By TLex Could there be a little brand emulation going one here? Possibly. The Dive Master is the latest diver (and the only true diver) to come out of the Momo Design studios, it joins the Competition Diver Chronograph (50m) and a familiar looking 100m Quartz Chronograph which supports my earlier comment. ;)
The Dive Master's stainless steel case whilst a little generic, is of a fair size (48mm). It's available in either satin or PVD. The watch's most prominent feature, its open dial, which is available in four different colors; black, gray, yellow or white. The black dial is also presented with either orange or green numerals and markers.
Open dials are not unheard of on divers (think Zenith Defy and of course diving tourbillons), but are still a fairly rare sight; they're a cool feature, too. I think there's much to be said for being able to see the marvel that is the inner-workings of a mechanical diver especially when depth ratings are usually sacrificed to allow for exhibition casebacks. In this case the Swiss Made ETA 2824-2 can be viewed through the opening on the Dive Master's dial.
The Dive Master is finished with a smart textured, black rubber strap and stainless steel buckle with detailing on its sides.
MOVEMENT Swiss Made ETA 2824-2
CASE Stainless Steel 316-L with Screw-down crown
GLASS Antiglare Sapphire crystal
STRAP Composite Rubber (TVSIP)
WATER-RES. 1000m / 00 ATM
SIZE 48mm x16mm