The Chronotechna Uses the World's Blackest Pigment to Help Divers

 - Dec 20, 2018
References: shop.chronotechna & yankodesign
Designed to ensure the face of the watch is always easy to read, the Chronotechna utilizes the world's blackest pigment, known to absorb 99.9% of light shone at it. The decision to use this pigment on the watch ensures that the face can easily be read underwater or in a place where sunlight struggles to find its way through. The ultra black dial of the watch is contrasted by hands and markings painted in SuperLuminova to provide a deep contrast to the incredibly black dial.

Aside from its interesting use of pigments, the Chronotechna features a Marine-Grade 316L stainless steel construction and a sapphire-coated crystal cover on the top. The watch is exclusively designed for divers so the watch is water-resistant up to 10 atmospheres of pressure, and features a Sellita SW 200-1 Swiss-made automatic self-winding movement on the inside.