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Hours & Minutes

Luminox Advt.
Our Vision - April 2018

The Horloger



However, the occasion calls for timepieces that are meant to work in deep waters. Besides the obvious criteria of being waterproof and using materials that are anti-corrosive, watches for divers have to be easy to operate and quite legible. The relation between time and depth and knowing when to ascend when you are deep down are crucial functions. A lot of technical prowess goes into making these pieces perfect for the purpose they are to serve.

The timepieces featured here are at home under the deep waters. Though rugged and sporty, they are also elegant and sophisticated.


The iconic divers watch blends a timeless look with cutting-edge technology. The expert functionality is all thanks to the robust mechanical movement. The sturdy stainless-steel case with its screw locked crown is water-resistant to 20 bar. Its fluted unidirectional rotating bezel, with a luminescent dot at 12 o’clock, is fitted with a 120-tooth system enabling extremely accurate adjustment and very smooth rotation. This is perfectly ideal for checking a dive time or marking off any other time measurement. The watch also has a date
window at 6 o’clock. This timepiece represents the continuation of a proud legacy. While it is a great watch underwater, it is equally at home on land or in the air!

The complete story is in Hours & Minutes on pg no. 4 in the April 2018 edition.