Squale 50 Atmos Ocean blasted 1521-026 Diver’s watch

Squale-Ocean-Blasted-1521-6The Squale 50 Atmos Ocean blasted 1521-026 was designed for the professional diver.

It is a classic 500 meter professional diver the with the characteristic and famous “von Büren” case. This case was part of lots of famous dive watches over decades, as Squale supplied these also to other big and small Swiss brands.
This unique and highly recognizable shape features a signe screw-down crown on the 4 o’clock position which is recessed and well protected against unwanted Squale-Ocean-Blasted-1521-5impact. Due to the recessed crown and the elegant flowing design of the polished case the watch is exceptionally comfortable to wear, even on a smaller wrist. Although the case has a diameter of 42 mm and a hight of 13 mm.
The smooth, coin-shaped 60 clicks uni-directional bezel partners very well with the orange minute hand providing crucial information on remaining or elapsed dive-time. The dial provides that at a glance. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is enhanced with anti-reflective treatment on both sides and protects the Squale Ocean blasted up to 500 meters below sea-level or 50 atmosphere of pressure.

The hand-painted blue sunburst dial with the distinctly designed luminescent markers of Super LumiNova provides excellent legibility in every low-light situation.
Squale-Ocean-Blasted-1521-1The great attention to detail give this iconic timepiece a contemporary look and feel but still paying respect to its classic, unique design and brand philosophy.

The Swiss Made ETA 2824 automatic movement gives the Squale 50 Atmos Ocean blasted 1521-026  its mechanical reliability and accuracy under the toughest circumstances. It also provides a power reserve of approximately 38 hours.

The Squale 50 Atmos Ocean blasted 1521-026 is a purpose built tool-watch which is elegant and reliable and therefore a perfect companion for every day adventures. It can be purchased with different straps – with a stainless steel bracelet, rubber straps in different colors (all matching the dial of course) or vintage leather straps. While the latter are definitely highly attractive may a rubber strap be the better choice for the regular diver because of its high resistance to saltwater.

Tudor Heritage Black Bay

The Tudor Heritage Black Bay derives its overall lines and its domed crystal from the brand’s first divers’ watch, the Submariner launched in 1954. It also ownes its ancestors domed dial. It’s winding crown is a nod to the model presented in 1958. The characteristic angular Hands of the Heritage Black Bay which are known as “snowflakes”, were seen from 1969 to the early 1980s. And now there’s a new version. The Heritage Black Bay was originally released in red, then in blue and now it is available in black.


This dive watch was released for the fist time in 2012, in 2013 it won the Grand Prix d-Horlogerie de Genève in 2013. This model excites because with its design it’s back to the roots. The dream of every vintage watch lover. This tool can be used every day, it not only can be but should be taken to the pool, on the beach and diving. This is what the Tudor Heritage Black Bay is made for.

b05d562a67aaf92a070a89820ef76d50The dial is black and protected by a domed sapphire crystal. The watch features hours, minutes and seconds but no date. The steel case is 41 mm in diameter with a polished and satin finish. The steel bezel is unidirectional rotatable and matt black, matt blue or matt burgundy red with silver printing. The screw-down crown, also known as “Big Crown” is engraved with the tudor rose and it’s colour matches the one of the bezel.

The Tudor Heritage Black Bay is powered by a self-winding mechanical movement, the Tudor calibre 2824. This calibre provides a power reserve of approximately 38 hours.

The Tudor Heritage Black Bay comes with a steel bracelet or an aged leather strap. Additionally there is a fabric strap available. And every watch from this collection is waterproof up to 200 metres. It’s a diver’s watch after all.

For more information visit tudorwatch.com