SIHH 2011: JeanRichard Titanium Diverscope
by Kyle Stults on November 10, 2010
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This is one sweet looking dive watch from JeanRichard.  JeanRichard is actually part of the Sowind Group, which is better known for its ownership of Girard-Perregaux.   The Obvious distinguishing feature of the new JeanRichard Diverscope Titanium is its sand-blasted titanium case.  The tonneau shaped case with round bezel is a signature of the Diverscope line.  Man does it look good, I’ll bet that this watch’s light weight defies its capability and value!

JeanRichard Titanium Diverscope

43mm sand-blasted titanium case, 300m water resistance, luminescent markers and hands, bidirectional inner rotating bezel, screw-down crowns; movement is the manufacture JR1000 (automatic); comes on a fabric+black rubber strap with sand-blasted steel folding buckle

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Note the “double opposing” crowns – the 3 o’clock crown is used to set the time and date, while the one situated at 9 o’clock can be used to adjust the internal bidirectional bezel, which records the dive time.   The crowns are also “screw-down”, to prevent unintentional adjustment.  The only oddity is that JeanRichard made the buckle out of stainless steel, not titanium like the case.  Well, that and also I might have put the unidirectional crown control bezel at the 3 o’clock position instead of 9 (easier access for me as a right-hander).  All in all, though, a cool looking watch.