Swiss Super-LumiNova: We have set the bar high on the amount of luminescence you can expect from our pieces. With 20 layers of Super-LumiNova, your watch will easily glow through the night.
Case Size Lug to Lug: At just under 49mm lug to lug, the SWC Diver wears much smaller than standard 44mm pieces. (6.5″ wrist pictured below)
AR Coating: Similar to the luminescence, we went above the industry standard and applied 5 layers of AR coating to the sapphire crystal. This coating is located underneath the crystal and not on top, meaning there is no need to fear it will ever scratch off.
Oil Pressed Caseback: This is done by stamping a pattern into the steel with a hydraulic press. It allows for much greater detail and texture than standard industry procedures.
Water Resistance: This is a true diver and is equipped to handle pressure at 30ATM, or submersion to 1000ft. Each piece is individually tested after assembly to ensure it will perform as promised.
Bracelet: You will be provided with ample links to size the bracelet to your liking. Our buckle (shown in product images) has a ratcheting slide and multiple micro adjustments. This will enabling you to adjust your bracelet sizing on the go, without the need of tools.
- Swiss Made
- SW 200 Swiss Made Automatic Movement with 28800 A/h (4Hz)
- 26 jewels
- 316 L solid stainless-steel case
- 120 step uni-directional divers bezel
- Ceramic diver bezel ring
- Oil pressed case back
- Sapphire crystal
- 5x Anti reflective coating
- 30 ATM / 1000 ft water resistant
- 20 layers of Swiss Made Super-Luminova for the indexes
- Solid 3 link 316 l stainless steel bracelet
- Capsa pins
- Solid integrated divers buckle
- Case: 44mm
- Lug Width: 22mm
- Band Width: 22mm/20mm
- Case Thickness: 13.2mm
- Case Lug to Lug: 48mm
About Swiss Watch Company: Stephen Roemer got involved in the watch industry at 17 years of age in Biel, Switzerland. It was there that he began working in quality assurance for the Swatch group and worked with many reputable brands within the group. During this time he personally oversaw the production of millions of watches.