Introducing the Ocean Crawler Core Diver

Ocean Crawler Core Diver

The Ocean Crawler core diver launches on October 5th. Find out more about this new Swiss Dive Watch from the New York-based watch company.

Introducing the Ocean Crawler Core Diver

We were first attracted to the Ocean Crawler Core Diver by the cool blue, white and orange colour scheme. It’s a popular choice, which we first came across in the Tudor Heritage Chrono. This is a diver with a case reminiscent of the recent Seiko Prospex dive watches and a bold orange and blue dial that has a nod to the 1970s but also looks utterly contemporary. Both a leather strap and a shark mesh bracelet are included with each watch, to change style as often as you like. Shark mesh is a popular choice for dive watches, being comfortable to wear, very adjustable and more practical for immersion in salt water than leather.

The watches come with a five-year guarantee, which is up there with the best in class such as Christopher Ward, and the regulated Swiss Sellita movement is a high-quality, reliable and accurate choice. The watch ticks all the other boxes that indicate quality, including a very impressive 600-metre depth rating for serious diving, and we really look forward to seeing the finished product.

Ocean Crawler Core Diver – Specifications

Case Diameter (excluding crown): 44mm
Case Thickness: 15.7mm, Lug-To-Lug: 50mm, Lug Width: 22mm
Case Material: 316L SS.
External Bezel: Unidirectional Rotating Sapphire Bezel with 120 Clicks and BGW9 markers
Movement: Sellita Sw 200
Movement Accuracy. +/- 5 seconds/day in 3 positions
Water Resistance: 600 meters, 2000-feet or 60 ATM
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations per hour

Buy an Ocean Crawler Core Diver

Ocean Crawler will open pre-sales on October 5th 2 PM EST (that’s 1900 UK time) and watch is expected to be delivered November 30th. Sign up at Ocean Crawler’s website for more details or to preorder your watch. There are only 83 pieces in each colour, so get in quick if you fancy one! Pricing details have not yet been released.

Author: Mike Richmond

Usually found skulking around eBay or the International Watch League forum, Mike writes for a living and spends what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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