MWC, one of the world’s leading suppliers of robust military specification timepieces, has added another exceptional piece of watch to its watches. The MWC Depthmaster Watch is the newest heavy duty range watch that’s made available to the public. It has sapphire crystals and extremely robust to withstand pressure and damage.
The MWC Depthmaster Watch is ideal for divers that use mixed gases at extreme depths because of the watch’s outstanding 100 atm water resistance rating. Most military diver watches are designed with a 20 mm strap; however, this military specification timepiece has wider straps. It is also created with a non-scratch ceramic bezel for easy and convenient grip in case of extreme cold.
Created with world class features, the MWC Depthmaster Watch is specifically designed and built for professional divers who are engaged under extreme and challenging conditions. It is finished in brushed stainless steel and has 12/24 Hour US pattern dial. The movement has 41-hour power reserve and made with solid and cutting-edge 24 jewel automatic NH35A. It even features a hacking function, so you can enable it for synchronization.
The most noteworthy feature of the MWC Depthmaster Watch is that it’s water resistant for up to 1000 meter/ 3,280 feet/ and 100 atm depth, making it one of the most extreme watches that a professional diver can have. Other specifications are as follows:
- Strap: 24mm NATO Webbing Strap
- Illumination: Luminova on markers, hands and bezel
- Case: 316L Stainless Steel
- Lug to Lug: 48mm
- Crystal Type: Sapphire with Anti-Reflective Coating
- Crystal Diameter: 31mm
- Thickness: 15mm
- Bezel Type: Unidirectional Non Reflective with Ceramic Insert
- Width: Inc Crown 47mm (Exc Crown 44mm)
- Helium Escape Valve
- Screwdown crown
- Movement: 24 Jewel Automatic NH35A with hacking function
If you’re concerned about the warranty, the MWC Depthmaster Watch warranty covers GTLS Failure (within the first 12 months), movement failure, hands falling off, manufacturing defects, the Tritium GTLS vials coming off the dial or hands, the Watch losing or gaining outside of the normal range in the first year, and water ingression.