Meet Deep Blue Master Explorer Watch

Nov 09, 2011
The timepiece maker Deep Blue is happy to introduce its new Master Explorer diving watch.

Visually imposing, the new Deep Blue watch is available in a stainless steel case. Its measurements are 46mm x 17mm. The case is assembled with a top glare-proofed sapphire crystal. It is submersible to 1000 meters.

The case is offset by a black bezel, fitted with Superluminova-applied minute-markers. The model is also equipped with an automatic helium escape valve, which allows gas that penetrates during diving to escape when returning to the surface.

The new Deep Blue Master Explorer watch shows off an enamel burst dial, executed in various color versions. Completed with Superluminova-inlaid hour-markers, it shows central hours, minutes and seconds as well as a date at 3 oclock.

Breathing life into the functions is an automatic Japanese Miyota caliber 9015 movement, built on 24 jewels. It operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and ensures a 38-hour power reserve.

The new Deep Blue watch is mounted on a steel bracelet with a divers extension and a safety clasp.

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