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Whytes Deep Dive Automatic Diver Watches

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?
Discovered on 2018-06-14

Wear a watch that is practically indestructible with the Whytes Deep Dive Automatic Diver Watches. Designed to survive modern life, these timepieces are both elegant and tough. The collection features three watches: The Tautog, The Plongeur, and The Oberon. Each watch comes with an automatic movement that never runs out of power. Additionally, you can choose between Swiss Sellita SW200 and Japanese Miyota 9015 movement. The watch faces reflect the colors of the sea and offer high visibility in various conditions, including underwater. In fact, the Deep Dive watches can withstand 100ATM water pressure and has been depth tested to 1000 meters. Moreover, each watch features a helium escape valve that operates automatically during decompression. Simply push the valve crown back in after diving, and you’re good to go again. The watches also use scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass. Designed in Canada, these watches are ideal for professional divers.

Overview
Overview & Specs
Movement Options :
Japanese, Swiss
Diameter :
40mm
Strap :
Stainless Steel
Glass :
Sapphire Crystal
Water Resistance :
100ATM
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