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Titanium has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metallic element. Highly resistant to water corrosion, we chose this material for our newest watch model to insure the best performance when diving.
Sapphire Crystal

On a 1 to 10 scale with a diamond being a 10, sapphire crystal measures a 9. Approaching the incredible strength of a diamond, sapphire crystal lenses were chosen due to their remarkable scratch-resistance, clarity and strength; the same material used for shatter-resistant armored vehicles and tactical body armor.
30 ATM

All of our DIVER watches undergo rigorous testing before being released from the factory. Each one is pressure tested by a technician in a Winfred WF-208 water proof testing machine and pressure tested up to 30ATM ( 1016.99 feet) with 3 Bar (43.5 psi) of pressure to verify that the seals are sound and that the helium release valve is working.
Physical Vapor Deposition

PVD is an industrial process originally developed by NASA that is used to precisely transfer a vaporized source material in very thin coatings onto a part within a vacuum chamber. The process is most commonly used for a variety of machine elements with strict performance requirements such as surgical tools and drill bits. PVD coatings can be harder and more corrosion-resistant than coatings applied by an electroplating process.

Our team maintained a maniacal attention to detail throughout Diver's design process. We raised the numbering on the face and machined the numbers on the timing bezel for added contrast and readability. The deeper knurls around the timing ring also provide maximum grip in wet conditions.

Diver's luminescent face elements feature Super-LumiNova for maximum brightness. This technology offers up to 10x higher brightness than previous zinc sulfide–based materials and can last for hours in the darkest conditions.

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