Nivrel Shark Sea 3000m (9,000 Feet)
At first glance the Shark Sea is a bit of an anomaly for a deep dive watch since it features a tourbillon, something more associated with luxury watches.
Its an interesting and intriguing combination, including such a meticulously crafted function in such a robust setting as a dive watch.
The tourbillon is held in place with a substantial looking bridge, and the movement itself is a Swiss hand winding one with 120 hour power reserve indicated by a gauge. The retrograde date indicator rounds off the face nicely.
There was no mention of cost on their website but given that it features a toubillon, a complex and costly complication it will probably be upwards of $30,000.
Nivrel Shark Sea Specifications:
Thickness: 18.5 mm
Movement : Swiss Manual winding 120 Hour Power Reserve
Case: Steel and Gold
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