Bow & Stern Abyss Automatic Dive Watch

Oct 22, 2018

Category: Style

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While the latest and greatest in gear and tech is certainly satisfying to acquire, we can’t help but consider the environmental implications of such. That’s where conscious-companies like Bow & Stern come in handy — a Sydney, Australia-based luxury watch brand that plants a new Blue Gum Eucalyptus Tree in the Annya State Forest for every watch sold.

Their newest offering, catered to styled outdoor enthusiasts spending time in and out of the water — dubbed the Bow & Stern Abyss Automatic Dive Watch — is certainly a timepiece worth adding to the collection. That’s because, in addition to their lifetime guarantee, each Abyss hosts an automatic 24 jewel movement to keep things ticking, a brushed 316L stainless steel bezel, sapphire crystal glass, and is waterproof to 200 meters. Plus, the nautically-themed minimalist Abyss comes available in either brushed silver, brushed gold, or matte black and is limited to only 1,200 editions. Available now.

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