In conjunction with last week’s debut release of the Altair, we’re pleased to introduced the second addition to the TriStar collection: the Deneb. It also gets its name from the “Summer Triangle” along with the Altair. As mentioned, the summer triangle is visible in late autumn and showcases three bright stars that all come from separate constellations.
Whereas the Altair had a more classic flair, the Deneb has a little bit of both. How? Because there are actually three dial variations for this collection: bar index and Roman Numerals. However, what they all have in common are the rich gold accents across the dial, from the indices themselves to the thin fence post hands and TriStar logo. In terms of functionality, the Deneb features a nifty day and date window at the three o’clock position.
The Deneb measures at just 39mm across and 11.2mm thick. The fully polished case features a similar cushion shape to the Altair. The bracelet however consists of alternating brushed and polished finishes. The watch is powered by the fully automatic F4902 Orient caliber, a nod to the TriStar’s rich half century that spans nearly half a century.
As our largest collection to date, the Deneb collection runs the gamut color-wise, across 16 individual colorways in gold tone and stainless steel, along with seven different dial colors.