Meet New Harry Winston Ocean Diver Watch

Oct 18, 2012
Harry Winston proudly unveils its new Ocean Diver watch. The novelty boasts its own distinctive and original style and corresponds to the most rigorous technical characteristics.

The new Harry Winston watch has been created as a high-precision diver's tool. The timepiece incorporates a unidirectional rotating bezel to be used for timing decompression stops. The dial offers high visibility under any light conditions due to the luminous markers and hands. Meeting the international standards for diving watches, the Ocean Diver is 200-meter water-resistant.

The novelty represents a self-winding, three-register chronograph, beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and providing a 42-hour power-reserve. It allows timing intervals that are up to 12 hours long.

The 44 mm case of the new Ocean Diver is crafted from Zalium. The brands unique material is just perfect for a diver's watch as it is light, strong and also extremely corrosion-resistant. The bezel is fashioned in 18K white or rose gold. One more peculiarity of the watch design is that the bezel is found beneath twin Zalium arches, responsible for the protection of the winding crown. The case flank features the smoothly integrated chronograph pushers.

The three-dimensional dial of the Harry Winston watch demonstrates three different surface finishes - snailing, rhodium plated, and Cotes de Geneve, accentuating two chronograph registers.

You will also notice the brands signature "Shuriken" power indicator to keep the watch wearer informed at a glance that it is running properly.

Considering all the characteristics mentioned above, the Harry Winston Ocean Diver watch will serve as a reliable timekeeping companion above or below the waves.

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