Oris Carlos Coste Cenote
Oris Carlos Coste Cenote prepared specifically for free diving record holder Oris Divers collection of the newest model of Carlos Coste Cenote is breathtaking with Limited Series.
In 2010, Mexico’s down the Yucatan coast extending Dos Ojos Cenote on 31 miles of cave of the winds, under 150 feet of water to swim the Carlos Coste Cenote, the Guinness Book of world record in free diving has signed to a new field. His death without the use of any material, Venezuelan diver diving in, he just accompanied Oris Pro Diver watch. Oris Carlos Coste Cenote limited edition this great success, immortalized with the series. Diving enthusiasts in one hour with all the characteristics of the want to this functional model, maximum flexibility is also pretty handy. That represents the time the minute counter and passed under water index super thanks to minova fill in dark conditions, lei’s opinion is making to the next level. This feature of this luxury watch is indispensable for night diving with hours 500 meter water-resistance property has.
Ceramic top ring not drawn 2-minute clock manufactured in triangle, Carlos has a dynamic dive for 2: 30 minutes which is the record for holding breath; 7 minutes in the second during a static diving of the triangle de Carlos breath 7: 30 minutes and keeping a record of stresses.
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