A Closer Look at the Ressence Type 5 Night Blue Watch

Resssence has recently announced is latest innovative new watch model the Type 5 Night Blue Watch. The brand has been working on the development of the Type 5 line for a number of years and their latest iteration of the notable divers watch that is an eye pleasing wrist watch which also happens to be incredible functional and valued in water sports and professions. It’s worthy of a closer look to appreciate the true value of the newest member of the family.

The case

When we speak of the innovations used in the creation of the Type 5 Night Blue watch one of them is the oil filled case. It’s not your traditionally styled watch. It measures 46 mm in width and is 15.5 mm in thickness and is made from titanium material with two chambers which are separately sealed with oil in the upper part separating it from the lower chamber which is dry for the sake of the movement. The reason for the oil is to make the face of the watch legible regardless of the angle you’re viewing it from. When you flip the watch over the case back does away with the need for a traditional crown as it serves as he component that is used to set the time on the watch and for winding. The back of the case is a new development for the Type 5 line and it is called the Ressence Compression Lock system which makes use of a gasket and compression function offering the positions of both lock as well as set. The bezel is a unidirectional type.

The movement

The Ressence Type 5 Night Blue Watch is powered with an ETA 2824-2 that features a ROCS 5 system. This is what allows for the unusual yet highly functional rotating dial. The movement features a heart that clicks at 28,800 beats per hour with 41 jewels and a power reserve of 36 hours.

The ROCS system

The ROCS system features a magnetic transmission, bellow system, hydraulic shock absorber and a single chamber which is oil filled and kept separate from the rest of the watch. There are a total of 142 components within the ROCS system including the dial.

The type 5

The type 5 is an innovative diver watch which is comprised of a total of 324 components. These combine together is a design wonder that delivers precision time that is legible from all angles underwater. The domed sapphire crystal covering the dial. Thanks to the front and back cases and coverings this watch is water resistant up to 100 meters in depth. The special AR coating on the inner and outer parts of the crystal deflect glare from light to enhance its legibility.

Upon the wrist

The size of the watch when combined with the oil filling may have the appearance of being a heavy accessory, but remarkably, it’s not. The Ressence Type 5 Night Blue Watch is remarkably comfortable and balanced upon the wrist and it’s light in weight. This is in part because of the lightweight titanium materials and the fact that the oil offers a suspension that has a lightening effect in addition to improving its time keeping accuracy.

Pricing and availability

The Ressence Type 5 Night Blue Watch is offered by the manufacturer at a price of $35,800. It’s a high end watch intended for divers and those who enjoy partaking in a variety of different water sports. Ressence offers this unique time piece with its innovative technology and uniqueness to the public who are serious about the acquisition of high quality and fine creations in the realm of horology. This is a watch that is destined to become a collector’s item and perhaps, it has already done so upon its release. It’s for those who are in the market for an accessory with versatility and a high level of practical functionality. The watch is suitable for wear during professional and amateur water adventures as well as dressier affairs. One thing is for certain, and this is that the Ressence Type 5 Night Blue Watch has set the bar high for all divers which are to follow.


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