As the go-to brand for diving enthusiasts, New York-based Deep Blue is a leading manufacturer of the dedicated automatic dive watch. They are a product of choice for professional divers looking for accuracy, precision, and reliability in environments where failure can mean the difference between life and death. The modern aesthetic and design of Deep Blue’s collections mean the watches are just as desirable for use on dry land as they are at sea.
The Master chronograph range is water-resistant at 1000 feet, while the popular black dial automatic Daynight series with tritium tube technology and durable PVD coating is water-resistant up to 1,650 feet. The impressive build quality of Deep Blue watches embodies the company motto of "precision diver" to deliver solid, reliable timepieces.
Established in New York City in 2007, Deep Blue has quickly become a favorite among professional divers and military personnel. Deep Blue is unique in the horology industry because it specializes in selling diver watches designed function, instead of watches that simply emulate the look in the name of fashion. Deep Blue’s design philosophy is "form follows function." This ensures all Deep Blue timepieces are accurate and reliable. With watches that are water-resistant from depths of 300 to 3000 meters, dependability on the highest quality material is paramount. In every case, Deep Blue strives to ensure the business and its products continue to embody four founding principles: customer service, quality, value, and dependability.
The Master automatic diver watch is one of Deep Blue’s bedrock series. The stainless steel case is water-resistant up to 1,000 feet and features a unidirectional rotating aluminum bezel with analog dial, seconds, hour, and date display at the 3 o’clock position. To ensure a secure band when underwater, the Master is available in a silicone strap or silver-tone and black coated PVD-finish bracelet that's operated with a push-button release. Powered by the TMI Caliber NH35, the world’s most popular automatic movement, the series has a reserve of 41 hours. The Master provides precision and accuracy when it matters most.
Deep Blue’s watches include the latest technical developments in horology, making them popular for professional divers. The Daynight series of timepieces feature innovative tritium tube gaseous technology that uses radio-luminescence to produce low-intensity light in poor lighting conditions. Deep Blue also incorporates Super-LumiNova to provide high-contrast illumination of the hands and hour markers on many of its watches—ideal when you’re 300 meters underwater.
Although Deep blue watches are primarily designed for use underwater, their classic designs alongside contemporary styling can also take the wearer to the workplace or a night out on the town. A dazzling array of colored bezels and dials provide a fashionable choice of looks. The collection of chronograph watches also includes series for women, such as the delicate Sea Princess Diver and the bolder Lizzy Blue. However, many of Deep Blue’s watches are suitable for him and for her.