By TLex The Avenger Seawolf was the first production mechanical dive watch to achieve a water-resistance of 3'000m, setting a benchmark for other deep divers. Today what is still a pretty phenomenal depth-rating has been eclipsed by mechanical divers with far greater depth ratings. Earlier Avenger Seawolf models were constructed from Titanium, current models are now in STEEL. This latest version boasts Breitling's carbon nitride-based Blacksteel treatment . . .
From BREITLING 3,000 meters under the sea. With the selfwinding Avenger Seawolf model, Breitling has achieved a top-rate technical feat by creating a professional diver’s watch that is water-resistant to the incredible depth of 3,000 meters (10,000 ft). The brand trains the spotlight on this extreme Avenger by presenting it in a new all-black version called the Seawolf Blacksteel. This 1,000-piece limited edition features a black steel case made using a highly resistant carbon-based treatment, an ultra-sporty dial and a rubber strap.