For those who have the will to go further. For those who face their fears. For those who reinvent themselves every day.
It is in all these forms of accomplishments that Archimèdes by Milus finds its inspiration. This diver watch is designed to operate in all conditions. Because adventure is not only a series of achievements but also an experience of time, a quest, an opening towards the elsewhere, towards the unknown.
To create a stunningly contemporary watch, the models' reinvention was subsequently a question of research and proportion.
The development focused on the 41mm brushed casing and the reflection of the mirror-polished bezel. The granulated dial, three hour digits at the cardinal points, 3 o'clock date window, rotating bezel and famous "Borad Arrow" hands coated in SuperLuminova combine seamlessly to bolster readability.
Its ETA 2892 movement is protected in a steel case equipped with a helium valve, resistant up to 30 ATM or 300 metres.
Archimèdes by Milus is the modern successor of the Super compressor of the 70s with its dramatic proportions, as well as the 666, the original model created a decade earlier.
In the mid-to-late 50s, Swiss case manufacturer Ervin Piquerez S.A. (EPSA) filed patents and began manufacturing their latest and greatest catalog component, the Super Compressor case, for different brands.
During the 70s, it was extremely common for brands to use catalog components from general case manufactures such as EPSA. As a result, many of the vintage Super Compressor that have survived through the years share common and identifiable components.