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

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.
Dugena www.amazon.de/-/en/Dugena-Automatic-Watch-Hardened-Mineral/dp/B071152Z26/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2R7AX3X06NKYQ&dchild=1&keywords=dugena+4460775&qid=1613915487&sprefix=dugena+44607%2Caps%2C204&sr=8-1
Citizen www.amazon.de/-/en/CITIZEN-NH8380-15EE-Analogue-Mechanical-Plastic/dp/B01MUBNIS5/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=citizen+NH8380&qid=1613915609&sr=8-1

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  • 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 press14 päivää sitten
    • Yesss :-) I didn't see this, I just made the same request.

      BaddaBigBoomBaddaBigBoom16 tuntia sitten
    • @Mark Kuck The beauty of working with water is that since it's nearly incompressible, a rupturing container's pieces (cap for example) will not be accelerated. This is why a lot of pressure testing is done with water. With a gas on the other hand, the rupturing of a container is accompanied by the expansion of the pressurized gas. Because the gas needs to travel a certain distance as it expands (think of a pressurized gas bottle whose contents can expand to the size of a room), it accelerates fragments along with it. The water does not expand when pressure is released. Just imagine putting 100 tons of pressure on a block of steel. When you suddenly release the pressure, the block of steel doesn't expand. Just like the water inside the container.

      GypporGyppor18 tuntia sitten
    • Put an egg in the machine

      Ben HanesBen Hanes3 päivää sitten
    • Another interesting watch is the casio f91w, cheap and durable. That is the watch i am most curious about.

      dumitrescu emildumitrescu emil4 päivää sitten
    • OIL FILLED QUARTZ !!! you can put mineral oil in a cheap citizen quartz watch and supposedly it’ll do 1000m easily

      v bv b4 päivää sitten
  • Not a fair comparison, because the Citizen was mechanical. The other watch was a quartz. The quartz watch has much less moving parts.

    qwasd0rqwasd0r56 minuuttia sitten
  • As the Aborigines of Australia say: watches tear the day to shreds and as Catweazle said "I fear thee not, thy tacking tyrant!" That said, try this with a Vostok Amphibia :-) (thumbs up)

    BaddaBigBoomBaddaBigBoom16 tuntia sitten
  • Dugena sales right now📈📈📈

    Oliver FloerningOliver Floerning17 tuntia sitten
  • Looked like on the second watch the pin for the seconds hand got pushed in the the seconds hand just dropped to gravity. I wonder if it still is ticking and if you could re-attach the seconds hand? You should get a timegrapher too to see how they work after a crush. Also the speed of crush and then decompress would turn even the most robust equipment into trash.

    ShadowgolemShadowgolem18 tuntia sitten
  • 👏👏👏👏👏 great video. Beyond the press!

    JesseJesse19 tuntia sitten
  • Test a Vostok Amphibia!!!

    Kiril PavlovKiril Pavlov19 tuntia sitten
  • Perkele! Now I need to sell my Citizen

    Igor BogdanovićIgor Bogdanović21 tunti sitten
  • Wow, 300 bars! That's a lot of press-soorah! Great video, thanks.

    Zeki Enes AkkanZeki Enes AkkanPäivä sitten
  • dive style watch is not enough for this type of test..

    Devies GNDevies GNPäivä sitten
  • Liquid filled quartz watch. Should be interesting to see with and without liquid how much pressure it can withstand.

    Christianto SumbungChristianto SumbungPäivä sitten
  • hell of a commercial for Dugena lol

    SavageGreywolfSavageGreywolfPäivä sitten
  • That citizen is NOT a diver, it is a 10bar non screw down crown, diver-like watch. In fact its water resistance is remarkable.

    Blake ÉrebosBlake ÉrebosPäivä sitten
  • I'm surprise the Citizen was able to go 200 meters. Also I think the second watch was a quartz movement so less parts moving.

    Jose MedinaJose MedinaPäivä sitten
  • I'm curious to see what would happen to a c02 canister, the little tyre inflating ones.

    stinky1138stinky1138Päivä sitten
  • Try a CASIO digital watch. Let's try and convince the mechanical fans with "my mechanical watch is EMP proof" mentality to switch 😂. Im not gonna sacrifice multifunction digital timepieces for "EMP proof" mechanical watch. EMP doesn't happen everyday and I carry multiple tools/gadgets with EMP proof bags. You don't EDC a watch only anyway. If one tool or gadget fails, you have multiple tools and gadgets to compensate most of the time.

