The Daniel JeanRichard manufacture have announced the arrival of their latest model in the Diverscope series. The new JeanRichard Diverscope JR1000 Goldwaters is an impressive piece with a lot of presence.
It's robust 43mm case and bezel are constructed in stainless steel and then coated in vulcanised rubber to offer almost complete scratch resistance as well as creating an imposing impression on the wrist. To contrast aginst the matte black finish of the watch, the screw-in crowns are made from 18Kt pink gold and are book-ended with sturdy protective shoulders which, like the caseback are made from PVD-coated titanium.
The two opposing crowns allow for normal time and date correction/setting (at the 3 o'clock position) and the other (at the 9) to operate the sub-crystal uni-directional rotating bezel, so enabling the wearer to adjust the position of the 60-minute dive scale.
The Manufacture claims a high degree of legibility for the JeanRichard Diverscope JR1000 Goldwaters in low visibility environments with dial features such as luminescent indices, numerals and hands.
The new JeanRichard Diverscope JR1000 Goldwaters manages to successfully marry the attributes of the stylish, rugged men's sports watch with those of the serious diver's watch with a depth range of 300M/1000ft .
The new piece is sold with both a rubber strap and also a rubber-coated alligator strap.