Free diving champion and ambassador of DeLaCour brand Pierre Frolla recently showed how to use Promess Reef Saver diving watch. In a single breath, Frolla can dive to a depth of about 80 meters, and this is with neither breathing apparatus nor diving equipment. This depth is not a problem for DeLaCour’s latest Promess Reef Saver, as the watch has a maximum water resistance of 500 meters.
DeLaCour Promess Reef Saver
The sturdy PVD titanium case and rubber strap ensure that the watch will perform optimally in any harsh environment without any threat of oxidation. The unidirectional rotation at 2 o’clock The inner bezel shows the time of the dive and is operated by a separate crown (this feature is very important for any dive watch, but it is also important for free divers, because Say, every second must be counted).
The function of this watch as a daily wear is to have a date display window with a zoom function at the 3 o’clock position, at the same time can clearly read the minutes around the dial, and has excellent luminous visibility underwater.
The 55mm Reef Saver is equipped with a DC 261 self-winding movement and has a power reserve that can last 42 hours. There are two versions of this watch to choose from, 18k red gold bezel and PVD titanium bezel, and each version is limited to 88 pieces.
Pierre Frolla broke his own record at this year’s Formula 1 Grand Prix Monaco, touching the sea floor without any breathing equipment, and diving more than 100 meters deep. This year’s Monaco Grand Prix race has a unique checkered flag. This flag is preserved on the 60-meter-deep sea floor. It was brought back to the ground by Pierre Frolla on the eve of the Monaco race, and all Formula 1 racers are here. The name was signed and the flag was subsequently auctioned with a DeLaCour Reef Saver watch, an event aimed at contributing to peace and sports charities.