Dive Watch Releases / Articles

2011-02-08

H2O Kalmar Prototypes Part.1 (titanium)

By TLex I can't tell you what a pleasure it is to finally be able to reveal the very first prototype images of the titanium version of the upcoming H2O Kalmar. For those of you who haven't been following the H2O story; the Kalmar promises to be not only the world's most customizable dive watch with a plethora of modifications that can be carried out by its wearer using a system of user-friendly hex-screws for attaching interchangeable bezels, casebacks and crown guards; but a force to be reckoned with among Boutique dive watches . . .



The H2O Kalmar will be one of, if not the first dive watches in the Boutique sector to be using Grade 5 Titanium case construction, certainly one the deepest boutique divers with a water-resistance of 3'000 meters and priced extremely competitively at 900USD (Brushed titanium housing an ETA 2824) - 1'100USD (DLC on Bead Blasted titanium housing an ETA2836-GMT).



H2O Watch are also working with and experimenting with new and innovative case construction using exotic metals. I have seen their first attempt, which I will be previewing along with this and the DLC Coated Bead Blasted Titanium version and it is nothing short of stunning!



Shown here sporting an understated metallic silver dial (12 other dial options are available), the H2O Klamar looks not only charismatic, but like a very capable precision engineered dive watch. Stay tuned for further pricing, full pre-ordering information and the announcement of the launch of H2O Website and of course 'H2O Kalmar Prototypes Part.2 & 3 . . .




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