Two short years after Titoni rose from obscurity, it – one of the few Swiss watch brands still family-run, whose history goes back several decades – has struck again!
When SeaScoper launched in 2020 it came as a surprise to many of us; What this amazing diver came up with with its internal movement –
An honestly underrated (perhaps underachieving is better) Swiss watch brand whose name is known but often dismissed.
With the release of the amazing SeaScoper 600, the Titoni brand has had a renaissance of sorts, which has finally brought them attention after some time and indeed a new generation of fans.
Now Titoni Seacopper 600 is building on their success with the release of a new high-tech companion model, the Seacopper 600 CarbonTech, and it does not disappoint!
Meet Titoni’s latest diver’s watch, the COSC-certified SeaScoper 600 CarbonTech. Tough to wear and extremely comfortable, it makes a compelling proposition for all divers, both desk and pros alike.
The new SeaScoper 600 CarbonTech is powered by Titoni’s T10 in-house, manufactured movement made of forged carbon.
This makes it not only very strong, but also very light. The material is hypoallergenic AKA skin friendly, perfectly waterproof and durable.
This gives the watch a casual and sporty look, but if you want to draw some real attention there is a model with blue dial indications or rainbow colored markers.
In the watch box set, a strap made of ocean plastic is also included. It allows you to choose between the beautiful striped NATO depending on your mood.
Watches like the SeaScoper 600 CarbonTech are the epitome of high-tech watchmaking with their carbon cases and in-house movements and usually come with a decent price tag.
But with an MSRP of 2’885 USD, the new SeaScoper 600 CarbonTech offers the best level of value in this segment.
The high-quality carbon used for the SeaScoper case is used in the motor racing and aerospace industries, due to its high elasticity and incredible weight.
Thoughts? The blue accented variant with its blue striped NATO is a real looker. what do you think