Ocean Crawler Core Diver Watch
The first dive watches were originally created with only practical applications in mind; they were meant for construction workers and military personnel to be able to keep track of how long they’d been underwater. Since then, they’ve become extra-practical everyday timepieces favored by many. While you may never actually dive with your dive watch, it is nice knowing that you have a truly waterproof watch to take to the pool, beach, or on a fishing trip.
Fans of dive watches should get acquainted with the new Core Diver from Ocean Crawler, a U.S. company based in Rochester, New York. This watch has a true waterproof rating of 2,000 feet. The world record is a little shy of 1,100 feet, so this watch will thrive in any situation you find yourself. The crystal and bezel are made of sapphire crystal, and the case is made of brushed stainless steel.
The Core Diver features a Swiss-made, Selitta Sw-200 movement and a frequency of 28,800 vibrations an hour. The case has a diameter of 44 mm and a case thickness of 15.6 mm. Seven layers of BGW9 Lume guarantee readability even deep under water. Each watch comes with a five-year warranty. The Core Diver has only 83 watches in each color, so if you’re interested, head over to oceancrawler.com to pick one up. Watches start at $999.