, which can be seen with a jeweller’s loupe. Certina uses stones in the highly desirable VSI – very small inclusions – class. Carat: The unit indicating the weight of a diamond. One carat is equivalent to 0.2g. Certina only uses diamonds which meet the requirements of the Kimberley Process, an international system for certifying raw diamonds. The system aims to stop the trade in smuggled diamonds (so-called “blood diamonds”).  

diamonds

Mother-of-pearl

This organic material, which Certina uses for particularly precious dials on women's watches, comes from the innermost layer of shell of some molluscs. Iridescent, shimmery mother-of-pearl is very brittle and must be processed with great care, which makes it even more valuable.

mother of pearl

Sapphire crystal

Sapphire watch crystal is made of aluminium oxide power (Al2O3) heated to over 2000°C. The resultant sapphire nugget is cut with great precision into fine slices, trimmed and polished. Sapphire is extremely scratch-resistant, shock-resistant and is very transparent. This is why sapphire crystal is an essential element in the DS Concept and is used by Certina in all of its models to protect the dials.

sapphire crystal

Stainless steel

The 316L stainless steel which Certina uses for cases, bracelets and clasps, for instance, is extremely resistant, corrosion-resistant and hypoallergenic. It contains only a very small proportion of nickel, which is not released when worn and therefore does not trigger any nickel allergies.

stainless steel

Ceramic

The ceramic used in watchmaking is hardened in a firing process at a temperature of more than 900°C. Certina's ceramic bezels, cabochons and strap elements not only look good – they are also scratch-resistant and hypoallergenic, and retain their intense colour and shine for a long time.

ceramic

Super-LumiNova®

Super-LumiNova® (SLN) is a luminescent material with phosphorescent properties. In the dark, the SLN type BG W9 used by Certina emits the light stored as a blue shimmer. SLN does not damage your health in any way and is used in coatings on hands, indices and bezels. It progressively loses its phosphorescence in darkness, but automatically regains it under light.

super-luminova

Diamonds

Considered to be the king of all gemstones, diamond is the hardest natural material in the world. The quality of diamond is classed according to the “four C's”: Cut: The more facets the stone has, the more intensely it reflects the light. Certina uses brilliants (full-cut diamonds) in its watch-cases and single-cut diamonds on dials. Colour: At first sight you might think that diamonds are white. Experts, however, can identify their subtle shades of colour. Certina uses Top Wesselton diamonds only. Clarity: Almost all diamonds have tiny flaws, called inclusions, which can be seen with a jeweller’s loupe. Certina uses stones in the highly desirable VSI – very small inclusions – class. Carat: The unit indicating the weight of a diamond. One carat is equivalent to 0.2g. Certina only uses diamonds which meet the requirements of the Kimberley Process, an international system for certifying raw diamonds. The system aims to stop the trade in smuggled diamonds (so-called “blood diamonds”).  

diamonds

Mother-of-pearl

This organic material, which Certina uses for particularly precious dials on women's watches, comes from the innermost layer of shell of some molluscs. Iridescent, shimmery mother-of-pearl is very brittle and must be processed with great care, which makes it even more valuable.

mother of pearl

Sapphire crystal

Sapphire watch crystal is made of aluminium oxide power (Al2O3) heated to over 2000°C. The resultant sapphire nugget is cut with great precision into fine slices, trimmed and polished. Sapphire is extremely scratch-resistant, shock-resistant and is very transparent. This is why sapphire crystal is an essential element in the DS Concept and is used by Certina in all of its models to protect the dials.

sapphire crystal