LIMES parent company Ickler has been in the watch making business since 1924. With over 90 years of craftsmanship in the watch industry, the quality of the Limes divers shows what years of watch making can deliver. Recently Limes has released new versions of their Endurance Divers.
On the LIMES Neptune polished elements were added while keeping the original Ickler diver case. The luminous hands are nicely polished and the edges of the brushed bezel have also been polished. The case is 41.2mm wide and 12.6mm think. It has a 120 click unidirectional bezel. The depth rating is an impressive 100ATM or approx 3389 feet. Were talking technical diving level here.
There were some small changes to the Endurance, now the Endurance II. The watch hands have also been polished and the date window has been moved down the the 6 position. The case is 41.5mm wide and 12.5mm thick. Bezels are 120 click, unidirectional, and come with blue or clack inserts. Depth rating is a recreational 30atm or approx 1000 feet..
Both watch look to have a good amount of Lume which ever diver needs. They are both powered by the reliable Sellitta SW200-1. They are both priced the same at $1016 for rubberized leather strap version and $1123 for the stainless steel bracelet with divers extension. These are are two watches I would love to bring down into the depths of the ocean or also maybe just wear to work.
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