By TLex Presented at BaselWorld 08, prototypes of the new Bathy V.2. Favre-Leuba returns to its own traditions of 1966 when they made the first ever metric depth gauge rated to 50m or 160ft. The Bathy V.2 is equipped with the specific technology of the Favre-Leuba depth meter, which functions by means of pressure on a membrane, the composition of which still remains confidential.
This particular product will be available in three models (with three different membranes) with depth meters for 45 meters, 150 meters, and 300 meters. It will feature an automatic movement, complex grade five titanium case, rotating bezel with large numbers, over-sized hands to facilitate readings under water and a natural rubber strap.
Movement Automatic / 297 components / 44hrs Pwr-Res
Case 45mm / 18mm Grade 5 Titanium
Glass Convex Sapphire Crystal / Anti-reflective
Dial Galvanic black / guilloche / rotating flange / Superluminova
Functions 45meter / 150ft depth-gauge
Water-resistance 300m / 30ATM
Strap Black Natural rubber