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PostSubject: Ressence new Type-5 Diver   Mon Apr 18, 2016 1:56 pm

Have you checked this one out guys?

The Ressence Type-5 is said to be "the first mechanical watch to be perfectly readable underwater
regardless of the viewing angle." With the watch actually getting a lot of it's ideas from the Sea Turtle,
and it's shape, and way it can move through water also.

The watch has a uni-directional bezel, Grade-5 Titanium case, and weighs only 87 grams. It actually
has two halves, including the upper chamber with oil filled ROCS 5, and also lower, dry chamber with
specially modified ETA 2824.

Everything from seconds to hours, to the oil temperature are seen in the patented revolving discs.
With the oil not only helping with underwater pressure, but also keeping the different components
lubricated. Even micro magnets are used to help transmit minute information from the ETA 2824
to the ROCS. (Ressence Orbital Convex System)

The new Type-5 will come in two variations. With the TYPE-5B having a black dial, and satin/polished
titanium, and the TYPE-5BB having an all black DLC coated case. It's case-back can even wind, and set
the watch. While it's Ressence Compression Lock System (RCLS) can 'lock', and 'set' the gasket. Helping
give the watch 100 meter water resistance.

You can find out a ton more at OceanicTime, and Ressence watches...

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A few pictures for you also...








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