An expensive automatic is not always a GREAT automatic. Gonzo tells us why. Like most of other readers who drop in here every now and then, I too enjoy and I’m glad that I have been well educated, often, by the information they provide from time to time, in forms of both queries and contradictions.
Shining stainless steel appeases; its toughness delights. Most of us welcome it in appliances of use; its brilliant hold against massive impacts leaves no questions to be asked. As your watch’s building material, steel has been a long-trusted ferric alloy to watch makers all over the world. There are harder synthetic materials available than steel;
The importance of a helium (release) valve in a watch is a much debated topic we embark upon debating again. About ‘Decompression’ Pressure does not create any issue during a dive, but rather when a diver surfaces. This requires decompression, or reducing the extra pressure to the normal level, both for the diver’s body and
Why a freediving watch? A freediving watch is an instrument to assist you with the basics in difficult situations arising while freediving and help you maintain thresholds to keep away from doing anything foolish. A dive computer, undoubtedly; does much more. Time-telling apart, it even warns you if you have dived too many times without