By TLex Borealis have unveiled details of a new 4000 meter diver! The new Borealis Seafarer II is their deepest diver, ever with double the water-resistance of the first SEAFARER model.

The Seafarer II has a 44mm (diameter) x 53mm (lug-to-lug) x 15.7mm (thick) x 24mm (lug-width) 316L Stainless steel case housing a Japanese made Citizen Miyota 9015 automatic movement.

Its dial is with Swiss Made BGW9/C3 SuperLuminova applied hands and markers. It will come on a 316L Stainless steel bracelet with precision adjustable divers buckle.

Main divers features of the watch include: a 120-click unidirectional rotational divers bezel with a Sapphire inlay and either BGW9 or C3 lume applied dive-time scale.

The bezel has a turbine-style grip that was inspired by Japy Watches. You have probably seen H2O Watches' Orca, which also has a SIMILAR Japy inspired turbine bezel.

To be honest, I am not so much a fan of the turbine look, but what really gets me excited is the watch's 4000 meters of water-resistance.

However if 4000M isn't deep enough for you? Check out these: 5000M, 6000M, 8000M, 12000M, 15000M (?)!

Further divers features of the Seafarer II include: a slightly domed Sapphire crystal with AR-coating on its inside and a thickness of 6mm, an automatic Helium Escape Valve and a screwdown crown and caseback with engraved mermaid and 2 Viton Gaskets.

Pre-order of the BOREALIS Seafarer II 4000M will be starting soon!