Franck Muller
Skafander

Skafander 43
SKF43SCDTBRNRTT3

Aside from standard scuba diving apparatus that allows for casual to relative deepwater diving, there was one major piece of equipment that broke down the barriers of conventional human diving limits: the Skafander. Being the first protective full-pressure suit created in the 1930s for navy divers, the Skafander was an essential contraption for deep sea exploration. Likewise, Franck Muller’s Skafander broke new ground with its debut as the world’s first tonneau-shaped diving watch.

Product Reference
SKF43SCDTBRNRTT3
Movement
Self-winding, Power reserve 42 hours
Display
Hours, minutes, seconds & date
Case Material
Blackened Titianium
Case Color
Black
Dial Color
Blackened titanium with vertical graining
Band Type
Strap
Strap/Bracelet Material
Rubber
Strap/Bracelet Color
Green
Dimensions
43mm (w) × 52mm (l)
Caseback
Blackened Titanium
Water-Resistant
100 metres

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