Reverie Diver Watch

Watches are, of course, a highly subjective item and down to a matter of taste but there is one type of timepiece which seems to unite everyone in terms of being the sort of accessory you’d happily have on your wrist – namely, the dive watch. For those men seeking a striking new watch for their wrist this summer and who have an eye for a bargain, you’ll want to sit up and take notice of the Reverie Dive Watch which ticks both these boxes.

The Reverie Dive Watch is available for the pre-order pricing of just $360 right now – down from the intended retail price of $500 – so it doesn’t just represent excellent value for money, it is also one of the coolest looking underwater adventure watches we’ve seen in a while here at The Coolector. Combining elegant design language with the utilitarian nature of the dive watch, it’s easy to see why this diver is making waves in the world of watchmaking.

Ready for any Adventure

With the Reverie Dive Watch you can expect a svelte timepiece which is capable of withstanding the rigours of underwater exploration and looking the part whilst it does it. It boasts a 316L Stainless Steel Case with 20ATM water resistance which will be more than enough for any excursions into the deep blue sea you have planned. It has a 120-click unidirectional rotating bezel and you can choose from a traditional dive bezel (which measures elapsed time up to 1 hour) or 12-hour bezel (which tracks time in another time-zone).

The Reverie Dive Watch (pre-order price of $360) is crafted from mighty impressive components considering the wallet friendly price tag it possesses. This includes a premium Miyota 9039 Japanese automatic movement with 42 hours power reserve, hacking seconds and high 4Hz frequency which means you can expect to see a smooth sweeping seconds hand on your wrist. The movement is pattern engraved on the rotor as a tribute to the movement’s Japanese roots and the watch’s diving theme. Historically, ‘Seigaiha’ symbolised resilience and fortune. 

Boasting a Guilloché dial, you can pick from four dial colours with the Reverie Dive Watch – namely, navy blue, moss green, warm grey and burgundy – so you’re sure to be able to find one that tallies with your own style sensibilities. It has two types of Super-LumiNova – BGW9 (blue) on the hands and C3 (green) on the markers – which aids reading the time in the dark or underwater.

Top Class Components

Considering you can get your hands on this watch for as little as $360 belies just how excellent its components and craftsmanship are. The Reverie Dive Watch has scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with AR-coating which minimises glare when telling the time and the bracelet includes a 6mm taper for comfort, micro-adjustability allowing you to resize the bracelet up to 11mm on-the-go and a quick-release pin allowing you to change straps without tools.

Limited to just 125 pieces per colourway, this fantastic looking Reverie Dive Watch is likely to positively fly off the shelves – especially when you throw the introductory pricing into the mix. Each watch comes with a travel roll as well which fits up to four watches which is a mighty pleasing added extra to this already awesome purchase. Need a new dive watch without breaking the bank? Look no further.

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.