How Deep Can a Dive Watch REALLY Go? Deep Sea Chamber test!

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How deep can you really dive with cheap dive watch from Amazon? We are going to use our deep sea / pressure chamber and test two diver's watch for their maximum depth / pressure! Our deep sea chamber goes all the way to 300 bars that equals 3 kilometers or 2 miles of depth so we can simulate conditions on bottom of the ocean in this experiment.

  • I just ordered the Vostok Amphibia which has been most requested watch to test with this. So subscribe the channel to see that one :D

    Beyond the pressBeyond the press5 päivää sitten
    • What about digital dive watches

      syi tiger907syi tiger90710 tuntia sitten
    • you should really build a small submarine with a cheap camera inside and see how much pressure it can withstand :D

      Chris aka SchulbusChris aka Schulbus23 tuntia sitten
    • Haha, nice to see this !

      Fork BombFork BombPäivä sitten
    • @Farlig66 I actually was a little heartbroken seeing the Citizen watch implode. :°(

      Kevin BlankenburgKevin Blankenburg2 päivää sitten
    • What about a Seiko or a Luminox?

      nar4790nar47902 päivää sitten
  • Take them to a watch smith for repair. Record their reaction.

    MichaelMichael4 minuuttia sitten
  • Love your videos! Lucky guy to have such a gorgeous wife! Does she have a sister? 😜💕

    Bangkhen ThaiBangkhen Thai3 tuntia sitten
  • Should send them to that watch fixing guy

    zak ramekazak rameka6 tuntia sitten
  • I thought the Dugena would shatter too, until i saw the German letters, then i knew it would be indestructable ^^

    Surreal EngineeringSurreal Engineering6 tuntia sitten
  • The reason why they stop working but resume function in lower pressure is because before the movement is damaged, the glass touches the hands.

    Dr. PizzaDr. Pizza7 tuntia sitten
  • 10ATM = 90meters and not 100meters. Because of the 1 ATM above the water. So: 9ATM water + 1ATM air= 9 times 10 meters of water + 1ATM

    chewmonkey89chewmonkey897 tuntia sitten
  • It’s always good to know what time you’re drowning, so always make sure you pair your watch with a good dive flashlight 🔦

    DarmesisDarmesis9 tuntia sitten
  • next time try a digital watch and see what happens

    Dennis AdamsDennis Adams13 tuntia sitten
  • I would have liked to see you test the Vostok Amphibia 2416B/420289 or so. :)

    Mike SharkeyMike Sharkey13 tuntia sitten
  • Test a Rolex Submariner or a Seaweller. The Seadweller is rated at 4000m so it shouldn’t even flinch at 3000m but it would be interesting to see it prove its worth.

    Hunter QuinlanHunter Quinlan14 tuntia sitten
  • Its crazy to think that the deepest part of the ocean is only 7 miles deep. While that is insane. The average depth of the ocean is about 2 miles. In terms of how big the earth is. The oceans really only skim the surface. People have gone deeper mining for gold than the average ocean depth. Its just crazy to think about. In terms of how big the earth is. The oceans really aren't that deep.

    Joshua MountJoshua Mount14 tuntia sitten
  • Appears that the problem is not the seals being compromised as much as it is the case being deformed as the air inside the watch is compressed. You can take the cheapest Casio, the FW91, fill it with mineral oil, and it will run just fine. That should solve the problem.

    Bing HepworthBing Hepworth14 tuntia sitten
  • "The shipyard rates it to 90 meters, but we can go deeper. Of course, there's a limit. We can only take that much pressure... ...before the boat's crushed."

    Bloody Brilliant !Bloody Brilliant !16 tuntia sitten
  • @beyondthepress Check out @Tested for their latest video about using slomo from a mythbusters perspective. As a note, I love the main press channel because you can see the numbers of the pressure involved. I love how you used the pressure gauge in this clip. Could we see more temperature data when you heat something up or use the high speed camera to calculate the velocities in your explosions? Seeing the numbers with the footage gives it way more context and salience.

    Dick BigglesDick Biggles16 tuntia sitten
  • Hey you crazy Finns! I've got a question you might want to investigate. I just re-watched your video of exploding oobleck, and a thought occurred to me: in the first, I dunno, 1/100 of a second, is the oobleck hard enough to behave as actual shrapnel?

    Marc KennerMarc Kenner16 tuntia sitten
  • Price: please don’t tel my wife how expensive this was 😭😭

    Justin JenkinsJustin Jenkins16 tuntia sitten
  • Now you gotta get a sponsor to try an expensive dive watch

    gregistopalgregistopal17 tuntia sitten
  • They need to test som Suunto watches.

