Briston introduces its first automatic diving watch


Briston has expanded its product portfolio to include a diving watch, the Clubmaster Diver.

The timepiece is built to resist a water pressure of up to 20 bars and is topped with an ultra-resistant domed glass and a screwed case back to guarantee water resistance.

Special attention has been given to the central hand of the seconds, which has an arrow shape, coated with Superluminova, ensuring an easy reading in the deep sea darkness, Briston said.


For the first time, Briston has incorporated Japanese automatic movement, manufactured by Seiko, the NH35, pledge of reliability and precision.

Briston has introduced the Clubmaster Diver on interchangeable straps, which correspond to the spirit of each one of the models in this collection.

The collection of straps includes the mustard yellow NATO strap, originally developed for her Gracious Majesty’s Navy divers in 1973.

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