Month: November 2010

Four New Diving Watches Challenge The Limit

The depth of water that can be reached from the previous diving watch is mostly the depth that the diver can really reach. Today’s diving watches are more challenging to the limit of technology and can withstand the water pressure that even human beings cannot withstand. We all like the adventurous spirit of watch factory. Moreover, who knows the depths that cannot be explored today, will someone be able to break through tomorrow?

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Caliber 16 Automatic Chronograph

Except for the date, the dial of this Aquaracer Caliber 16 includes hands and scales, which are basically black. Its unidirectional rotating outer ring and strap are made of black vulcanized rubber, and the watch body is tightly wrapped in black with PVD. The whole looks very uniform and harmonious. The dial at 6 o’clock tells you that Caliber 16 is in the body of black gold steel. This automatic watch movement provides 12 hours and date functions. Water-resistant to 500 meters.

Blancpain 500 噚

Blancpain’s 50mm and 500mm are legends of diving watches. This limited edition of 500, the hour scale circle on the dial is mixed with bamboo and black and gray, creating a visual impression like a propeller. The propeller-shaped automatic rotor with transparent caseback is more vivid. The C5215 is an advanced automatic watch movement that only appeared in 2009. It has 3 chain drums and supports up to 5 days of storage.

Oris Carlos Coste-Cenote Limited Edition

For freehand deep dive masters like Carlos Coste, the scoring scale of the chronograph is the most important information. Don’t look at the small minute hand on the 30-minute accumulator when it has not deviated from the 12 o’clock position when it is not started. Think that it is a mechanical failure and that the factory intentionally shifted the starting point to the right. To ensure that everyone is not mistaken, a curved scale of 1 to 10 is placed on the periphery. The 2 and 7 minute points on the cumulative score are indicated by triangles.

Hublot King Power Diver 4000

宇 This Hublot watch with sandblasted and brushed titanium body can withstand water pressure of 4,000 meters, which is a depth impossible for scuba diving. Its screw-in crown and the crown that controls the rotating inner ring are both highly protected. The hands and scales are coated with a thick layer of fluorescent material to be seen clearly in the dark sea. HUB 1401 is the mechanical heart of King Power Diver 4000 heavy armor, 23 stone, with 42 hours storage.