To cater for all tastes, the new timepiece by Artego Watch Company is offered in a variety of color combinations. The model is proposed with an impressive 45 mm case, sculptured in surgical grade stainless steel. The height of the case is equal to 15.5 mm. It is fitted with a 120-click, unidirectional bezel, presented in stainless steel or black.
The case is endowed with a screw-locked, signed crown. The back side of the watch, which also employs in its manufacturing surgical grade stainless steel, is engraved and screw locked. The case comes with a choice of bead blasted, brushed, or black PVD-treated surface.
At the heart of the Artego Diver watch is beating a reliable Japanese Miyota 8215 mechanical automatic movement. Set with 21 jewels, this caliber runs at the rate of 21,600 vibrations per hour and offers a 40-hour power reserve.
The mechanism brings to life the basic functions of hours, minutes and seconds, complimented by that of the quick set date.
The timepiece shows off a welcoming dial, crafted from high-grade ceramic of orange, black and sky blue colors. The display comprises hour-markers, traditional for a diver's watch: stick markers can be found at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock and a double stick serves to denote 12 o’clock.
The rest of hour-markers are substituted by dots. The minute markers are moved to the chapter ring, which improves the clarity of the dial. The date indication is offered in a small aperture, located at 3 o’clock.
Pointing to the hours and minutes are plongeur hands. Depending on the model, the outline of the hands can vary in color. The seconds hand is performed in black and equipped with a lumed box about two-thirds down the hand. The dial of the Artego watch is shielded by a sapphire crystal, treated with anti-reflective coating on the inside.
The Artego Diver watch is mounted on a stainless steel bracelet, closed with a micro-adjustable flip lock clasp. Its water-resistance is assured down to 300 meters.
The exemplary functionality of the timepiece will make it an instant favorite among enthusiasts of diving, where the choice of equipment is extremely important.