While on some level this might be a brash dive watch, the details are handled extremely well and the watch gets better the closer you look. Just below the center posts for the hands you can see the chemical symbol for zirconium dioxide, the type of ceramic from which the dial and case are constructed, but in a tonal color so it doesn’t stand out too much. Likewise, the date window is blue and matches the dial quite closely so it’s not loud. The bezel is actually made of three materials – ceramic, liquid metal, and rubber for the main insert, numerals and markings, and orange track, respectively. The crown is positioned at three o’clock, while at 10 o’clock there is a helium escape valve.
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