is a brand in the Sowind Group and thus related to Girard-Perregaux. JeanRichard tends to offer more sporty (at least in the US) watches compared to GP, and certainly and slight better values. Though both brands have their fare share of classy timepieces as well as activity themed ones. The Diverscope has the mainstay of JeanRichard's dive-themed watch collection for a while and is really a fantastic timepiece. I would go so far as to say that it is an under-appreciated timepiece in terms of its popularity versus design and quality. So if you want a good looking sport watch that is dive themed, offers something unique, has a high-pedigree, and not everyone else has.... then a JeanRichard Diverscope is a good option.
Coming up is this all titanium version of the watch - being the most "military" in style of the whole range. The 43mm wide case (also 43mm tall) is done in a sand-blasted titanium, and the color of the inner rotating bezel and dial has been made to match the titanium color. Attached to the watch is an anthracite gray fabric strap that is neat looking as paired with the almost cushion style of the case. Case is water resistant to 300 meters.
Being very easy to read, the Diverscope dials are an interesting mix of style and legibility. Detailing is really impressive, and the subtle uses of colors on the dials is impressive. Inside each JeanRichard Diverscope watch is an in-house made JR1000 automatic movement. The downside of Diverscope watches? Probably the price. These aren't flashy watches, but with their in-house movements, the modern Diverscope models are way above $5,000 in price.
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