Throughout the year 2019, freediver Nik Linder and his DAVOSA Argonautic Bronze have been on a world tour to not only collect personal impressions, but also to observe how the watch changes over time and what "impressions" it takes with them diverse trips and breathtaking dives. We asked Nik about his conclusion and asked him to give us a few impressions of the past year:
Advent and Christmas are approaching. For this occasion, we have again considered a special action. On every Sunday of Advent you can win a high-quality watch or accessoire on our social channels on Facebook and Instagram under the hashtag #davosaadvent2019.
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Nik Linder made his first big trip this year with our DAVOSA Argonautic Bronze Limited Edition (Ref. 161.581.55). In Mauritius he experienced fascinating dives with sperm whales. Here you get a small impression of the journey.
This year, together with Nik, we've come up with the idea of bringing our limited edition Argonautic Bronze as a companion throughout the year. Anyway, due to the material, each of the strictly limited watches has its own look and develops its own patina. But how does the surface of the Argonautic Bronze develop during regular dives with sharks, orcas or contact with salt and fresh water? All this will be exciting to watch in the coming months, which will be for Nik Linder, the most intense travel time of his previous diving life.
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