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OCEAN STAR DECOMPRESSION WORLDTIMER
Inspired by new horizons
The return of a legend
With its irresistible neo-vintage style, bright colours and cutting-edge technology, the new Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer revives the diving spirit of the 1960s while transporting watch connoisseurs towards new horizons.
Created in the 1960s, the innovative Ocean Star Skin Diver Watch used a multicoloured scale to display decompression times. Today, the Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer retains this vintage charm. The original decompression plate, the applied and polished original Mido logo, the bright colors, the sapphire crystal in a "glassbox" shape that is reminiscent of the plexiglas used at that time - are all elements inspired by a legendary timepiece.
The colorful face of the Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer pays tribute to the model created by Mido in 1961 and its innovative decompression scale function. The dial is dressed in the bright colours of the original model's table - an aesthetic nod to the legendary piece that is in no way intended to replace modern diving instruments. Depths are indicated at 12 o'clock: in meters (left) and in feet (right). Each coloured ring is assigned a scale - 25m (80 feet), 30m (95 feet), 35m (110 feet) and 40m (130 feet). The number corresponds to the depth at which the circle should be viewed by the diver. For example, at a depth of 25 to 29 meters, the first circle (yellow) should be consulted. In addition, each circle has a number 0 on it, the location of which varies from ring to ring. On the yellow circle, 0 is located near the 34th minute division of the dial, which means that at a maximum depth of 25 to 29 meters, the diver can remain at that depth for 34 minutes without needing to make a decompression stop during ascent.
GMT function and universal hour bezel
The Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer is equipped with a GMT function and a world time bezel to take you to new heights. A red arrow indicates the time of travel - in contrast to the flat diamond hour, minute and second hands. The rotating bezel, equipped with an aluminum ring, is marked in silver with the world's major cities. This will revive the diver's spirit of the 1960s to surf the frontiers, jet lag proof and deep underwater.
Water resistance and 80 caliber
Mido designed the Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer to withstand any conditions and to do it with flair. The screw-down case back and crown contribute to its water resistance of up to 200 metres and protect the calibre 80 from water damage. The extreme reliability of this Swiss automatic movement, counts on a generous power reserve of up to 80 hours and a Nivachron™ balance-spring – providing exceptional resistance to magnetism and shock, which makes it particularly durable.
One watch. Two styles.
With its included additional strap, the new Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer watch offers wrists a variation in style. Versatile and adding a sporty touch, the first is in textured navy blue or black rubber. An ingenious system allows you to change it "at the click of a button" for a second, more retro-style Milanese mesh strap.
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