Shark Master 1000M is Sector’s strongest timepiece since its case construction resists water pressure up to outstanding 1,000 meters (3,300 feet). This mind-blowing diving watch is characterized by high quality and extensive range of useful features.
The boldly looking timepiece is available with an imposing 46 mm case crafted from top-grade stainless steel treated with black PVD coating. The round case incorporates a black PVD bezel with a unidirectional rotating tachymeter scale which can be used for a dive time indication. Set on the left side, the masculine case also includes a screw down crown and an additional crown for turnable inner ring. Its outstanding durability is also provided with a screw down case back.
Shark Master 1000M is powered by a Swiss made ETA 2824 automatic movement which is built on 25 jewels. Its precision and reliability have also been insured by a helium escape valve, which provides functionality for professional divers operating at great depths for the prolonged periods of time.
This brand’s masterpiece from the Marine Collection is attached to a comfortable black rubber strap. Sector offers two variants of Shark Master 1000M. The exceptional model R3221178025 has a sleek black dial with a blue diver figure set between four and five o’clock positions. This symbol properly reveals to whom this watch is intended. And if you accidentally forget what date is, do not worry – a date window is available at the six o’clock position.
The more striking model R3251178025 features a two-toned black and gray dial with a wave pattern running across it. It features two blue colored brand’s logos printed on both sides near the case, as well as blue accented details included on the tachymeter scale. This model includes a date window as well. The right date is available at the four o’clock position.
No matter which model you choose, the retail price of this diving watch is on the higher side for Sector – about $1,250.
Since Sector is closely associated with sports, particularly extreme sports, this Shark Master is dedicated to the most successful free diver, Patrick Musimu. Born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, this 31-year-old diver has approached the discipline of free diving relatively late. Regardless that fact, six years ago, he cracked the previous “No Limit” world record in freediving, by diving to 209 meters of depth without the use of a breathing apparatus. Also, he is able to hold his breath for more than 8 minutes and 33 seconds (he has a lung capacity of 9 liters).
Musimu plans to explore new human boundaries below 200 meters in partnership with Sector. This event will probably take place in Italy.