Don’t just confine yourself to dry land. The Endeavour takes you to the sea with its 20ATM (200m) water resistance, while still remaining ultra-durable and comfortable on the wrist. Made with premium components such as top grade sapphire crystals and VITON® gaskets for the waterproof seal in the watch case.
COATED WITH SWISS SUPERLUMINOVA FOR LEGIBILITY IN THE DEEPEST DEPTHS
SEA IN THE DARK
Just like bioluminescent creatures found on the ocean surface to the deep seafloor, the glow of the Endeavour's two-tone lume will provide maximum legibility and clarity whether you’re above or below the surface.
The ultimate titanium dive watch built for voyages above and below the surface.
A nod to the sea, the Endeavour is RZE’s premier dive watch, built to take your adventures from across the land into the ocean, featuring a water resistance of 200 metres or 660 feet.
Powered by one of the most reliable automatic watch movements, the SII NH38A sits securely in a full titanium case with our special UltraHex™️ Anti-Scratch coating, making it ~8x harder than 316L Stainless Steel.
The Endeavour comes with our default titanium bracelet that is also coated with our UltraHex™️ Anti-Scratch coating. The simple case design allows you to mix and match different straps to suit different occasions. Try it on with our Tropics Rubber Strap or NATO strap for a rugged nautical look.
Every part of the Endeavour was constructed for both deep-sea voyages and expeditions above ground. Dive in with the Endeavour, who knows what your next big discovery might be.
Really like this watch. The great thing about it is it has no date window. It's not easy to find a watch without one. I wish it was a litter bigger, say 42mm. but it's still a great looking watch.
I. Love. This. Watch
I think dive watches on a metal bracelet look great. But big, heavy watches make my wrist hurt, so I've long been a fan of titanium divers. Enter the RZE Endeavour. At slightly less than 100 grams when sized, it's very lightweight. The 40mm case fits my 7-inch wrist perfectly. The bracelet is easy to resize with the included screwdriver and super comfortable. The watch itself sits on my wrist without much sliding. A number of reviews mention it basically disappears on the wrist and it's true. I often forget I'm wearing mine. That's not to say, however, the Endeavour lacks wrist presence. The muted grey and angles of the case (which are slightly less sharp in person) give the watch a distinctive, utilitarian flare. The dial is very legible with some of the strongest and most colorful lume I've seen. The textured face has understated character. The watch just looks great. The movement is just the humble Seiko NH38 but the accuracy is excellent, about +3 seconds per day out of the box. And for those who care about such things, there's no phantom date position to annoy you. The bezel action is smooth and satisfyingly clicky, which isn't a given on titanium watches. The only negative is the bezel has about a half-click of back play before it locks. But my research suggests this is a common occurrence even with far more expensive watches. And once the bezel it locks into place, there is zero movement in either direction. I don't see it as an issue at all. At under $500, this watch is excellent value imo. If the Pacific Blue ever comes back in stock, I'll probably pick up one of those too.