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    • People like mechanical watches because they are mechanical, and a luxury item, not because they are better. The resurgence of Swiss watch making after the quartz crisis is a good example of that. Everyone knows a g shock is more accurate and more durable. But that's not why you buy a mechanical watch anymore.

      SsJets104SsJets10410 tuntia sitten
  • Not sure why you did not pick up a citizen diver watch actually, even a cheap one.

    M MM MPäivä sitten
  • Very cool!!! I love this kind of video, you should test more watches. Even cheap watches deserve a test, i guess someone can impress all of us... casio f91w!!! Love your content byeee

    Tino_superrospoTino_superrospoPäivä sitten
  • Ruthless! These guys are crazyyyyy

    Marc JsMarc Js2 päivää sitten
  • Funny thing, at 600 "m" Dugena watch had lost their precision. Hand for seconds started landing in between second marks and then was never the same again.

    Vladimir K.Vladimir K.2 päivää sitten
  • We absolutely need to send him the Rolex Hydromax and the Invicta Hydromax to compare!!

    thepretendathepretenda2 päivää sitten
  • I feel like you ramped up the depth too fast

    SpartanCL1989SpartanCL19892 päivää sitten
  • 11:52 you're not use water

    Rare RapidRare Rapid2 päivää sitten
  • wanna see result with seiko divers like tuna

    MernernerMernerner2 päivää sitten
  • Im finnish and i cant take the accent, its worse than swedish-finnish

    neuthralneuthral2 päivää sitten
  • Well when you are too deep your watch stops... neat trick! Haha

    Craigx71Craigx712 päivää sitten
  • Brilliant! Bob England

    BobMuir100BobMuir1002 päivää sitten
  • Try a Casio G Shock next.

    Alexandru StoianAlexandru Stoian2 päivää sitten
  • You have no idea how badly when Anni said "Lauri, what is the time" i hoped that Lauri would answer "It's quarter to nine, time to have a bath"

    KyrkplastKyrkplast2 päivää sitten
  • G-shock is my vote

    Travis bennettTravis bennett2 päivää sitten
  • Next brand to test: Rolex

    Venkatesan SundarVenkatesan Sundar3 päivää sitten
  • Catastrophic

    Jim GranstaffJim Granstaff3 päivää sitten
  • I love the crazy Finnish people 🇬🇧🇸🇪🇫🇮

    J FilmJ Film3 päivää sitten
  • Should have taken the bands off and done them simultaneously.

    breadfan262breadfan2623 päivää sitten
  • Should try this with a auto watch with a skeleton dial face, be good to see what it does to the parts inside

    scaff87 tvscaff87 tv3 päivää sitten
  • yall thinking these divers would react the same as a submariner

    JamesJames3 päivää sitten
  • this is great content! thanks for making it

    Grendal 62Grendal 623 päivää sitten
    • rated for those pressures. No human would survive unprotected at the depths they were testing.

      doliio volaydoliio volay3 päivää sitten
  • What about a cheap Casio oil filled?

    Pierre CiscatoPierre Ciscato3 päivää sitten
  • Who watches the watches?

    Spiun666Spiun6663 päivää sitten
  • I bet you can't crush a oil filled watch. The silicone oil will keep the watch from crushing due to pressure. This is a common mod on gshocks and other digital or quarts watches. It's a diy mod.

    Small ThingsSmall Things3 päivää sitten
  • Pressure test the Russian voatok amfibia. They are supposed to get more waterproof with higher pressures due to the crystal deforming and the back plate pushing against a flat seal.

    Small ThingsSmall Things3 päivää sitten
  • Test a g-shock, almost all of them are rated to 200 m, a casio marlin would be fun to watch too

    Isaac Joya GalvánIsaac Joya Galván3 päivää sitten
  • For the Citizen at 300M, I guess the pressure pushes the dials / components againts the escape wheel, which stops the watch. That would explain why it runs again afterwards, before it killed it. It's no good anyway to stop the balance wheel like that. But it's a good margin, considering water didn't leak inside at that pressure. It was compressed but still holding, to some extent. BUT some 200m rated watches can take far more than this rate in testing ( famously : Vostok, which is much cheaper ).

    Citizen 9Citizen 93 päivää sitten
  • Omega vs Rolex

    Carlos LeivaCarlos Leiva3 päivää sitten
  • Now that this experiment is complete... Next Episode: Dive chamber in hydraulic press

    Wang DongWang Dong3 päivää sitten
  • amazing test

    Bartosz SzczepaniakBartosz Szczepaniak3 päivää sitten
  • You should test a cheap watch with a "hydro mod" like this one. ¡That could be a great test! fistart.info/tv/videot/2J_MyI2WmpRmltk.html

    Alfredo Cronista ViajesAlfredo Cronista Viajes3 päivää sitten
  • Love her sweater

    L GL G3 päivää sitten
  • No divers descendeds at the speed of 1km/2s.

