Momentum Officially Announces The Innerspace Diver

Dive Momentum Watch News

Canadian brand Momentum has officially announced their new 300m dive watch, the Innerspace. Already known to many of you who frequent the big watch forums,  the Innerspace is a compressor-style diver boasting an ETA 2836-2 automatic movement, a display case-back, and an internal bi-directional rotating bezel, all housed in a 44mm stainless steel case. The Innerspace uses a black dial with bright orange markings (we love the orange 15 minute scale) and white indices. Case thickness is slated at 14mm and buyers will be able to choose from a 22mm bracelet or a rubber strap. Pricing is slated for $895 – $995 which seems a little high given its similarity to the Halios Laguna which retails for less and boasts 500m WR. Click through for additional photos and let us know in the comments if you would like to see a full review of the Momentum Innerspace.

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8 Comments

  1. It kind of seems an IWC homage. But even so i´ld like to see what´s it´s  worth

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  2. Shame on Momentum. A complete rip off of Schaumburg AQM3 as found on http://www.schaumburgwatch.com/uk/aquamatic-drei.html

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    • Yep – pretty lame indeed, especially considering the price which is outrageous IMO.

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    • and the only reason it is rated higher in depth, no display back.

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  3. First glance reminded me of an IWC Aquatimer, which is a good thing.  I’ll cast a vote for a full review since this is the type of watch I’m looking for in my world of indecisiveness.

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  4. Looks like a copy of Momentus watches from Japan.

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  5. Would love to see a full review! Tnx.

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