Since diver’s watches are no longer mainly used for diving, they have developed into robust everyday companions. Diver’s watches can therefore be kept on for swimming, mountain biking or jogging, for example, as they can withstand high water pressure (usually 20 ATM) and are relatively insensitive to vibrations. But diver’s watches not only cut a good figure in sports. Thanks to their classic design, they can also be worn in the office or on festive occasions and give every outfit a sporty accent.
With the rotating bezel you can not only mark the point in time of diving, but also measure the duration of various activities to the second in everyday life. This is useful e.g., for cooking and baking times or if you want to find out how much time you need from A to B. To measure the time, turn the bezel until its zero point is at the position of the minute hand. As soon as the second hand hits the minute hand and the zero point of the bezel, the activity starts. This makes the diver’s watch a useful helper in everyday life.
The time can be read on diver’s watches at any time of day or night thanks to the fluorescent hands and indices (today: Super-LumiNova) – and from many different angles thanks to the multiple anti-reflective coating of the sapphire crystal.
The case of the Circula diver’s watches is made of sturdy 316L stainless steel and inside the diver’s watch works the Sellita SW200-1, a top-class Swiss movement.
Our automatic diver’s watch AquaSport is inspired by the Circula diving watches of the 1970s and developed together with over 600 suggestions from the worldwide watch community. The AquaSport GMT can display up to three time zones with the help of an additional hand and a bidirectional rotating bezel. The SuperSport has a real super compressor function. The bottom of the case is mounted and is sealed better and better by increasing water pressure.