    DreamHaxDreamHax3 päivää sitten
  • The problem with dugena is the caliber precision is not that good.

    Crazy misticalbeastCrazy misticalbeast4 päivää sitten
  • (11:55) "Something is broken inside. This doesn't feel very good." -- Lauri Vuohensilta

    Christopher NoelChristopher Noel4 päivää sitten
  • It's nice to see the watches exceed their advertised rating. The average buyer does not need a watch rated beyond 100 meters. Only if you are a diver, would you need a watch rated for those pressures. No human would survive unprotected at the depths they were testing.

    Christopher NoelChristopher Noel4 päivää sitten
    • My father once contacted a watch importer on his 100m watch having taken some moisture inside the casing during a swim. What he learned is that those '100m' '300m' markings are like codes that roughly mean 100m = you can have a swim with it and 300m = you can have an extensive swim or a some dive with it. The importer said it's much better to interpret those meters as distance from shore than water depth, lol.

      Stål HandskeStål Handske4 päivää sitten
  • this in real time.

    Shauka HodanShauka Hodan4 päivää sitten
  • *That killed it*

    Sevas KsevasSevas Ksevas4 päivää sitten
  • Repeat the same test on an Orient Mako 2

    DarkcoreDarkcore4 päivää sitten
    • thicknes it will be broken. Thanks for this high value information

      Shauka HodanShauka Hodan4 päivää sitten
  • Both of the watches you used aren't proper dive watches.

    Cheuk Nam SiuCheuk Nam Siu4 päivää sitten
  • This is an absolute success for the citizen. It kept running past 200m.

    D BrownD Brown4 päivää sitten
  • OIL FILLED QUARTZ !!! you can put mineral oil in a cheap citizen quartz watch and supposedly it’ll do 1000m easily

    v bv b4 päivää sitten
  • OH common, you didn't test Casio G-Shock.

    BKingTzBKingTz4 päivää sitten
  • This gives you an appreciation for exploratory research submarines

    TheAlySinanTheAlySinan4 päivää sitten
  • Love this channel keep up the great work from Canada

    Adam ChapmanAdam Chapman4 päivää sitten
  • The reason the citizen stopped is because the case deformed enough under pressure and stopped the automatic movement working. The second watch is quartz, much much simpler so case deformation will have almost no effect on the movement.

    RBTechRBTech5 päivää sitten
  • Perkele...

    Anthony PilkjaerAnthony Pilkjaer5 päivää sitten
  • In soviet russia, the watch breaks the testing machine.

    marlboro9tibikemarlboro9tibike5 päivää sitten
  • I wonder how different fruits would react at that pressure? 🤔

    Nuker 9000Nuker 90005 päivää sitten
  • Test an Apple Watch - I know it won't last long but I just want to see one die 😁

    wnnalis cioovwnnalis cioov5 päivää sitten
  • Vat da faaaakkkk? Lol

    southern 'mericansouthern 'merican5 päivää sitten
  • The deepest watch ever to get field tested is a omega at 10900metres.

    Frankie RacingFrankie Racing5 päivää sitten
    • Great advertisement for Dugena

      wnnalis cioovwnnalis cioov5 päivää sitten
  • "Unboxing" You're hilarious! Love it.

    OutsideLands77OutsideLands775 päivää sitten
  • Wow, so intersting! Now I understand how the watches fail under pressure: case back is bended first, this provokes a movement damage, then, depending on the crystal thicknes it will be broken. Thanks for this high value information

    Rafael ThoméRafael Thomé5 päivää sitten
  • Chap takes a 100m rating which isn’t for diving to a depth of 3,000m. Why?

    Yoga with CarlosYoga with Carlos5 päivää sitten
  • Boys: Bbut I can't go swimming with my 200m diver, I just don't trust the rating! Men: ... 40 bar, 50 bar, 60 bar, BOOOOM

    Alias AnybodyAlias Anybody5 päivää sitten
  • I would like to see you compres metal shavings in to steel bar for making Damascus steel blade by a blacksmith

    Peer PersoonsPeer Persoons5 päivää sitten
  • impressive, this watch was supposed to be 100m water-resist only

    Wotan LauWotan Lau5 päivää sitten
  • From what I understand: Depth-ratings don't always mean you can take the watch to that specific depth underwater and expect it to survive. Especially on lower rated watches with depth-ratings under 200m. 30m/3 ATM on the basic plastic Swatch-watches doesn't mean you can take it to 30m and expect it to survive. Unless you're talking about ISO-certified dive-watches - then you *can* take the watch to the depth that's claimed on the dial. Doesn't mean you need a certified dive-watch to be able to take it swimming. If it's a model from a halfway competent manufacturer, I'd feel pretty safe with anything that has more than 200m on the dial - even for snorkelling or diving. If in doubt, one can always take it to a local watchmaker to check water-tightness and the state of the gaskets.

