Nivrel Deep Ocean Watch - Delight for Divers

May 10, 2011
The horological company Nivrel is happy to deliver its new Deep Ocean watch - a worthy successor of the acclaimed Deep Sea, Red Sea and South Sea models.

Created in accordance with the stringent requirements, provided by the German Institute for Standardization, the novelty will meet the highest expectations of the most discerning divers.

Appealing both visually and technically, the new Nivrel watch is set in a 43mm stainless steel 316L case. Its bezel, inlaid with black aluminium, features silver-colored numerals.

Equipped with a rotating anti-clockwise mechanism, the bezel is intended for measuring the period of time under water. The case is equipped with a screwed protected crown.

The front side of the model is covered by a top quality sapphire crystal. Its back part, meanwhile, is solid. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 50 bars.

The new Nivrel Deep Ocean watch boasts a black dial with a carbon layer and luminous numerals. It ensures hours, minutes and seconds, indicated by silver-colored, luminous hands. The dial also offers a date indication, which appears in the exhibition window at 3 oclock.

The display is controlled by an ETA 2824-2 movement, which measures 25.6 mm in diameter. Set with 25 jewels, it operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers a 38-hour power reserve. The mechanism utilizes a Swiss made lever escapement.

The new Nivrel diving watch is teamed with a sporty silicone strap, terminating in a steel buckle. It can be also accessorized with a steel bracelet, finalized by a deployment buckle.

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