CX Swiss Military 20.000FT World Record

The CX Swiss Military Watch ™ 20.000 FEET reaches into a new, hitherto unthinkable dimension of water resistance and is the world’s first and only serial mechanical diving watch water resistant to an incredible 20’000 feet or 6’000 meters – certified by the GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS as the world record holder since 2009! But not enough – in order to comply with ISO norm 6425 we constructed the watch to be water resistant to 7’500 meters, resulting in the required 25% safety margin and annihilating Rolex’ world record of 2008 by an impressive 50%. A timepiece like no other, a technological breakthrough setting a new benchmark. The domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal is a solid 10mm thick and can withstand a pressure of 750kg – per square centimeter. The 20’000 FEET is limited to 1’000 pieces only and comes in a heavy-duty wooden gift box including a rubber strap. A Tool for Professional Divers indeed!

Swiss Watch Specifications: CX Swiss Military Watch automatic chronograph 20’000 FEET, ETA cal. 7750 COSC Swiss Made automatic mvt., silver dial, titanium case/bracelet (length 200mm, width 24mm, safety butterfly buckle with diving extension), unidirectional two-tone bezel with full 60′ graduation and pre-select luminous marker as per ISO 6425, anti-magnetic ISO 764, screw-down crown/pushers, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, helium relief valve, additional rubber strap. Case: diameter 46.0 mm, thickness 28.5mm, 600atm water resistant ISO 6425. Weight: 265gr. HS-Code: 9102.2100.125. Guinness Book of World Record holder for automatic diving watches

This model is available in 4 dials: Blue, Black, Silver and Yellow.

The ONLY Swiss Made Automatic Watch, to hold a WORLD RECORD in deep sea diving

Exclusively available on Swiss Watch Boutique

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