Tag: 300 m


Deep Blue Daynight T-100 Tritium Flat Tubes Diver Swiss

The new Deep Blue Daynight T-100 Tritium Flat Tubes is not particularly handsome in broad daylight, but it shines like a Christmas tree in total darkness. What more would you like from an affordable diving tool that is also rugged enough to withstand some real abuse serving as a daily beater for a person who prefers active lifestyle to a miserable life of a couch potato?


Citizen Eco-Drive Signature Perpetual Calendar Diving Watch Japanese

The recently introduced Citizen Eco-Drive Signature Perpetual Calendar (ref. BL1258-53L) has immediately sparked controversy among enthusiasts and bloggers alike. The reason for the universal brouhaha was the decoration of the unidirectional rotating bezel that looked like it was blatantly ripped-off the 2009 TAG Heuer Aquaracer 500M Calibre 5 diver that went on sale two years prior the introduction of this model.


Corum Admiral’s Cup Seafender 46 Chrono Dive (ref. 753.451.04-0371 AN22) Swiss

The 2011 Corum Admiral's Cup Seafender 46 Chrono Dive (ref. 753.451.04-0371 AN22) offers a COSC-certified chronometer movement in a signature dodecagonal rugged case good for depths down to 300 meters. Although using such an expensive "tool" for routine diving probably wouldn't be a good idea, it still looks like a great accessory for a person interested in something deliberately 'masculine.'


Muehle Glashuette Marinus GMT German

Officially presented at Baselworld 2011 show -an industry even that is, unlike the revered SIHH, isn't reserved exclusively to Swiss-based manufacturers and allows international brands to show their most outstanding timekeepers to a lot wider audience-, the new Mühle Glashütte Marinus GMT (ref. M1-28-53-KB) diver offers the right combination of useful water resistance rating of 30 ATM together with a 24-hour second time zone indication courtesy of a Swiss-made automatic movement. All of that at an affordable price.


Tissot Seastar 1000 Automatic Chronograph Diver Swiss

Tissot ones again updates its family of diving companions with a new Seastar 1000 automatic chronograph. Although some find the choice of a cheaper chronograph caliber that animates the piece not particularly inspiring (after all, what's the longevity of movement is usually the main reason behind buying a mechanical watch,) the gadget still deserves at least some attention thanks to its powerful exterior and relatively low price.


Glycine Lagunare L1000 Automatic Diver (Ref. 3899.18-D9) Swiss

The 2011 Lagunare L1000 (Ref. 3899.18-D9) comes at a fairly affordable price and combines robust design and high build quality with an exterior that many potential customers may find elegant: an important thing in the world where most diving timekeepers spend most of their lives under an impeccably white shirt cuff of an office worker. According to Glycine, the diving tool will be available with three versions of the dial: black, white and blue (which, by the way, looks more like turquoise to me.)



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