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Reviewing The Robust Titoni Seascoper 600 Carbotech Chronometer

Accesible, robust, and with a chronometer movement, this Titoni is quite the total package.

| By Robin Nooy | 2 min read |

Robust, lightweight and thoroughly modern… but at an attainable level, that best describes the Titoni Seascoper 600 Carbotech Chronometer. The brand has a long tradition of producing relatively affordable watches, with a classical style like the Master Series, Airmaster or the Heritage collection. On the more sporty side of things, we find the Seascoper, Titoni’s robust and accessible dive watch. Originally introduced in 2020, it now comes in a range of colours and materials, with the 600 CarboTech Chronometer being the range-topper for the time being. Naturally, we wanted to know a bit more and got it in front of our cameras for a video review. 

Titoni Seascoper 600 CarboTech Chronometer Dive Watch

While all Seascoper dive watches by Titoni follow the classical codes of a diver, the Seascoper 600 CarboTech Chronometer adds a whole new level to the range. What you get is a sizeable case, at 42mm in diameter and 14.5mm in height, machined out of lightweight CarboTech instead of heavy stainless steel. The design features bold lugs and strong shoulders for a masculine look. The light blue details on the bezel, dial, and optionally on the #tide strap made from recycled ocean plastic, give it a frivolous touch to offset the otherwise stealth-black theme of the watch. If the blue is a bit too much for you, there’s a more subdued white-and-grey alternative. And on the other end of the spectrum, if you feel like turning it up to eleven, there’s also a rainbow version available.

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As mentioned, the Titoni Seascoper 600 CarboTech Chronometer comes with solid specs, both outside and in. Partially revealed by the porthole-shaped caseback is the in-house Calibre T10, which was launched in 2019 and also used in the Line 1919. Compared to the more common ETA and Sellita movement used in dive watches comparable to the Seascoper, the T10 movement offers a very good 72 hours of power reserve. With it, and the CarboTech case, you certainly get quite a strong value-for-money deal, as prices for the Seascoper 600 CarboTech Chronometer range from EUR 2,910 (Blue or white/grey) to EUR 3,000 (Rainbow).

Check the video at the top of this article to learn all there is to know about the Titoni Seascoper 600 CarboTech Chronometer. You can also check out our introduction article here, or visit the brand’s website at

1 response

  1. Thank you for the excellent review. I purchased the two-tone version of the new Seascoper late last year and have been extremely pleased with the overall construction and the attention to detail of the watch. Just a great value IMHO.


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