    Ibrahim Ulf KarlssonIbrahim Ulf Karlsson20 tuntia sitten
  • this in real time.

    hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa20 tuntia sitten
  • Buying a 300m watch has about as much sense as buying a 400 km/h car - both have capabilities well beyond the person who wear it...

    Drazen RadosevicDrazen Radosevic21 tunti sitten
  • 3000 psi to break the first ones glass wtf

    Seth N.Seth N.23 tuntia sitten
    • insides, pritii goodd.

      hoiy vinosahoiy vinosa20 tuntia sitten
  • You should take it to a watch repair shop and see if they can fix it. Just act like you were just taking a shower when it happened lol

    Hebrew HooliganHebrew HooliganPäivä sitten
  • Dugena is 1 hell of a watch.

    spicy spareribsspicy spareribsPäivä sitten
  • Please test a Vostok Amphibia !

    TheCellotinTheCellotinPäivä sitten
  • Mann good stuff guys. Would you test a Seiko Prospex that would be worth to watch.👍🏾👏🏽

    Victor DavilaVictor DavilaPäivä sitten
  • Great I’ve searching for months for someone like you to really give these watches a thorough test. Most of my collection are dive watches and it’s great to see real pressure. That’s impressive kit you have there. Please keep your channel going. Great stuff. 👍

    Andy ClarkAndy ClarkPäivä sitten
  • So time stops when you dive deep enough?

    QwarzzQwarzzPäivä sitten
  • You should put a stretch Armstrong in the chamber!

    Primeaux TargetsPrimeaux TargetsPäivä sitten
  • Crystal is squishing gasket and touches the second hand that's why it stopped

    AV CuberAV CuberPäivä sitten
  • OMG, get in contact with one of the watch channels (Just One More Watch, The Time Teller for instance) and do a crossover. These guys has a ton of divers, and it surely would be extremely interesting. They would have a shitload of ideas what to test.

    Zoltan SzokeZoltan SzokePäivä sitten
  • Hi. A great test. Maybe a bit from a different topic but I have a question : We have winter and ice on the lakes. There will be no opportunity to check it in summer. Could you check how the detonating cord cuts the ice sheet? This could be useful for crushing ice dams and river ice floes. thank you

    Nie PamiętamNie PamiętamPäivä sitten
  • Great vid Guys really enjoyed this and so did My 3 month old Son He was amassed 😁

  • It stopped functioning at 260 metres, that was quite impressive for a mechanical watch. 3 km caused the glass to implode (a human would experience the same thing). The quartz one survived 1.2 km, now THAT is superbly impressive.

    rootbrianrootbrianPäivä sitten
  • I just love my automatic mechanical watch. Wouldn't wanna see it get crushed!

    rootbrianrootbrianPäivä sitten
  • How long can the watches maintain their declared pressures? 2 hours? 12 hours? indefinitely?

    Matt MartineauMatt MartineauPäivä sitten
  • Look how the reflection in the hands change on the face before it stops and also during the 300 bar dive. You can see how the watch glass bulges inward and flattens the insides, pritii goodd.

    kungmatkungmatPäivä sitten
  • what language is this? Runglish? I've heard of Spanglish before.

    Ceez BCeez BPäivä sitten
    • Think its a combination of finnish and english. Finglish

      Vincent YzerVincent Yzer10 tuntia sitten
  • 2:03 green haired anni is there too? 👀 10:25 annip really makes this videos worth it 😂😂😂

    0MindSwept00MindSwept02 päivää sitten
  • Hei, glad I found another Finnish channel

    SIMO_HÄYHÄSIMO_HÄYHÄ2 päivää sitten
  • Try this with the classic Vostok Amphibia the 1970's thick pillow case model, it can go VERY DEEP possibly way over it's pressure rating, also they are a fantastic watch especially for the price I have one and I absolutely love it. If you calibrate them they can be surprisingly accurate too.

    grassulograssulo2 päivää sitten
  • I need a "Vat da faak!?" Sweater.

    MKSeed91MKSeed912 päivää sitten
  • Citizen

    canada_arm Kingcanada_arm King2 päivää sitten
  • test some "water resistant" smartphones which one stops working first... :)

    dekay_sandekay_san2 päivää sitten
  • I really had no idea so many vowels and consonants of English words could be _rolled._ Do Finns need to periodically rest their tongues, for the work it needs to do to speak Finnish? Are you aware that Oxford philologist and fantasist J.R.R. Tolkien based his “High Elvish“ language on Finnish?

    Brian HilesBrian Hiles2 päivää sitten
  • The watch will survive deeper than my equipment is rated for.

    No Longer AmusedNo Longer Amused2 päivää sitten
  • Try Invicta watches. Those are actual diver watches.

