BVLGARI plunged into the essence of Diagono Scuba. Inspired by the volumes of ancient roman structures, BVLGARI designed Diagono to resonate as a geometrical piece of Italian architecture.
When Bulgari launched the first Scuba in 1994, it redefined the whole idea of sporting chic. Equally at home under water as it is on a lively terrace in Porto Cervo, the Scuba has become a sport chic icon.
The essential elements of the original design have been maintained: a dial and bezel picking up the architectural codes of the Roman column and arches, as well as similar hands and hour-markers. The performance of the watch stems from its highly specific design.
The case diameter is now at 41mm, appealing to the trends of sporting larger wristwatches. The dial is cleaner compared to its predecessor, removing elements such as the COSC-certification on its dial as a result of the BVL191 movement not being COSC-certified. The water resistance rating of Bulgari dive watches has varied over the years, and for 2015, the Bulgari Diagono Scuba has improved to a solid 300 meters.