|What to wear when you swim with sharks The Mako Dive Chronograph with helium release valve, performs under pressure, whether you’re at the bottom of the ocean or at the top in the executive suite Experienced divers don’t rush into the water. Preparation is key. Whether exploring the shallows of the Florida Straits or diving a barnacled wreck off the Atlantic coast, every diver needs to DIR… Do It Right. We believe in the wisdom of DIR at Stauer, and for our subaquatics sportsmen, we’ve crafted a bold new diving watch that does it right � at a price that won’t rock the boat. Our new Mako Dive Chronograph is unsurpassed in both functionality and style. It’s big and built for performance � 48mm wide and crafted of rust-resistant stainless steel to perform at depths of 1000 meters. The Mako not only meets all ISO 6425 standards for diving watches, it goes beyond, providing complete stopwatch functions and subdials with a luminous dial for keeping your bearings in the murky depths. Of course, you’ll find a helium release valve on the side � a protective function that commercial divers demand. And the Mako’s rotating, unidirectional bezel helps time your dive with accuracy. Of course, it’s just as impressive above the surface too. The gleaming steel case contrasts elegantly with the dark dial and three-eye design. Tough enough for every day, wearing the Mako will serve as a constant reminder to DIR and always be on the lookout for sharks.