    Steven AlmendingerSteven Almendinger2 päivää sitten
    • Bwahahahahahaha. Thanks for the laugh. :D

      LonemanLoneman2 päivää sitten
  • 1 bar is a little over 10 meter under water

    DazdigoDazdigo2 päivää sitten
  • You might as well take the bands off. No point in keeping them on. You might as well have done them both at the same time if you did that.

    DazdigoDazdigo2 päivää sitten
  • pressure test lithium ion batteries in the chamber? makita, dewalt, milwaukee, etc :)maybe they pop ? :)

    chrisdabrit123chrisdabrit1232 päivää sitten
  • Your wife is so Beautiful... I say that with respect... Please don't put my head under the hydraulic press.. :) Peace!

    5argeTech /\5argeTech /\2 päivää sitten
    • Cringy much?

      LonemanLoneman2 päivää sitten
  • Would be interesting to see Vostok Amphibia automatic with this test. 200 m watch made in Russia. Not expensive.

    stonehill27stonehill272 päivää sitten
  • i've watched probably 100 of their videos and still have absolutely zero idea what their names are...

    ATLHooliganATLHooligan2 päivää sitten
    • Lauri and Anni. 👍

      Woodworker DonWoodworker Don2 päivää sitten
  • do it again with aliexpress watch

    ‍1marcelfilms‍1marcelfilms2 päivää sitten
  • Anyone else here after listening to TGN podcast?

    Adam CraneyAdam Craney2 päivää sitten
  • Hey, don’t mention Sori (likely spelt wrong) if you’re not going to show her. This love sick puppy is horribly disappointed.

    David BlalockDavid Blalock2 päivää sitten
  • This is very cool! Keep it up

    Stefan MarjoramStefan Marjoram2 päivää sitten
  • Seuraavaks pari intti rolexia mitä suomesta saa

    Kodo BomberKodo Bomber2 päivää sitten

    animation using flipaclip PRACTICEanimation using flipaclip PRACTICE2 päivää sitten
    • How easy is it for you to walk in liquid? Not very easy, right? Imagine the movement of a watch having to overcome that amount of resistance and you have your answer. PS. your caps lock APPEARS TO BE BROKEN.

      LonemanLoneman2 päivää sitten
  • Hey, Lauri it would be cool to check out the "state" of the movement after that treatment.

    Nicholas BaumgrenNicholas Baumgren2 päivää sitten
  • As a Citizen brand lover, that hurt. Now nagging time, you increased the pressure very fast with the lovely Citizen but very slowly with the other one. And you changed the pressure up and down many times with the lovely Citizen (yes I do love Citizen) not the other one...biased results.

    Yu ZuYu Zu2 päivää sitten
    • Plus the citizen isnt a divers watch its a dive style watch,ive got the same watch no iso and no screw down crown

      nik geldnik geld19 tuntia sitten
  • Great video. In Aliexpress one of the watches that I'm curious to see how weel it would perform in your pression chamber is the steeldive 1976. They claim 1000m wr, for a value of 140-160 €.

    Miguel RodriguesMiguel Rodrigues2 päivää sitten
  • That's a testament to Citizen quality - rated for 100m survives 300m. You should test an Invicta Pro Diver. I've seen many have a pressure release valve on the side. It's possible if you remove the back it can still be repaired if the glass on the front (crystal) hasn't broken.

    Luscious3174Luscious31742 päivää sitten
    • @Luscious3174 Just as at no point did I say you claimed they were great.

      LonemanLonemanPäivä sitten
    • @Loneman That's a fair argument, but remember two things: (1) I never said Invicta watches were great and (2) they claim their watches are suitable for dive use. It would be a good opportunity to test their claim and perhaps prove how rubbish they are don't you think?

      Luscious3174Luscious31742 päivää sitten
    • Why do people seem to think Invicta make good watches? They don't even make their own movements, ffs. The "pressure release valve" you refer to is a helium escape valve intended for saturation dives, but I doubt any saturation divers would be rocking an Invicta, unless for a joke. :P

      LonemanLoneman2 päivää sitten
  • Turns out that Dugena isn't some random Chinese brand. It seems to be a quality brand from Germany.

    DoubleZeroDoubleZero2 päivää sitten
  • Cool

    kevin baileykevin bailey2 päivää sitten
  • This violates the warrantee.

    Bob RossBob Ross2 päivää sitten
  • Rolex deep sea wouid be good xd

    Oscar R.Oscar R.2 päivää sitten
  • I feel like when the watch is being crushed, so will be the user...

    wb5mgrwb5mgr3 päivää sitten
  • You guys should test an Omega since they are made for Astronauts they should easily outmatch your pressure chamber.

    Knight of YouTubeKnight of YouTube3 päivää sitten
    • Why is that? You do realise that space is zero pressure, right?

