By TLex Here’s a really cool diver that Deep Blue Watches debuted at Baselworld this year.
Can’t decide on the black or the blue bezel inlay? Deep Blue Watches have the perfect answer. Get them both or better still, get them combined into one!
This is the new Daynight Recue T-100 Automatic Tritium from Deep Blue – the first thing to note about this new diver apart from its awesome bi-color blue and black bezel is that it is Swiss made.
Powering it is Swiss automatic movement, the SELLITA SW-200 with 26 jewels beating at 28,880vph and with a power-reserve of approx. 46hrs.
The SW-200 is a comparable movement to the ubiquitous ETA 2824.
Okay back to the watch, back to the bezel which has a ceramic with Swiss BGW9 SuperLuminova that emits a blue light and a green Tritium pip at 12 o’clock.
The bezel sits on 44mm in diameter case by 15mm thick with 24mm lugs. The case is constructed from 316L Stainless steel.
Divers features include: said unidirectional rotational divers bezel with ceramic inlay (3 colors offered) -
A screwdown crown and exhibition caseback affording views of the SW200 with its Dep Blue custom rotor,
a water-resistance to 300 meters or 1000 feet (if your living in the dark ages) and a Stainless steel bracelet with a divers wetsuit extension.
Something that DB have are known for is producing dive watches with excellent luminosity whether it be form SLN or Tritium;
The new Daynight Recue T-100 Automatic Tritium is no exception: Tritium markers have been used on its bezel, dial and hands.
For more on the Daynight Recuse T-100 Automatic Tritium and other divers models from Deep Blue follow the link embedded, below.