The best dive watches on Earth are made by artists with their heads in the clouds. You can’t get any further away from the ocean floor than a watchmaker's workshop in the snowy Swiss Alps. Serious dive enthusiasts swear by Switzerland’s legendary craftsmen, who have earned their reputation as "Timekeepers to the World." Once upon a time you needed your own Swiss bank account to afford the caché that came with owning a genuine Swiss-made chronograph. But today we shatter our own record and shock the luxury retail world with our Stauer Swiss Dive Biosphere.
The elegant gold-on-midnight palette and two-tone stainless link bracelet gives this tough watch a sophisticated look. But the Biosphere is no fashion plate. It’s a luxury watch that isn't afraid to get its hands dirty. It’s water-resistant down to 660 feet or 20 atmospheres, a feat facilitated by a hardened sapphire crystal and screw-down back. And luminous hands and markers afford clearer visibility in low-light surroundings—perfect for wreck-diving off the coast of Spain or dining after dark in Paris. Fits wrists 7"–8¾".