The bright orange one-off could raise up to $88,000 for charity.
All of the novelties celebrate the brand’s 175th anniversary and will be sold as limited editions.
In November, Only Watch will offer 54 utterly unique timepieces from the biggest, most daring brands in the business.
The, surprisingly, versatile diver celebrates World Oceans Day.
The geometric lines on the dial imitate a pattern used on British and U.S. Navy craft to confuse the enemy.
The brand says it has plans to put the timepiece into production at a future date.
The timepiece has 85 different geometric cuts to its icy bling.
The silky material lasts longer than oil and makes for less maintenance.
The 45 mm watch also features the brand’s first micro-rotor in platinum.