      LonemanLoneman2 päivää sitten
  • Imagine the human body

    marc pmarc p3 päivää sitten
  • I would like to see an orient ray2

    Frank BruceFrank Bruce3 päivää sitten
  • Send the watches to one of those watch restoration channels.

    Lewis RLewis R3 päivää sitten
  • Love it. I’m a watch collector, great crossover episode

    Dying BreedDying Breed3 päivää sitten
  • Again! Again! Again! Breaking glass in your magic tube is making me very happy!

    roskoeheatroskoeheat3 päivää sitten
  • It's possible to have too many things. A man with one watch knows what time it is. A man with two watches is never really sure.

    r smithr smith3 päivää sitten
  • Safety is number one priority

    Braxton SmallsBraxton Smalls3 päivää sitten
  • How about a $2,500 Sinn Hydro oil-filled vs. a cheap $30 Casio that you oil fill (hydromod) yourself?

    Gary RGary R3 päivää sitten
  • this is no dive watch. this is a citizen divee lookalike which has only 100m water resistance. next time better use citizen promaster.

    raedchen1raedchen13 päivää sitten
  • Could this still be considered hydrolic press?

    Raul GarciaRaul Garcia3 päivää sitten
  • I was expecting the failure to be enough to have the watch collapse on itself, and we'd get some sonoluminesence

    Padurariu CatalinPadurariu Catalin3 päivää sitten
  • I would like to see some of the ordinary things a person might use to keep something dry, underwater. Ziplock bags, food containers, otter box, glued pvc pipe with caps... That kind of thing. Oooooh. How about a gopro camera?

    ZippyThing InventionZippyThing Invention3 päivää sitten
  • Amfibija special army Clock. Next soon test 😎👍

    Raits HotsRaits Hots3 päivää sitten
  • 👍 😎

    Raits HotsRaits Hots3 päivää sitten
  • It would be interesting to see a oil filled watch, or 'hydromod' tested. I have a hydromodded Casio 100m dive watch, and there are posts on watch forums or hydromods vastly exceeding the water resistance ratings. There is a F-91W which someone tested to over 900m in the sea.

    FiftyOneNorthFiftyOneNorth3 päivää sitten
  • every video... "welcumti peeyomptapesscha null

    Joshua StagnittoJoshua Stagnitto3 päivää sitten
  • Much more watch fail tests!!! I love it!

    Accutronitis The 2ndAccutronitis The 2nd3 päivää sitten
  • Did you notice the small air bubble's just above the "12" when the first watch reached its max pressure

    Jeffrey SchoutenJeffrey Schouten3 päivää sitten
  • You have found something that technically defeated the Deep Sea Chamber 10,000,000!! This cannot be allowed to stand! BRING ON THE DEEP SEA CHAMBER 1,000,000,000!!

    weedfreerweedfreer3 päivää sitten
  • Thanks for the great experiment. It would be interesting to do the same with my Rolex Submariner...but then again maybe not lol.

    Martin BownMartin Bown3 päivää sitten
  • put a balloon in there and see how small it goes with the air being contained

    Peter EnsorPeter Ensor3 päivää sitten
  • Really cool Video. Can you Test a casio g schock ga-100? It would bei really Nice to See how a Bit more expensive watch will react to this pressure. This Special Model is Rated to max 20bar/200m. I really Like your Channel and your Experiments. Please keep Doing them. 👍👍

    Geheimspion ChaseGeheimspion Chase3 päivää sitten
  • You need to test a Zelos Abyss!

    Andreas CamminAndreas Cammin3 päivää sitten
    • and a G-Shock!

      Andreas CamminAndreas Cammin3 päivää sitten
  • Slowmo guys need to get in on this at some point I feel. After Covid

    CommanderS579CommanderS5793 päivää sitten
  • I know this is an off topic question, but where can I buy those leopard print pants?, I like them

    Alex Miller 1980Alex Miller 19803 päivää sitten
  • I love watches. I was so hoping when you took it down to three times it’s depth and it still held you would let it out. The quartz one, who cares? But I hate to see anybody purposely trash a mechanical.

    Dana WDana W3 päivää sitten
  • Can you test waterproof speaker next please?

    Devyn HammellDevyn Hammell3 päivää sitten
  • Hauskaa

    Joke ArpJoke Arp3 päivää sitten
  • Wowww Cool video thank you. I would like to test my Rolex james cameron deep Sea-Dweller 100% Guarantee Up to 12800 ft = 3900m Also with you. To the Max

    John CarterJohn Carter3 päivää sitten
  • Open the back of the watches to see the damage

    Chris WatsonChris Watson3 päivää sitten
  • okay but what happen when hose or something else broke with this pressure inside - this is the ultimate question

    Bartosz MogielkaBartosz Mogielka3 päivää sitten