Sector Marine Shark Master 1000m Watch - Marvel of Reliability

Nov 06, 2011
Sector is delighted to offer its new Marine Shark Master 1000m diving watch. Impressive both technically and visually, it is devoted to Patrick Musimu, the most successful free diver.


Three years ago the sportsman established the world record by diving to 209 meters without using any breathing equipment. Moreover, he is capable of holding his breath for more than 8 minutes and 33 seconds.

The new Sector watch is available in a 46mm round-shaped case. It is rendered in top-grade stainless steel, inlaid with black PVD treatment. The case is outlined by a black PVD-treated bezel. It is equipped with a unidirectional rotating tachymeter scale, which is meant for dive time indication.

The case is fitted with a screw-down winding crown at 2 o’clock. The additional crown at 4 o’clock is intended for a turnable inner ring. The back part of the case is also screw-down. The model is also endowed with a helium escape valve, which allows to automatically depressurize the watch. The case provides an incredible water-resistance of 1000 meters.

Hidden inside the new Sector Marine Shark Master 1000m watch is a Swiss made ETA 2824 movement, built on 25 jewels. It animates a set of useful functions, presented on a black dial. It ensures central hours, minutes and seconds as well as a date, arranged at 6 o’clock. The distinctive feature of the display is a blue diver figure, placed between 4 and 5 o’clock.

The public can also enjoy a two-tone black and gray dial, embellished with a wave pattern. It offers a date indication at 4 o’clock. This version reveals two brand’s logos, performed in blue, and a tachymeter scale with blue nuances.

The new Sector watch goes on a black rubber strap.

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