Dissing Diver GMT


Dissing Diver GMT is the perfect watch for a traveler. This watch is equipped with a 515.34H swiss ronda movement, which has a recognized GMT feature. The GMT feature makes it possible to display two time zones on your watch, which is convenient, when you travel the world. 


How the watch works

The Dissing Diver GMT watch is defined as a diver watch with its 20 ATM / 200 metres water resistance. Such a watch has a screw-in crown, which is used to set the time and date on the watch.

In order to set the time and date, the crown must be unscrewed from the watch gently. Here, after a bit of screwing, you will notice that the crown pops out, where it can be pulled out to the first position to change the date on the watch as well as the red GMT indicator (1). The date is set in this position by turning the crown one way while the GMT hand is set by turning the crown the other way.

Pulling the crown out fully sets the time on the watch (2). When pushing the crown back in, it is important to be a little careful. Here, the crown must be pushed in gently while it is being screwed in place. It is important to make sure that the crown is screwed back in completely to ensure the water resistance of the watch (0).


How the GMT feature works

GMT function can be used in different ways in the watch - below is described one of the most used and simple ways for the function:

The simplest way to use the watch is to use the regular clock as a 12-hour clock, as in most other watches. This clock shows the time in your primary time zone, e.g. English time.

The ring around it, which functions as a 24-hour clock, shows where you are in the day. It is precisely this ring which, together with the red indicator in the dial, creates the GMT function, which can display the additional time zone. The way it works is that the red hand is turned (using the crown in the first position as described above) so that the hand is positioned opposite the time on the crown which is the current time in the desired secondary time zone. In this way the time in the secondary time zone is read on the rotatable bezel.

For example, if you want to follow the time zone in London and you set the red hand to show 11 o'clock English time, turn the hand so that it is next to the 11 hour marker on the watch's bezel. When London is one hour behind English time, the red hand will show 11 o'clock in relation to the bezel, while the regular 12-hour clock will show 12 o'clock.


Watch specifications and functions 

  • Watch diameter: 43 mm
  • Thickness: 10 mm
  • Weight: 170 g
  • Band width: 22 mm
  • Water resistance: 20 ATM / 200 meters
  • Glass: Sapphire crystal
  • Lock type: Fold lock
  • Lumen: Super-Luminova
  • Date display: Yes
  • Special features: GMT (Dual Time Zone)