Redesigned and improved The JEANRICHARD DIVERSCOPE JR1000
Characteristics of the 1960s’ watches, a round opening in a square shape case, the revolving bezel and acidic colours: JEANRICHARD’s diving watch revival in a sixty flashback style. First and foremost designed for diving enthusiasts, the DIVERSCOPE JR1000 collection is water-resistant to 300 metres.
The new generously-proportioned 43x43 mm steel case is covered with black vulcanised rubber, a perfect setting for its opaline black and green dial, also available in a lime-blossom version. The two black PVD covered titanium crowns have clear and distinct functions. The crown at 3 o’clock activates the hours, minutes and seconds’ hands as well as the date setting; the crown at 9 o’clock is linked intrinsically to diving, as it controls the positioning of the bidirectional bezel - adjusting this ring on the case serves to record the diving time - The crowns are screwed for safety reasons, and contribute to the DIVERSCOPE JR1000’s ergonomics on the wrist.
Perfect combination of functionality and aesthetics, the DIVERSCOPE JR1000 is no less technical, as it is equipped for the first time in its history with the famous in-house self-winding mechanical movement. The declination of this movement again demonstrates the brand’s creativity and technical know-how. Designed to easily accommodate several complications, the JR1000 calibre can be supplemented by various modules providing virtually unlimited functions.
The watch is delivered with two straps, one in rubber and one in fabric with a Velcro fastening.