Ningaloo Reef Diver

Duzu Watches are a Western Australian watch design studio founded by Wayne McCay. Their first watch, the Ningaloo Reef diver is a contemporary sports tool watch named after the World heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef off the North-West coast of Western Australia. The Ningaloo Reef Diver was launched on Kickstarter on June 05th 2018 and is available for preorder now.

Duzu Watches – Ningaloo Reef Diver

The Ningaloo Reef Diver features several features that set it aside from the crowded Kickstarter dive-watch marketplace: thew case has a skeletonised architectural styling that references the structural formations of coral reefs. The 316L stainless steel watch case is finished in a combination of brushed and bead-blasted finishes. The 120 click uni-directional bezel has a lumed matt ceramic inlay and a 4mm thick AR coated domed sapphire crystal protects the matte black sandwich dial. The caseback has a deep engraved brand logo and instead of the usual screw-back, it is secured to the case with six machine screws.

Ningaloo Reef Diver Specs

The Ningaloo Reef Diver watch is powered by a Japanese Miyota 9015 movement, well-loved by microbrands for its accuracy and reliability. The leather straps are finished with white stitching and a brushed stainless steel buckle – with the usual spring bars replaced with stainless steel screw bars, another engineering feature that sets this watch apart form the crowd and gives it the feel of a tough, functional and dependable tool.

Buy a Ningaloo Reef Diver

The Ningaloo Reef is currently being offered for preorder on Kickstarter at a discount price:

  • 460AUD (approx. £260) – super early bird special, limited to just 25 pieces (All Gone)
  • 510AUD (approx. £285)- early bird special, limited to just 75 pieces
  • 590AUD (approx. £330) – Kickstarter price
  • 720AUD (approx. £405) – full retail price after campaign end

If you want one of these rugged-looking dive watches, then act quickly to secure the preorder pricing. The Ningaloo Reef Diver Kickstarter campaign page URL is

By Mike Richmond

Mike spends what little spare time he has writing for WRUK; and what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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