By TLex NIVREL’s flagship divers model gets a cool new look with the addition of a set of sporty red hands that literally jump off the dial plus a new (to Nivrel) automatic movement for the more economically minded of you thanks to the ever reliable, ever popular Miyota 9015 caliber from Citizen of Japan.
The 9015 is housed in a 43mm by 13.5mm 316L Stainless steel case equipped with a unidirectional rotational divers bezel, a screwdown crown and caseback , a Sapphire crystal and a water-resistant to 50 bar, the equivalent of 500 meters.
The Deep Ocean red is supplied with a Stainless steel bracelet secured by a divers flip-lock deployment buckle as well as a fold-out divers extension to wear the watch over a wetsuit.
There are two things to note here; the Deep Ocean black with its Swiss made ETA 2824-2 caliber is still very much in existence for the purists among you. It can be found in Nivrel’s Edition Plongeur collection alongside the Wild Sea and Shark Sea II.
Secondly it’s great to be discussing Nivrel again! If you aren’t familiar this great German watch brand that began life in 1936 - they are the guys that stuck a tourbillion movement into a 3000 meter water-resistance diver and if I’m not mistaken around the same time if not just before GP did!