The watch boasts a divers bezel with two-tone black and blue ceramic inlay and elapsed dive-time scale in bold silver numerals. The case is fitted with an automatic helium-escape valve making it suitable for saturation diving. It has a water-resistance of up to 500 meters, 1640 feet, 50atm. Its hands and dial markers are treated with blue-glowing BGW9 SuperLuminova. It is powered by a CFB 1950.1 caliber, automatic C.O.S.C. certified chronometer.
At 45 mm plus all the goodies mentioned in the earlier paragraph makes this a desirable piece from visual, design and technological perspectives. Its 4 mm thick Sapphire crystal should be able to take the strain of the water pressure and the modest 38 hour power reserve should be sufficient for users.
I like the bracelet version. It looks more uniformed compared to the strap version.