An iconic classic is reimagined in the polished style of the new Promaster Dive Automatic men’s watch. Going deeper into history of the original version of this diving watch, it was usedby the Italian Navy and released in 1989 for the new generation of dive watch enthusiasts. A design element that stands out is the distinctive, serrated bezel design that was inspired by a fugu, the Japanese name for pufferfish. Featuring a 3-piece, 44mm case, a sapphire crystal, and a silver-tone stainless steel case and bracelet, the black rotating bezel with an easy-grip aluminum ring surrounds the white dial and luminous hands and markers, while the case back features an engraving of a fugu or pufferfish. This technically advanced and stylish sport watch comes in an exclusive collector’s dive tank box and is ISO compliant with a screw-down crown and water resistant to 200 metres.
Automatic Calibre 8204
ISO Diver Certified
40-hour power reserve
Stainless Steel Bracelet, Push Button Buckle
WR200/20Bar/666ft [Scuba Diving]
What is an Automatic Watch?
An automatic watch harnesses the movement of the wearer's arm to power its mechanism. As the arm moves, a rotor inside the watch rotates, winding the mainspring. This stored energy is then released, driving the gears that keep the watch's hands moving and accurate timekeeping.