Mido All Dial Helium Valve Watch for Underwater Traveling

Jun 24, 2010
The Mido All Dial collection is an eloquent statement of the brand’s conquering the new territory of depth. The amazing line has been recently enlarged by the All Dial Helium Valve watch, which represents a convergence of high horology and breathtaking aesthetic. A marvel of reliability and precision, this timepiece can safely accompany a diver in his underwater traveling.

The exciting sport of scuba diving attracts enthusiasts of the extreme. It is associated not only with irresistible beauty, but also with danger. In dim underwater conditions the perception of time is slower. Therefore, it is of great importance for the diver to be escorted by a high quality watch, such as the new All Dial watch, equipped with a helium valve.

The helium valve assures a certain degree of reliability, necessary when exploring the amazing sub-aquatic world. Under the surface, the divers breathe chemical mix of gas, including helium. Helium consists of very small and lightweight atoms that can penetrate into watches and create an overpressure. When the pressure is reduced, the helium atoms distend and are unable to escape the watch. It becomes possible due to the helium valve, which this way prevents damages related to overpressure.

The mechanical perfection of the new Mido watch is gracefully united with its enchanting design. The style of the watch has been added a sporty touch.

Cleverly designed, the diver’s watch meets international standards of sportsmanship and water resistance. It is adorned with an alluring dial, shielded by a sapphire crystal that is virtually scratch proof. The display proudly shows off indexes and large numerals, positioned at 6, 9 and 12 o’clock. These elements are tipped with a coat of Superluminova, which ensures that visibility is outstanding when light becomes darkness. Circulating serenely over the dial are palm-shaped hands, also treated with Superluminova compound. The day and date indication is arranged in the aperture at 3 o’clock.

The brand’s specialists have also fitted the new Mido All Dial Helium Valve watch with a see-through case back, which provides a stunning vision of the self-winding movement with its embellished oscillation weight.

The Mido watch is submersible to 300 meters. The diver's watch is teamed with a rubber strap. It terminates in a folding clasp, equipped with two push-pieces and a folding diving buckle.

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