Emile Chouriet sees red for latest model in its Challenger Deep dive watch family


Standing out in the increasingly crowded sports watch market is not easy, but independent watchmaker Emile Chouriet has come up with a visually striking style for its latest Challenger Deep model.

The watch has a graduated dial that draws the eye to a dark red centre that fades to black towards its black ceramic bezel.

Red was selected by studying colourful coral reefs, the company says, a natural habitat for the 300 metre water resistant watch that can be worn on a diver’s rubber strap or man about the office steel bracelet.


It houses an Emile Chouriet modified ETA 2825 automatic movement (Calibre EC9316) in a 42.5mm stainless steel case.

The version with a rubber strap costs £1,310 ($1500) while the steel bracelet model goes for £1,380.

Emile Chouriet is widely distributed in Europe and Asia but does not yet have representation in the United States.

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