San Martin is one of the greatest companies in the industry when it comes to creating dive watches specifically for diving. The newest model in the line-up is based on the antique reference 6105-8000 diver from the late 1960s, which has been completely updated using contemporary materials and production methods.
The stainless steel cases of these most recent San Martin SN086 diving watches have a distinctive cushion form and measure 44mm in diameter by 50mm from lug to lug and 13.5mm thick. They also have Super Hard coating for increased scratch resistance. Available in three different configurations, including black, blue, green, and logo-free versions.
The SN086 has a 60-minute rotatable scale, and the outer ring is made of high-tech ceramic Cerachrom word ring. This functional outer ring also facilitates the wearer to calculate the time, such as calculating the sailing boat through the distance between the two buoys, shaping the outstanding personality of the watch.
This unrivalled commendation displays all the exceptional features expected of those brave enough to challenge the deep sea. All of these divers have unidirectional rotating timing bezels that are fastened to the top of their casings, and they all have a lot of LumiBrite on their hands and hour markers to create a brilliantly illuminated display in the dark ocean. All three divers have solid stainless steel casebacks, screw-down winding crowns, and curved anti-reflective sapphire crystals above their dials, which all serve to give them an ISO-certified 300 meters of water resistance.
The NH35 automatic movement, which combines hacking, hand-winding, and a quickset date display with a calendar disc color-matched to each watch's dial, powers the trio of SN086 divers. The NH35 also provides consumers with an increased power reserve of roughly 42 hours and the same unwavering dependability that characterizes all of its competitors.