SeaQuest Dive Frozen Deep
Limited edition of 15 pieces
COSC Chronometer 42 mm
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Light passing through the ice layer
A glimpse into the mysterious world beneath the frozen surface, given a magical touch by the strange light passing through the thick layer of crystal ice, is an experience reserved only for fearless adventurers. One of them is Chronotechna ambassador, a renowned Czech freediver David Vencl, with whom we have prepared a new special limited edition of the SeaQuest Dive watch. As the name Frozen Deep suggests, the unique gradient of the dark blue dial combined with the DLC watch case is reminiscent of the view divers get as they ascend back up to the frozen surface.
The ideal partner for extreme conditions
The SeaQuest Dive Frozen Deep watch has all the technical specifications that our other models boast. Swiss Sellita SW200-1 movement with COSC certification powers the watch, guaranteeing extreme precision. The case with DLC coating and sapphire crystal is tested for water resistance to a depth of 300 metres according to the strictest Swiss standards. You'll appreciate many other advantages not only deep below the frozen surface - the distinctive luminescence provided by the SuperLuminova X1 layer, the screw-down crown and the ceramic unidirectional lunette with half-second precision. The watch's look is further complemented by the high-end Zuludiver strap made of durable FKM rubber, perfectly resistant to salt water, aggressive chemicals and extreme temperatures from -45 to 300 degrees Celsius.
Details & Specifications
Swiss Automatic Self-Winding
With ball bearing Stop second device, Hours, minutes and central sweep seconds
Frequency: 28'800 A/h (4Hz)
Power reserve: 41 hours
Number of jewels: 26
Middle rate: -4/+6 seconds per day
Dark blue gradient dial with lower plate SLN White X1 Grade (blue emission)
Brushed and polished hands filled with SLN White X1 Grade (blue emission)
Water-resistant up to 300m (30ATM)
Height - 12.36mm
Lug to lug - 47.67mm
Watch case weight (approx.) - 72g
Strap width - 22mm
Uni-directional rotating sandblasted ceramic bezel
Sapphire glass with double anti-reflective coating
Vertically brushed, mirror polished, circular satin decoration
Limited only to 15 pieces
The exclusivity of the new SeaQuest Dive Frozen Deep watch is underlined by the number of pieces that have been manufactured – only 15 watches, one of which David Vencl will be wearing in his attempt to set a new record. This time, the limited number is not engraved on the back of the case, but each watch has its unique certificate with the number marked and signed by David Vencl.
Be a part of it!
Watching David Vencl dive into the depths beneath the frozen surface just a few metres from a hole carved into the ice will be an unforgettable experience that you can enjoy with a Frozen Deep watch on your wrist. Included with the SeaQuest Dive Frozen Deep watch is a personal invitation from David and a ticket to watch the unique event on-site that can't be obtained any other way. Details will be provided well in advance to each watch owner individually, depending on the weather - the dive is expected to take place in the Austrian Alps in early March 2023.