Milus inventively revisits its iconic diving watch, reverting to traditional robust hands, a rotating bezel and screw-down crowns, to unveil an ultra-contemporary and technically innovative rework of the original Archimèdes.
Archimedès by Milus is the modern successor to the Super Compressor of the seventies with its dramatic proportions, as well as the 666, the original model created a decade earlier. Adventuresome and audacious yet elegant, they both feature renowned Ervin Picquerez waterproof casings, which speak for themselves.
The development focused on the 41mm brushed casing and the reflection of the mirror polished bezel. The granulated black or blue dial, three hour digits at the cardinal points, 3 o’clock date window, rotating bezel and famous “Broad 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.
Case and dial
Brushed / polished steel 316L, ∅41.00 mm, water resistant up to 30 ATM
Curved sapphire glass with inner antireﬂective coating
Screw-down case back
Gradated black, SuperLuminova indexes
Bi-directional rotating dial ring, screwed crowns, helium valve
3 o’clock date window
“Broad Arrow” hands, diamond cut & rhodium-plated with SuperLuminova
Automatic self-winding, ETA 2892A2 (TOP) calibre, 21 jewels, 42-hours power reserve
Pearlised and snailed bridges, blue screws, oscillating wheel with Milus logo open-worked
Leather or textile, leather lining, brushed / polished steel 316L clasp 18.00mm