RAIDER BATHY 120 MEMODEPTH
Favre-Leuba prides itself on creating timepieces that attempt to “conquer extremes of nature”. Its original Bathy that launched in 1968 is believed to be the rst wristwatch to be equipped with a depth gauge. is year, marking Bathy’s 50th anniversary, the watchmaker has introduced the new Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth. Its technology is a complete upgrade from the original model. Separate from the mechanical movement, the watch features a depth gauge with several openings that allow water to seep inside. Once the water enters the separate chamber in the case back through the apertures, the membrane compresses and the pressure heightens.
e hand of the depth gauge reacts to this and displays the dive depth. Record of the maximum depth reached during a dive can be stored. Not a limited edition.