In the‘60’s, humanity started to push the boundaries of exploration to new depths. Whether these limits are in space or deep sea, men and women found themselves in the harshest environments our species had ever faced. Survival relied on precise and robust equipment, which would follow its user to the edge.
The diving watch became one of those tools. Capable of withstanding extreme pressures while maintaining millimeter precision, every aspect was designed to keep the user safe in all circumstances. Relentless reliability and high visibility became the rule.
The dive watch was therefore developed to exceed its timekeeping mission. It evolved into a tool capable of providing the critical information needed to accomplish tasks no matter the environment.