Bulgari Diagono Scuba: The perfect instrument to wear under and above the water
A statement maker
Bulgari Diagono Scuba has had a fruitful history: It was introduced in 1994 and practically rewrote the standards for casual chic watches. An emblem of the epicurean lifestyle, the Diagono Scuba isn't merely another diver's watch—its distinct aura of Italian refinement allows it to be a favourite on the decks of racing sailboats and yachts, and its metal bracelet or rubber strap are both seamlessly versatile for evening cocktails and dinner settings.
Bulgari's Diagono Scuba takes on two new interpretations this summer that will pique the interest of diving enthusiasts. Equipped with the Solotempo self-winding Manufacture BVL 191 calibre, the watch has an excellent range features of a diver's watch, including water resistance of up to 300 metres, a unidirectional ratcheted bezel to measure dive and decompression times, along with sizable hour-markers for greater legibility. The Diagono Scuba also pays tribute to the house's Italian heritage with a steel case, an on-trend deep blue rubber strap and also a steel-link bracelet for those who prefer to don it for evening wear. Whether you are aiming to attend a formal professional event in Portofino or a scuba-diving trip in the Carribean, the Diagono Scuba is one refined technical instrument coupled with the ingenuity of a luxe accessory that you might like.