In skeleton dive watches, the watchmaker strips the watch’s dial and/or movement to their bare essentials,
revealing as much of the watch’s interior as possible. For watch aficonados who love the technical
“openwork” artistry that goes into skeleton watchmaking, these timepieces give them a detailed look at
a watch’s inner workings.
Diving is a great sport and many who enjoy the waters are spending more time in the deep blue than ever before. But it can also be expensive. So if you’re looking for a skeleton dive watch to join you in the deep blue, you may not want to spend a pirate's treasure.
The skeleton dive watches brand known for its retrograde minute and jumping hour pieces has added a dive watch to its land and air timepieces. The 45 mm 316L satin finish stainless steel case is in the shape of a scuba diving pressure gauge. It contains a Super-LumiNova white dial with black index. And it has a helium escape valve. As with all of their watches, it has a jumping hour display with a magnifier on the window and a super-fast retrograde minute. It is powered by a patented proprietary 124-piece module on an ETA 2824-2 caliber with a 37-hour power reserve. The unidirectional, ceramic rotating bezel has a double scale for reading the time at different diving depths before and after the retrograde minute hand’s return. It’s watertight up to 250 meters.