For a person with a thing for the color orange, this new timepiece from French luxury watchmaker, Bell & Ross, had my attention at hello. Limited to just 250 pieces, the new Bell & Ross BR-03-92 DIVER ORANGE will certainly not go unnoticed – even by plankton if they could see colors (or even see […]
Unless you are an avid underwater enthusiast or have taken a dive in the waters of Skarvsnes Foreland in Antarctica, you will not quite relate to the pattern of the dial face on the new Seiko Prospex LX Line dive watch.
If the Evangelion x G-Shock DW6900 proves a little too subtle for your pro EVA taste, then perhaps Evangelion x Citizen PROMASTER Watch may satisfy you. Yes. Citizen, too, is onboard the EVA hype train.
Diving enthusiasts, both amateur and professional, no longer need to watch in envy at land adventurers who had the analog Casio G-Shock Mudmaster because, Casio’s dive watch Frogman is just went analog.
This is Hydroid Aquabreather from a Russia-based company Aquabreather (which is part of Skolkovo Innovation Center in Moscow). Aquabreather wants to herald in a “new diving era,” with a new kind of breathing apparatus.
Remember AirBuddy? The dive gear that pipes air from the surface to you as you explore the beautiful underwater world? Well, the Exolung you see here shares the same concept, except that it is totally power-free.
There are divers and there are Instagram generation divers. If you are the latter, then you are going to dig this diving gear called Diveroid from Artisan & Ocean has to offer. Diveroid is a clever accessory that turns your smartphone into an an all-in-one dive computer, complete with underwater imaging functionality.
We all know how a typical diving watch looks like, but nothing expresses your love for the deep blue like a diving watch in bronze, a material closely associated to the iconic vintage diving helmet.
Look at the AEROTEC Sea Hunt 500m Diving Watch. Watchmakers certainly don’t do dive watches like this and even if they do, they’d cost a bomb. Not this chunky little guy, though.
I can’t remember when non-luxe watchmaker began their presence at Baselworld. Anyways, here they are some watches from the nearly 9 decade old Japanese watchmaker Citizen. Marking the 30th anniversary of the company’s PROMASTER series, Citizen has announced 3 celebratory watches at this year’s Baselworld, highlighting the three categories, Air, Land and Sea. The three […]