IRONCLAD 40

Axios Watches is proud to introduce the Ironclad - A modern reinvention of an iconic classic.

The Ironclad maintains the definitive dive watch silhouette and is infused with our own design ideas – resulting in a watch that is reminiscent of the past, but wears its own character. The collection is named after the Ironclad battleships which first arrived in 1859 and quickly rose to become the dominant warship of that era.

With a case size of 40mm, ceramic bezel and newly introduced 3.0 micron scratch resistant coating, the Ironclad is as versatile as it is robust. A brilliant sunburst dial with high-polished applied indexes and generous C3 X1 lume ensure that the Ironclad commands tremendous wrist presence.

The Ironclad is powered by the workhorse Swiss Sellita SW200-1 Automatic movement, which guarantees performance even under the most challenging conditions.

Swiss Sellita SW200-1


At the heart of the Ironclad lies the Sellita SW200-1, a workhorse Swiss Automatic Movement. The SW200 is self-winding with an oscillating weight providing a 38-hour power reserve. The balance runs at 28,800 vibrations per hour (VPH) and the movement hacks, comprising 26-jeweled bearings.

    • Swiss Made
    • Automatic
    • 26 jewels
    • Hacking
    • 38-hour power reserve
    • 28,800 VPH

Bezel & Case


The Ironclad case is made of 316L stainless steel. The finishing on the case is brushed and with high polish on the sides. The case and bracelet come fully-coated with a 3.0 micron scratch-resistant coating.

The 120-click unidirectional bezel is made of ceramic offering higher scratch resistance, strength and superior longevity.  

    • Case Diameter: 40mm
    • Case Thickness: 13mm (13.8mm with dome crystal)
    • Lug Width: 20mm

Dive Features


Built principally as a dive watch, the Ironclad comes with essential diving features such as Dive Time, Unidirectional Bezel and a Depth Rating of up to 50 ATM or 500 metres.

A generous and uniform coat of Swiss Super-LumiNova C3 X1 pigments are applied on the Ironclad’s dial markings and hands with BGW9 on the dotted minute markers of the bezel.