A Master Scuba Diver puts a few of modern watchmaking's best known dive watches through their paces.
Two black-coated, submarine steel U1s, and a civilian version of the limited edition made for Germany's special forces commandos.
Created for those who need both the Apple Watch and a traditional wristwatch on the same wrist.
Sinn celebrates its 55th year in business with the most complicated watch in its line-up, a split-seconds chronograph, albeit sensibly affordable one.
Sinn emerged the winner in a tender for a new wristwatch for the the German Navy's elite commando frogmen, who will now wear the UX S Kampfschwimmer.
Sinn gives its popular submarine steel a funky camouflage livery with a 500-piece limited edition. Details, including original photos and pricing, below.
The Sinn U212 (EZM16) is the brand's third oversized diver's watch made of submarine steel, and also the first one that's part of the regular collection.
With a case made of surface hardened and black coated Damascus steel, the Sinn 1800 S Damaszener is even more intriguing because the case and dial are a single piece of steel.
Sinn has just announced the Meisterbund I, a wristwatch with all its critical components made in Germany, a result of the brand's collaboration with fellow German suppliers SUG and UWD.