Video: Introducing The Favre-Leuba Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth
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Video: Introducing The Favre-Leuba Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth

Favre-Leuba CEO Thomas Morf sits down with Watchonista to discuss the Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth. Which marks the 50th Anniversary of the original inspiration.

By Watchonista

The original Favre-Leuba Bathy featured a central hand that allowed the measuring of depth. The new model, the Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth is the latest innovation out of the brand’s Zug Switzerland manufacture.
 

Favre-Leuba Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth

The new Bathy 120 MemoDepth takes its name because of its central purpose/function. The measuring of depth. Mr. Morf will explain this in the video, but essentially, the watch features an internal gauge that ingresses water while keeping the movement safe in a sealed membrane. The pressure of the water outside causes a sensor to constrict and release and thus accurately display the time. The depth gauge measures to 120 meters, which lends to the model name of the watch.
 

Favre-Leuba Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth

All of this wizardry is done mechanically, which is a rare feat indeed. There’s also a memory function which can store your past dive depths. Truly a boundary pushing timepiece that deserves to be explored. Priced at CHF 8,500.

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With the collaboration of Favre-Leuba

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Introducing the Favre-Leuba Raider Bathy 120 MemoDepth with CEO Thomas Morf