The new Diagono Scuba by Bulgari you can spot from a mile away
Staying true to its identity as a diver, the Diagono Scuba boldly dives off the colour spectrum and lands in a splash of vivid shades for their three new variations. The diving model now comes in punchy yellow and orange colourways, and a pristine white. First launched in 1994, the Diagono Scuba has retained its position as Bulgari's sportiest offering. The high-performance diver's watch is water-resistant to 300 metres and is a favourite of sea lovers and watersports enthusiasts alike.
Their gallantry in pushing boundaries and reinterpreting classics stems from their passionately Italian DNA. Interestingly, in their unabashed vigor lies a certain ease. The three new timepieces are case in point. Designed to accompany each rendition of the vulcanised rubber straps is a stainless steel case with a satin-brushed finish, luminescent rhodium-plated hands coated with Super-LumiNova and an immaculate dial in the same colour.
As they occupy a reasonable 41mm of wrist-estate with a thickness of only 10.75mm, the Diagono Scuba's appeal has been known to extend beyond its intended market — catching the eyes of ladies who seek a water-resistant model with more elegance in character in place of instruments made for professional divers.
Style points aside, quality and performance are of no compromise when overseen by Bulgari. Building from a heritage in Rome-based jewellery spanning 130 years and substantial experience in Swiss haute horlogerie, pure precision in the form of the Calibre Solotempo BVL191 (a self-winding movement developed and assembled in-house), a 42-hour power reserve and the 28,800 vibrations per hour frequency puts the Diagono Scuba within the ranks of resolutely exceptional watches.