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What’s bigger and badder than a Mako but belongs to the same family? That might depend on whether we’re taking dive watches or sharks, right?

Carcharodon Carcharias AKA the Great White shark is certainly bigger and badder than a Mako, also belonging to the family of Mackerel Sharks.

By no happy coincidence, the latest diver from Zelos, the Great White has been designed to be a bigger and badder version of their popular MAKO dive watch.

With a case offering increased size and thickness, the Great White also goes deeper; its 44mm case is water-resistant to 1000 meters, double that of the Mako.

Like its smaller brother, the Mako, the Great White’s dial features a spiral 3D pattern that is punctuated by double markers with shark teeth at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock.

A generous amount of SLN has been applied to the hands and markers of the Great White in a mix of C3 and BGW9, so perhaps it not only bigger and badder but possibly brighter, too.

A sapphire crystal and ceramic bezels provide provides the Great White with excellent scratch resistance while a Swiss Sellita SW200 automatic reliability an accuracy.

The ZELOS Great White has been released in collection of 8 variants (4 x CuSn8 bronze and 4x 316L steel) priced from 499USD. Follow the link HERE for more on the Great White.


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