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DR ANTHONY LLEWELLYN: FROM ASTRONAUT TO AQUANAUT

DR ANTHONY LLEWELLYN: FROM ASTRONAUT TO AQUANAUT

The NASA recruit who never believed space was the final frontier.

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ALBERTO NOVELLI, THE DIVING DENTIST

ALBERTO NOVELLI, THE DIVING DENTIST

Freediver, scuba world record holder, dental surgeon, and evaluator of Ollech & Wajs watches.

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IF YOU’RE IN THE WRONG PLACE AT THE WRONG TIME, YOU’D BETTER BE WEARING THE RIGHT WATCH

IF YOU’RE IN THE WRONG PLACE AT THE WRONG TIME, YOU’D BETTER BE WEARING THE RIGHT WATCH

OW becomes the most widely used non-issued watch by US troops in Vietnam.

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THE OLLECH & WAJS CARIBBEAN 1000, AS WORN BY BRITISH CI5 AGENTS

THE OLLECH & WAJS CARIBBEAN 1000, AS WORN BY BRITISH CI5 AGENTS

O&W appears on the wrists of iconic crime-fighting duo Bodie and Doyle.

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ANTARCTICA VIA THE PYRENEES

ANTARCTICA VIA THE PYRENEES

OW partner French explorer, Dylan Auguste.

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JACK BRUCE: PERFECT TIMING

JACK BRUCE: PERFECT TIMING

Cream’s legendary bassist and his OW Precision Chronographe Suisse.

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IN 1964 OLLECH & WAJS WAS WELL BELOW THE LEADING SWISS WATCH COMPANIES. 1,312FT TO BE PRECISE.

IN 1964 OLLECH & WAJS WAS WELL BELOW THE LEADING SWISS WATCH COMPANIES. 1,312FT TO BE PRECISE.

The Caribbean 1000 and the race to the bottom of the ocean.

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ONLY ONE WATCH WENT TO THE MOON IN 1969, BUT SEVERAL OTHERS HELPED GET IT THERE

ONLY ONE WATCH WENT TO THE MOON IN 1969, BUT SEVERAL OTHERS HELPED GET IT THERE

The space-age watches worn by the men on the ground.

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THE NORTH POLE, WHERE BETTER TO TEST A DIVE WATCH CALLED THE ‘CARIBBEAN’?

THE NORTH POLE, WHERE BETTER TO TEST A DIVE WATCH CALLED THE ‘CARIBBEAN’?

OW – official timing partner to the 1966 Italian dive expedition to the Arctic.

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HOW THE WORLD’S BEST DEEP-WATER ENGINEERING COMPANY HELPED IMPROVE OUR SPRING BARS

HOW THE WORLD’S BEST DEEP-WATER ENGINEERING COMPANY HELPED IMPROVE OUR SPRING BARS

OW on test with the elite divers of Global Marine.

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THE MIDNIGHT ZONE: 1,000 METERS DEEP

THE MIDNIGHT ZONE: 1,000 METERS DEEP

What is life like a kilometre under the sea?

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