This watch has, hands down, one of the most impressive dials we’ve ever seen. When the copper-colored dial is hit by the light, it just shines in orange-ish tones, and that’s just unique.
Looking at the case, we see a robust and reliable stainless steel EPSA rated supercompressor case (meaning that the more preassure the watch has, the tighter it is to avoid water intrusion).
If that’s not impressive enough, it has two crowns. The top one, operates the bidirectional rotating bezel used to time inmersions under the ocean, and the bottom one is used to wind the watch and set the time (as well as the date).
If you look closely on the dial, you can see the word “Plongeur” (french for “diver”), so this watch was created and designed specifically to go underwater.
If that’s your style, the cushion case wears bigger on the wrist, and hasn’t left mine since I got it.