RedSea Six Pounder and Holystone Watches for Divers and Pirates

Jun 14, 2010
RedSea is a new watch brand for those crazy about diving and those who like pirate stories. The brand has created two models - the Six Pounder and the Holystone, featuring two different dials.

The cases of both diver's models measure 44mm in diameter and are crafted in stainless steel, also available in black PVD. The case constructions incorporate rotating diver's bezels. They boast 300-meter water-resistance.

The dials are completed with luminescent hour markers and the time is indicated by orange and red hands provided with luminescent inserts, with the lume done by LUM-TEC. You are sure to especially like the hands of the Six Pounder watch as they are designed to make you think of a cannon with lumed cannon balls.

It is interesting to mention that the name of the model has been suggested by the pirates name for cannons. The sweeping seconds hand illuminated at the tip may be compared to a burning cannon wick moving around the dial.

The dials, shielded by anti-reflective sapphire crystal, guarantee perfect readability under any light conditions.

The RedSea watches are animated by reliable Japanese Miyota 9015 automatic movements.

The case-back of the watches hold one more surprise they are engraved with a pirate-style skull and crossed swords.

The RedSea Six Pounder and Holystone watches are presented on a metal bracelet, a rubber strap, and a NATO-style strap. They are expected to be available for 665 and 695 US dollars for steel and PVD-steel versions respectively. Those who pre-order a watch, are promised a significant discount.

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