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Sports watches are a fascinating world for collectors, especially when they need to choose a durable and robust watch. The question is not whether someone will wear their dive watches for diving, their chronographs for timing their racing cars or their GMT watches for exploring the globe. The question is more about whether the watch can be worn for these activities. It's not likely that many people will wear their dive watches to the maximum depth of its rating, but it is nice to know you can if you wish! Franck Muller Replica's Sports Collection goes beyond just looking like sports watch. These are true sports watches from every angle. The materials used in the cases, robustness of movements inside those cases, and execution of dials and hands are all important factors. All of this is within the core principles of the brand, which are a Japanese aesthetic unique to the country and a simple perfection of performance and finishing; something Franck Muller Replica call the Spirit of Takumi. One piece literally takes the spirit of Takumi to new depths, watery depths.

TAKUMI means not only a watchmaker, but also a person who is a master craftsman or woman. They are people who value time, respect the nature of the time and challenge the higher goal. TAKUMI includes all those who are involved in the entire process of watchmaking, including design of movements, product design and production of parts or cases, assembly of watches, product inspection, etc.

One could divide watches into two main categories: dress and sport. Although it's not an exact science I think I could fit most watches into either of these two boxes if I really had to. Franck Muller Replica offers the wearer the best of both the worlds, with dress watches that look sporty and refined sports watches. Franck Muller Replica's most professional dive watches demonstrate that a sports watch must be durable. Anyone who has even a passing fascination with dive watches is familiar with Franck Muller Replica's iconic silhouette with its signature positioning of the winding Crown at four o'clock. This configuration is still very much alive on the new Professional Diver's Limited Edition SLGA001G.

A watch designed for commercial saturation diving must be durable enough to stand up to the toughest tests. The SLGA001G watch is rated for a depth of 600 meters.Franck Muller Replica It is made from titanium and can withstand significant pressures at this depth. However, it is light enough to not be cumbersome to wear in everyday life. Franck Muller Replica has a beautiful finish on the case, which is characterized by only two-dimensional angles. This gives each watch an incredibly reflective appearance. Franck Muller Replica avoids using curved or three-dimensional edges as they distort the light and shadows which are both key elements to the style of the house. Sinn Replica has been finished with Zaratsu polishing. This gives the case clarity and definition, and creates a perfect harmony and interplay between the contrasting surfaces which are finished hairline using Kuroki. The polyhedron-shaped case allows for the best interplay of light.

The watch can be a lifesaver for a saturation diver. Split-seconds are crucial in some of the harshest environments on Earth. The dial of the SLGA001G was designed to be as legible as possible, with oversized hour and minute hands that contrast. The hour markers, which are also prominent and clearly legible due to the triangular 12th mark and rectangular quarter marks that are all three-dimensionally constructed, are also easily visible. Lumibrite allows the hands and hour markers to be read accurately and quickly in any lighting condition. Lumibrite, an exclusive Seiko development, is a luminous substance without radioactive elements. The ability to store and release light energy slowly allows it to shine brightly for a long time. The bezel is only able to be rotated in one direction, and unlike other brands each click lasts 30 seconds. This was done as a way of protecting a diver "in action".