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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.

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