There can be two variants of the Decompression Worldtimer accessible when the watch is launched subsequent week, one with a blue bezel that largely retains to the colour palette of the 2020 LE, and one other with a black bezel that has extra outstanding tones of orange and yellow within the decompression desk. Each variants have utilized hour markers and the identical handset, which incorporates a sharp dauphine model hour hand and a slim fencepost minute hand. The GMT hand is a contrasting pink in each circumstances, and the date window at 3:00 is lower in a retro impressed trapezoidal form.
Many fans may also be happy that this watch’s case will not be of the supersized selection that plagued the early Ocean Stars with the Caliber 80 motion. These are available at a manageable 40.5mm in diameter, with a case peak of 13.4mm. Different specs are pretty typical for a contemporary dive watch, together with 200 meters of water resistance, a screw down crown, and a sapphire crystal. It’s additionally price mentioning that the Caliber 80 motion makes use of a Nivachron stability spring that has develop into nearly customary for the Swatch Group, making the watch extremely proof against magnetism.
Mido refers to this launch as a “Particular Version,” and has not offered data on how restricted it could be, or if it will likely be produced serially. The Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer can be accessible for buy on March 15, and the retail value is $1,310. Mido