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Timex Launches Its Latest Diver Watch—the Tiburón Automatic

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Jesudunsin David
Timex Launches Its Latest Diver Watch—the Tiburón Automatic

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Timex is one of the most trusted names in watchmaking and continues to build on its rich heritage with the launch of the Tiburón Automatic. This nautical-style diver watch is made from shock and corrosion-resistant stainless steel and arrives with premium features like a gunmetal case, ceramic lunette, a vibrant red Diver Down Flag dial, Super-LumiNova in-fill for optimal visibility in low-light conditions, and a scratch-resistant and anti-reflective sapphire crystal with date magnifier. The Tiburón Automatic also features a Japanese automatic movement that eliminates the need for batteries, a synthetic rubber strap with a quick-release spring, and a special slip-thru sport closure for a comfortable and secure fit on the wrist and a tucked-away look that complements the watch’s overall aesthetic.

Timex says this is a watch to “conquer the depths,” and with 200M water resistance on the Tiburón Automatic, it is suitable for a variety of activities, including swimming and diving, provided you don’t press any buttons underwater.


At a glance

Type: Dive watch
Case Size: 44mm x 14mm
Lug Width: 20mm
Water Resistance: 200M
Materials: Stainless steel, soft silicone strap, sapphire crystal, Super-LumiNova
Movement: Japanese automatic
Complications: Date with magnifier
Price: $349


The Tiburón Automatic is available now on Timex’s website.

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