RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch

RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch

RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases

I have no idea what manner of space robot warrior fighter is supposed to wear a watch like this. Now as a limited edition model with two camouflage dial options, the RSW Diving Tool watch gets even more distinct. I originally wrote about the RSW Diving Tool watch here when it first came out.

A bit larger than the Bell & Ross BR01, this piece takes the military square style watch a few steps further and offers something that would seem pretty suitable as a prop in Avatar. The steel case is 46.2mm wide (16.45mm thick) and offered in a brushed finish or in PVD black. The dial background colors include camo "woodland" and camo "oceanic" in the newer pixelated camouflage style. It makes for a fun and cartoony look, especially for those who want to look at their watches and smirk.

RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases

As a diving watch the piece has a nice looking dial with very legible hands. I love that massive minute hand and the hour markers, those are clever in their design in my opinion. The case has a rotating bezel and is water resistant to 300 meters with a sapphire crystal. It might also act as a diving weight! No, not really. You might be asking yourself, "why does a diving watch need camouflage?" Well, it doesn't. Not in the least, but it is sorta cool. And if you are diving with a camo watch then you  know that maybe, just maybe, it will be useful on one of your weekend warrior missions in the brush.

Inside the RSW Diving Tool Camo watches is a Swiss ETA 2824-2 automatic movement. Pretty standard, but fine. I think that the price of these watches is actually quite fair, and if you recall these Camo versions of the Diving Tool watches are limited edition pieces. According to RSW there will be 49 pieces for each dial - I don't know if that means 49 total, or 49 for the PVD versions, and PVD for the naked steel versions. The limited edition number of the collection is right on the dial. Note how the watch render below is a mistake because they use the Camo three-hand dial on an RSW Diving Tool Chronograph watch case.

RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases

RSW will offer the Diving Tool Camo watches (reference family # 7130) in a Pelican-style case with a rubber strap, NATO-style strap, and a matching camo Swiss pocket knife. Just don't drop the pocket knife in the wrong terrain or you may never find it again. Prices are pretty reasonable at 2,245 Swiss Francs for the steel Camo versions and 2,345 Swiss Francs for the PVD black steel Camo versions.

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RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases
RSW Nazca G Power Reserve 49mm Automatic ChronoSRPCHF4650 New
$1,999.00
Time Remaining: 14h 54m
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RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases
RSW Nazca G Power Reserve 49mm Automatic ChronoSRPCHF4650 New
$1,999.00
Time Remaining: 14h 54m
Buy It Now for only: $1,999.00
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RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases
RSW Nazca G 49mm Automatic Chrono SRP CHF 2890 New Unworn
$1,699.00
Time Remaining: 14h 54m
Buy It Now for only: $1,699.00
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RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases
RSW Nazca G 49mm Automatic Chrono SRP CHF 2690 New Unworn
$1,699.00
Time Remaining: 14h 54m
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New Genuine RSW Wonderland Round 6025BSS01D1 Women Diamond Watch NIB
$3,169.38
Time Remaining: 15h 22m
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RSW Diving Tool Camo Limited Edition Watch   watch releases
RSW Nazca 44 mm Automatic Chrono SRP CHF 2595 New Unworn
$1,699.00
Time Remaining: 15h 31m
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7 comments
AtSeaWatch
AtSeaWatch

Okay, so it's not my cup of tea, but it is different. The legibility of the blue model is far from stellar, but the woodland one is pretty readable. The PVD model with a black dial is pretty cool.

You can't fault RSW for making a go at the chunky diver market. The line is bold, distinctive, and pretty reasonably priced. The case can't be the easiest to manufacture. Three grand may not be super cheap, but it's only a fraction of what Hublot is charging for it's most basic diver.

bichondaddy
bichondaddy

Well....I thought Invicta had the market for the Camo look....I know that you can get one of theirs for under $300 all day long on ebay. Even though I prefer larger, bold watches myself...since I am 6'6"...these are just a bit too bold for me. All I can say is good luck....$3 grand is just way too much for this watch.

Ulysses31
Ulysses31

The RSW Tool did you say? It's aptly named in describing the clientele who'd buy this watch. Camouflage is eye-searingly unpleasant to look at and intended to confuse the eye so not the best choice for a watch dial. Apart from that this thing is huge. I actually like somewhat big angular watches but the "more is better" philosophy doesn't work. Pansar of Sweden are the guys to ask if you want a big metal lump of a watch that isn't vulgar.

Russ Schwenkler
Russ Schwenkler

Is RSW an acronym for Really Stupid Watch? This makes the ridiculously large and overt Invictas look classy. Asking $3K for this is delusional.

r_s_g
r_s_g

These are atrocious. I thought you were going to say these were $300-400. I can't believe these are $2500. What nonsense.

reifenup
reifenup

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SuperStrapper
SuperStrapper

@r_s_g They aren't. That is $2500CHF, so you're actually creeping closer to $3k.

Put that in your pipe and smoke it.