    1SaG1SaG5 päivää sitten
  • The Citizen stopped because the water pressure was pushing the glass against the seconds hand

    21asds21asds6 päivää sitten
  • Now do it with a ISO rated watch! You can get them for just a bit more...

    Nathan CNathan C6 päivää sitten
  • Interes test dep sea water press titaniun Clock 😎👍

    Raits HotsRaits Hots6 päivää sitten
    • The watch was dead when it first stopped ticking - the water got inside and you can see from the bubbles

      aola wiliaola wili6 päivää sitten
  • Marianas Trench is about 11,034 km deep. Just imagine it...

    childrollandchildrolland6 päivää sitten
    • KM?? That's deep!!!lol

      Levi DuffLevi Duff3 päivää sitten
  • What did you say at 7:51?)

    AntiRAD AntiNityAntiRAD AntiNity6 päivää sitten
  • Hi guys... just wanted to say how much I enjoyed this show, and I was so impressed that I've shared it on my channel with a link in the description to this video... best pressure videos I've seen on watches :) Huge thumbs and support from me as always, cheers from the UK :)

    WatchUP69 Mr RangemanWatchUP69 Mr Rangeman6 päivää sitten
  • Can you please please try an invicta pro diver??

    Juan MedinaJuan Medina6 päivää sitten
  • Great advertisement for Dugena

    FaintedFainted7 päivää sitten
  • Test a Vostok Amphibia.

    Donato FerioliDonato Ferioli7 päivää sitten
  • if I'm diving & my watch stops at 1000 feet, I'm gonna be SO pissed... XD

    bobboflybobbofly7 päivää sitten
  • Everyone: blah blah something watch. Me: The camera is holding up well.

    abbsnn coseabbsnn cose7 päivää sitten
  • Send broken watches to the watch repair channel for reason it broke and repair if possible

    Rtyhgf PlmkoiRtyhgf Plmkoi7 päivää sitten
  • Y'all broke the watch, but it handled a depth that would have broke the person wearing the watch so seems good enough.

    Aaron ReichertAaron Reichert7 päivää sitten
    • And just like that Dugena sales tripled.😁

      abbsnn coseabbsnn cose7 päivää sitten
  • very cool test. It's really nice to see that both watches work at their rated depth and even 3-4 times the rated depth.

    vkmicrovkmicro7 päivää sitten
  • Put battery inside,try some type of battery like a lithium,carbon,phone battery...

    Asli JogjaAsli Jogja7 päivää sitten
  • cool

    Rikard BlazickoRikard Blazicko7 päivää sitten
  • i think if citizen using sapphire crystal it doesn't blow up and can last more than 400 ft deep preasure...

    Don Omar DonDon Omar Don7 päivää sitten
  • The watch was dead when it first stopped ticking - the water got inside and you can see from the bubbles

    patrykK1028patrykK10287 päivää sitten
  • i demand a showdown to find the most water resistant every day wear watch

    dmsanctdmsanct7 päivää sitten
  • try and put a peace of meat into the chamber.. like a tinderloin or pig foot, a bird carcass

    TechnoMulenTechnoMulen7 päivää sitten
  • Aw heck. I was going to take a holiday at the Marianas trench,......good thing I watched this video first. I could have ruined my watch

    Honkler EttaHonkler Etta7 päivää sitten
  • What about G shock? That would be interesting. Considering that it is made from a resin and not metal.

    Pimpi1980gPimpi1980g7 päivää sitten
  • Next time try digital smart bands and smart watches. 😀

    Sangeeth SSangeeth S8 päivää sitten
  • This was a really clever use of the press, I haven't watched the whole video yet but I've seen the tennis and ping pong ball one. I have multiple citizen watches, can't beat the ecodrive solar power.

    Tech&ToolsTech&Tools8 päivää sitten
  • put colored ice in there and see if it will melt with pressure and then freeze back again...

    Pineapple_bPineapple_b8 päivää sitten