The Bloxworth Range

A classic 'tech-diver' chronograph designed for those who like a little more function, the Bloxworth is a true go-anywhere, do-anything watch.

Its Swiss-made 13-jewel chronograph movement has a three-year battery life (subject to how much the stopwatch function is used ) and is secured inside our proprietary shock-absorbing steel movement housing. The 44mm diameter case is pebble-like so it wears beautifully even on smaller wrists and is machined from solid 316L marine-grade stainless steel.

 

 

Case finishes include matt black, bead blasted gunmetal, tungsten PVD, and brushed / polished stainless steel. Rugged 2.8mm hardened and tempered anti-reflective mineral crystal is fitted for clear vision in all conditions and long life performance.

The dial, hands and 0-20 markers on the bezel of certain models are flooded with long-lasting Superluminova luminous detailing for outstanding legibility.

 

 

The outer edge of the divers bezel is machined with deep castellations for excellent grip. It’s unidirectional rotation (anticlockwise) ensures that only a shorter remaining time will be indicated when it’s being used for timing if it should be accidentally knocked. The crown and push-buttons are knurled for superior grip in harsh conditions.

The caseback is bolted down, not threaded, because it's the best way of holding the shock-absorbing movement housing accurately inside the case, sealing the case back and ensuring the logo is presented in perfect alignment.

 

Every watch is individually pressure tested to 150m twice during construction then placed in a water-filled pressure vessel that’s cranked up to 200m. It’s a tough test every one of our watches must pass before being declared fit for use.

Bloxworth watches work well with our solid stainless bracelets, each one fitted with a micro extending divers extension buckle but are equally at home with rubber, leather canvas or webbing straps.  Dress them up or down with a strap change that’s made easy with the fitment of solid steel screw in strap bars.

 

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