Rolex Submariner

The most known diver watch of all!

The Rolex Submariner, introduced in 1953, was the first watch to be water resistant up to 100 meters (330 feet). It was later strengthened by its patented triple seal trip lock winding crown, making it capable of withstanding depths of up to 300 meters (1,000 feet). The 40 mm Submariner is presented here in white gold with a blue Cerachrom disc.

Case: Oyster, 40mm 18k wht or yel gold

Movement: Mechanical

Dial: Blue

Bracelet: Oyster 18k

Reference: 116619LB

Blancpain Fifty Phatom

Created in the same year as the iconic Rolex Submariner, it’s still a favorite of thousands of divers and dive watch lovers.

The origin of this collection was a legendary watch. In 1953, Blancpain created the Fifty Fathoms, a diving watch for the frogmen of the French army. Worn by Jacques Cousteau himself, this timepiece took on iconic status. Today, Blancpain produces it as a family of watches water-resistant to a depth of as much as 1,000 m. This collection is the expression of Blancpain’s special relationship with the world of the sea.

Case: Stainless Steel

Movement: 1315

Dial: Black

Bracelet: Sailing canvas

Reference: 5015-1130-52

Ulysse Nardin Blue Seal (Maxi Marine Chronograph)

At the beginning of all action is a belief

In its over 150 years of history, Ulysse Nardin had been widely respected as a specialist in marine chronometers. Among the most reliable and accurate ever made, Ulysse Nardin’s marine chronometers are still sought by collectors around the world, and have seen service with the navies of some 50 countries.

Case: 18kt Rose Gold

Movement: Mechanical

Dial: Blue with seal pattern

Bracelet: Rubber with rose gold essentials

Reference: 356-68LE-3

Omega Seamaster


OMEGA has continually made significant contributions to the art of watchmaking since its founding in 1848. These include the calibre “Omega” introduced in 1894 and the “Marine” created in 1932. They range from the launch of the Speedmaster in 1957 to the Co-Axial calibres which took the horological industry by storm half a century later. While OMEGA has distinguished itself in a number of different professional areas, the brand has always remained true to the core identity it established more than 160 years ago: innovative watchmaker.

Case: Stainless steel

Movement: Mechanical Omega 8500

Dial: Black

Bracelet: Stainless steel mesh / rubber


Planet Ocean

Since 1932, when Omega presented the Marine – the world’s first watch designed for divers – Omega has been synonymous with the professional dive watch. And when the now legendary Seamaster range was launched back in 1948, it further confirmed Omega’s position among sailors and divers as the tough and reliable watch of choice.

An Omega watch has been the wrist of many an adventurer, right from the very early days of ocean exploration. William Beebe, the marine biologist and explorer for his record-breaking Bathysphere dives, wore an Omega Marine. So did Commander Yves Le Prieur, the inventor of Scuba. Jacques Cousteau famously wore an Omega Seamaster PloProf, and Jacques Mayol – the legendary freediver known as The Dolphin Man’ – also sported an Omega Seamaster on his record-setting dives.

Zixen Trimix Mechanik 1000M

Born from an inspiration to create the legendary beauty, hand crafted precision and nostalgic feel of the 60’s and 70’s.

Zixen Trimix Mechanik 1000M diver, engineered to handle 100 bar pressure rating. Optical grade 4.5mm thick special sapphire crystal is brilliantly clear designed to perform at extreme conditions. The all new Trimix Mechanik case is rated at 100 bar. Equipped with an automatic Helium release valve. Unidirectional rotating bezel with unique filled in luminous markers.

Case: Stainless Steel

Movement: ETA 6497

Dial: Orange

Bracelet: Stainless steel mesh

Reference: TMXMOR

Doxa SUB 4000T Sharkhunter

DOXA was founded in 1889 in the heart of one of Switzerland’s major and most inventive watch making areas, the canton (district) of Neuchatel’s Jura Mountains.

History: A star was born… The DOXA SUB 300T was born introducing two revolutionary innovations. The first feature was the unidirectional rotating bezel which integrated a no-decompression limit table to the watch. The official US Navy Air dive table for no-decompression dives was engraved on the bezel to assist divers in taking care of time and water depth during underwater excursions. Years later, other brands were inspired by this feature and decided to print extracts of the no-decompression limit table on the strap of their diver watches.

Case: Stainless steel

Movement: ETA 2897

Dial: Black

Bracelet: Stainless steel

Reference: SUB 4000T Sharkhunter

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