Watch Reviews

The Aquadive Time-Depth: A Huge Chunk of Electric 1970′s Goodness

by on Nov.12, 2010, under Review

The watch we’ve got for you today is an absolute cracker – it’s called a Time-Depth and it’s made by Aquadive. It’s massive at 46mm wide and 18mm high (that’s a lot chunkier than an Omega Ploprof, as a point of comparison).  It’s a chunk of 1970’s steel that really looks the business and has the specs and features to back up its gargantuan appearance.

It’s powered by a electric dynatron movement, a pre-quartz electric number with an integrated circuit. It’s rated to 10 bar (100 meters), has protection from magnetic fields, and one other very cool feature. This watch integrates an oil filled bourdon tube depth gauge (the same technology used in this Rolex prototype).

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