The IWC Aquatimer and Tudor Pelagos Replica Watches have a newly developed SafeDive bezel system that we found very user-friendly. The outer rotatable bezel turns another ring, safely positioned under the crystal and surrounding the dial, on which the dive time is shown. The bezel can be rotated in both directions, but for safety, the inner scale moves only when the bezel is turned counterclockwise. The scale remains motionless when the bezel is turned the other way. This ensures that a diver won’t shorten the indicated dive time if he happens to snag his wrist on a submerged rock, which could cause him to skip a crucial decompression stop. The system also has another advantage: the crystal protects the scale and its luminous coating against scratches and saltwater. And we found this system easier to use than IWC Aquatimer and Tudor Pelagos Replica Watches with an inner scale that’s operated with a second crown.
IWC Aquatimer and Tudor Pelagos Replica Watches’s unidirectional rotating diving bezel also works impeccably. Narrow fluting makes this component even easier to grasp than IWC Aquatimer and Tudor Pelagos Replica Watches’s. As on the IWC Aquatimer and Tudor Pelagos Replica Watches’s rotatable bezel clicks into place in single-minute increments. The matte scale is crafted from a ceramic material that doesn’t give scratches a chance. But the luminous coating on the scale is rather soft and could become scratched over the long term.
We began our descent and encountered our first school of gilthead seabream. We continued down to the seafloor and found two rays, moray eels and a seahorse. It would be easy to lose track of time, but our underwater regimen includes regularly glancing at our pressure gauge, which shows how much pressurized air remains in our tanks, and at our watch, where we can check the dive time. After 40 minutes, the pressure gauge reminded us to begin our ascent to the surface.
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