Dive Watch Releases / Articles



By TLex The 70s styled Helberg CH8 is available, now for PRE-ORDER with either a Bronze or Stainless steel case. The bronze version will be equipped with a solid bronze bezel and bronze crown with Stainless steel insert.

The Stainless steel version is available with a choice of three bezel types: a solid Stainless steel bezel, a Stainless steel bezel with a black Sapphire crystal inlay or Stainless steel bezel with a black and orange Sapphire crystal inlay.

All bezel makers and numbers on the Sapphire inlays and the solid Stainless steel bezels are lumed with BGW9 Swiss SuperLumiNova. The Bronze bezel will has a luminous triangle at12 o’clock.

The CH8’s dial sports high-polished chromed markers that have been applied with BGW9 Swiss SuperLumiNova and will be available in: black (with or without date window), marine blue or drab olive without date window.

The handset is available in either fully chromed or with chromed hour hand, orange minute hand and chromed second hand with orange tip.

All Helberg CH8 pre-orders will come with a FREE exotic handmade black Ostrich leather strap from the famous strap maker, MADDOG (worth 170USD) along with a Helberg Steel or Bronze buckle.

As well as this H2O are offering an ISOfrane rubber divers strap at a special price plus a FREE high-quality dark brown Horween strap worth 100USD for returning customers!



By TLex A 44mm, 200 meter water-resistant case housing a simple 3 hands automatic movement is hardly extreme, so what exactly do Movdo mean by 'extreme'? Well, to be honest I couldn't really tell you. I think they are referring to the single over-sized flat dot at 12 o'clock on the dial, a signature of models in the SE Extreme series. It is a kind of extreme, I guess!

The SE Extreme 200's sandwich construction case is actually made of Stainless steel and layers of black polyurethane. It features a fixed top-bezel with a dot-motif and an exhibition caseback. The dial has a black raised honeycomb texture, a rotating minute reflector, a silver-toned signature dot, luminescent hands and raised hour markers, white accents and date display at 6 o'clock.

Divers features include: a Sapphire crystal, an inner-rotational divers bezel (operable via crown at 10 o'clock)a black polyurethane and Stainless steel link bracelet with push-button deployment and 200 meters of water-resistance. Powering the watch is a Swiss made ETA 2892-A2 caliber with 21 jewels, 28,800 vph and a power reserve of 42 hours. MSRP is 2995USD



By TLex Boasting a case constructed from Forged Carbon and housing a Swiss made ETA 2824 automatic movement, it was no surprise that the Limited Edition of just 10 pieces of Magrette's Regattare Carbon were pre-sold even before they had a chance to hit the shelves (so to speak).

Forged composites such as the one used for the case of the Regattare Carbon are made with short strands of carbon fiber that are threaded together and placed into a heated mold with a resin, and then bonded under high pressure. The end result is material that is incredibly light and strong.

To compliment the watch's high-tech 44mm case, the Regattare Carbon has been fitted with a DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coated screwdown crown and caseback made from Titanium. The crown has been placed on the left-hand side of the case at 9 o'clock.

The special features don't stop there, either. The Regattare Carbon has been fitted with a sandwich dial, which has two parts placed on top of each other giving it wondeful 3D quality. The bottom layer has been applied with C3 SuperLuminova.

Divers features include: a highly scratch-resistant - double domed Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on its inside and a water-resistance of 200 meters.

The watch comes with a rubber divers strap and leather black band and will be delivered Magrette's new travel case priced 1159euro. Let's hope that the demand for this incredible watch is such that Magrette decide to make a few more!


JENNY caribbean 300 Re-Edition with NEW bracelet

By TLex Jenny have perfected the caribbean 300 with the inclusion of an iconic 'rice-bead' bracelet in solid Stainless steel, which is now available with the 60s re-edition diver as standard equipment!

First launched in 1956, the Jenny brand have pioneered several advances in dive watch technologies, including a patent on the world's first dive watch that was water-resistant to 1000 meters.

With more than half a century of technological advances under their belt, the brand have in many ways created the perfect evolution of the dive watch in the carribbean 300.

Starting with a satin brushed, solid 316L Stainless steel case measuring 42mm in diameter (excluding crown) and with a thickness of just 12.3mm, the carribean 300 is optimally sized for comfort but with plenty enough presence for a men's dive watch.

Safely housed in its 300 meter water-resistant case is a high-grade Swiss Made ETA 2824-2 self-winding movement with a hacking second function, a custom 'Jenny' engraved rotor, 25 jewels and a power-reserve of 42hrs.

Its functions include hours, minutes, seconds and a quick-set date at 3 o'clock.

The caribbean 300 is charecterized by a JENNY patented Stainless steel unidirectional rotational divers bezel displaying decompression limit times (imperial) that can be clearly read through a Sapphire crystal bezel insert.

Furthers divers features include: an anti-reflective treated flat Sapphire crystal, a stainless steel screwdown crown and solid Stainless steel caseback that has been engraved with its unique Limited Edition number.

The caribbean 300 is available as a Limited Edition of 500 pieces in each color variant - these are: black, blue, orange or silver with an orange bezel, or black with a yellow bezel.

As well as its new Stainless steel constructed bracelet that features an 's' double-locking deployment buckle, the caribbean 300 also come with a Jenny rubber divers strap with a signed Stainless steel buckle (fits wrists from 6" to 10").

The watch comes with a 1yr warranty and is available direct from JENNY [HERE] from now until December 31st with its new rice-bead bracelet and a rubber dive strap for 990USD.




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STUCKX The RocK [is a go]

By TLex To quote Vasquez from Aliens - ''Let's ROCK!'' The RocK from Netherlands newcomer, Stuckx is no longer a concept - it's a reality, and pre-orders are just around the corner!

The build has been confirmed and a Swiss made automatic movement has been selected to power it!

Specifications for the RocK are as follows: a Grade 2 Titanium (lug-less) case with a sandblast finish. The case has a diameter of 44.8mm and an overall length of 52mm.

Its total thickness from the bottom of the caseback to the top of the crystal is 21mm.

Divers features include: a 6mm thick Sapphire crystal with AR-coating (inside), a 4mm thick screwdown caseback, a 120 click-type uni-directional divers bezel and a water-resistance of 1000 meters.

The RocK will be offered in 3 color combinations. These include yellow and gray, Pepsi blue and red and a stunning version with a sunburst effect dial in a titanium-bronze color.

The RocK will be powered by a reliable Swiss ETA 2836 automatic movement. Its dial will have C3 SupeLuminova on its hands, indices and the bezel triangle.

The watch will be presented on a sturdy leather Zulu / Nato strap.

If you're looking for something a little different. This rugged looking diver promises to be a real crowd pleaser.

However the best part is that Stucks are going to offer a fantastic pre-order price of 599€ (incl. EU VAT), which means that those outside the EU can get the RocK for just 495€.

After the pre-order phase when first deliveries start the price will go up with 100€. Deliveries are planned for first quarter of 2015. Stay tuned for more soon . . .

Too extreme for your tastes? Read up on the Stuckx INFINITE 8 vintage-style diver. Watch the VIDEO  . . .