Fleux FLX001 Dive Watch Review
Watch buyers have always been fond of excellent divers watches for their adventurous water sporting activities that go beyond the regular depth of water resistance other watches offer. Toronto-based Edward Cho founded popular watch company Fleux. The Fleux FLX001 Dive Watch and FLX002 are the brand’s latest diver watches inspired by the divers from the 50s offering a surreal design and a water resistance of 200 meters.
|316L Stainless steel case
|SII NH38A Movement
|41-hour power reserve, automatic movement
|Seaqual recycled ocean plastic strap with quick release spring bars
The Fleux FLX001 dive watch features a minimal approach with its upscale looks that offers a vintage vibe at an affordable price. The FLX001 provides great attention to detail which we don’t see in most affordable watches these days while it still keeps its impressive specifications on its profile well. The watch presents a beautiful black aesthetic with its bidirectional bezel for divers’ safety and a black dial packed in a 38 mm steel case. It comes with a double-domed Hesalite crystal on top, adding more depth to the vintage-modern design the company chose for this watch.
The FLX001 comes with a traditional dial with cool hour markers with circular, stick, and triangular, and a countdown bezel inspired by the Omega watches. The Fleux FLX001 dive watch runs on a Japanese SII NH38A Movement and offers a power reserve of 41 hours. Being a diver’s watch, the watch offers a great water resistance of 200 meters which considering its price is a value-for-money deal one shouldn’t miss out on.
The Fleux FLX001 retails at $499 and offers stunning looks and offer a reliable movement that comes with pleasing vintage looks and features of a good divers’ watch.