Abingdon Marina Dive Watch

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Abingdon Marina Dive Watch

February 08, 2019 - 21:20
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In 2014 professional pilot Abingdon Welch launched a US$66,000 Kickstarter campaign to fund a female dive watch. She successfully achieved her target after 258 backers believed in her, and the result was unveiled at the 2018 DEMA Show in Las Vegas.

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The Marina dive watch took three years of research and development, with input from a team of seven female Dive Pros. The brief was to design a luxury looking watch that women would want to dive, that wasn't "pinked or shrinked".

The Marina has an automatic, self-wind movement with a 40 hour power reserve, hence there is no need to open the Titanium casing to replace a battery. The 20 mm / 0.7 inch wide band is also made from Titanium (to keep the weight down) and it comes with a fold-over clasp and band expander, so that the watch can be worn over a wetsuit.

The 200 mt / 656 ft water resistant watch has a luminous dial and markings, and there is a choice of seven different colours for the face. This watch has a unique inner bi-directional Bezel that displays all 24 international time zones.

Key Features

  • Water resistant 200 mt / 656 ft
  • Battery free - automatic self-wind movement
  • Luminous, screw-down-crown
  • Titanium case
  • Fold-over clasp c/w band expander
  • 20 mm / 0.7 inch wide Titanium band
  • Scratch resistant non-reflective Sapphire Crystal glass
  • Luminous dial and markings
  • Notched uni-directional outer (dive time) Bezel
  • Bi-directional inner (world timer) Bezel displays all 24 international time zones
  • 40 hour power reserve
  • Seven Colours: Black, Blue, Green, Purple, Red, White, Yellow

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