As more gadgets have gone under water, it was probably inevitable that the relentless bling trend would follow. This may look like a new ultra-complicated European timepiece, but it's actually a new ultra-complicated European diving instrument.
The resemblance is understandable: This aquatic instrument--billed as "the world's first luxury dive computer," available in solid 18k gold--is made by Linde Werdelin, maker of high-end sports watches. But the simply named "Sea Instrument" goes well beyond telling time, as Luxurylaunches notes. It has a transflective color LCD made of sapphire crystal, built-in processor, 2.4GHz wireless sensors, … Read more