WHAT TO DO IF YOU NEED TO CHECK YOUR TIME WHEN YOU'RE 1000 METRES DEEP?
In 2014 Ahmed Gabr set the new record when he scuba dived to a depth of 332 metres. His descent time was 15 minutes, but his ascent lasted for 13 hours, for him to decompress properly. If you're about to repeat this feat, you'll need to be checking your watch all the time. That's when new model Breitling Superocean 44 Special will surely help — it can "dive" to a depth of 1000 metres.