Wristwatch stronger than explosion? Yes, the Kaventsmann Triggerfish Bronze A2 is exactly that. This watch is literally bombproof, as proven by the U.S. Special Forces who blew it up with 10 pounds worth of C4 and it survived. Its massive 44 x 20 millimeter case and ultra thick bezel was also pressure tested to 300 bar, which means that is able to survive under the weight of 3,000m of water pressure (9,843 feet).
During the bomb testing, from a distance of one metre, left the case and crown intact, with just a few scratches on its crystal lens. James Bond would love to possess it.
This watch which is stronger than explosion features a case made of CuSn8 phosphor-bronze, a proprietary crown design with quadruple redundant seals and a matching handmade strap by Dangerous9.
The man behind Kaventsmann, Michael Barahona Fernandez, personally handcrafted the case parts himself at his one-man workshop in Berlin, Germany, which explains why there are only a few examples available each month. So, you can get your name on the waiting list though, as only 30 examples of the Triggerfish Bronze A2 will be made.
The first 5 units will be ready late this month.