On the three-level dial, enriched by a radial guilloche finish, creating an incredible kaleidoscopic and changing effect, and featuring a large open date window, the hour sphere rotates, reminiscent of the spear of the god Odin, in honor of the mountain of the same name at the extreme west of Canada, as well as the hand in the additional 24-hour counter, placed at 10 o’clock. The second hand recalls the trident of the same Norse god, while the minute hand is shaped mountalike Zeus’s lightning bolt, in honor of the peak of the same name at the extreme east of North American territory.

The coordinates of both promontories are displayed on the side of the case of each watch, and the serial number is located near the lugs, while the aforementioned hands along with the indices are treated with superluminova to ensure excellent nighttime visibility.

The Prima Abyss is a sports watch with elegant lines that make it suitable for any occasion, not just extreme sports, being tested to climb the most rugged peaks and at the same time explore abyssal depths, as evidenced by the model’s name, enduring water pressure at a depth of 200 meters. On the closed case back, preserving the precision Swiss movement by Peseux, customized for Solar Aqua, a laser engraving appears with the map of Canada highlighting the two points of the two mountains, Zeus and Odin, which are located at opposite sides of Canada.