By TLex Confectionery references aside, I quite like the ScubaGraff. I would love to see one in either brushed Stainless steel or Titanium - of course, sans the unnecessary bling, but then it probably wouldn't be a true Graff, would it?!
Still it's a pretty cool looking piece with a top-notch build quality; and if you scratch beneath the surface, you'll discover that it's a pretty capable dive watch with one or two cool tricks up its sleeves!
The new 300 piece Limited Edition of the ScubaGraff has been constructed from 18kt Rose Gold and Titanium with a chocolate DLC coating. It measures 47mm in diameter and is fitted with an AR-coated Sapphire crystal.
Divers features include: a mechanical 30 minute dive-time indicator (6 o'clock), a rotational divers bezel with 18kt Rose Gold dive-time scale, a Helium Escape Valve (9 o'clock), a diamond-tipped screwdown crown, and a water-resistance to 300 meters.
The caseback has been hand-engraved with a really cool giant octopus motif. There's also an 18k RG plate with the watch's Limited Edition #.
The watch is powered by a Swiss made, Graff in-house Calibre 2 automatic movement, which has been hand-assembled in Geneva. Spec. includes: 28,800 vph and a power reserve of 50 hours.
Its dial is in chocolate brown with a sun-burst finish and a triangular-cut emerald set at 12 o'clock. It features raised applied Rose Gold numerals and Rose Gold hands that have been applied with luminous material.
The ScubaGraff comes on lovely looking brown crocodile strap with rubber and a Gold and Titanium chocolate DLC folding clasp with a hand-engraved octopus motif.