DS Action Lady Diamonds Quartz, Silver, 316L stainless steel, 33.8mm
Reference: C032.051.22.036.00

GBP 545.-
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The DS Action Lady is more than just a thing of beauty. Its Precidrive™ quartz calibre has been certified as a chronometer by the prestigious COSC testing institute. And as if that weren't enough, the watch is also water-resistant up to 20 bar. Make no mistake, there's more to this Lady than meets the eye.

Technical specifications

Reference
C032.051.22.036.00
Warranty
3-year warranty
Weight net
96.00g
Color
Silver
Material
Diamond(s)
Type
Quartz
Model
F06.411
Features
Quartz
PrecidriveTM
End of life
Chronometer
ETA
Swiss Made
Material
PVD coating
316L stainless steel
Buckle material
316L stainless steel
Reference
C032.051.22.036.00
Warranty
3-year warranty
Weight net
96.00g
Case material
316L stainless steel
Bezel material
PVD coating
316L stainless steel
Glass
Antireflection treatment on one side
Sapphire crystal
Water resistance
Up to a pressure of 20 bar (200 m)
Diameter
33.80mm
Height
9.13mm
Between lugs
15.00mm
Color
Silver
Material
Diamond(s)
Type
Quartz
Model
F06.411
Features
Quartz
PrecidriveTM
End of life
Chronometer
ETA
Swiss Made
Material
PVD coating
316L stainless steel
Buckle material
316L stainless steel

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

PVD

PVD is the abbreviation for physical vapour deposition and refers to a modern coating method through which a material, for instance gold, can be transferred in a vaporised form, to a steel or titanium substrate. The result is as fine as it is durable. PVD is resistant, corrosion-resistant and very hard.

PVD

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

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

PVD

PVD is the abbreviation for physical vapour deposition and refers to a modern coating method through which a material, for instance gold, can be transferred in a vaporised form, to a steel or titanium substrate. The result is as fine as it is durable. PVD is resistant, corrosion-resistant and very hard.

PVD

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

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