Pontos S

Sportsmanship, naturally

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Sportsmanship, naturally

Pontos S

Inside the Pontos S

If any diver's chronograph can be naturally in tune with the times, this one can. The Pontos S is perfect for short dives with a modern style that perfectly combines form and function. A design that blends mechanical expertise with contemporary style: accessible yet crafted down to the last detail. This timepiece will surely speak to a generation that sees everyday living as an art. Resolutely sporty, the character of the Pontos S is clearly inspired by the world of sport, from the tautness of its silhouette to the determination of its face. The dynamic strap is a perfect match for the case. The all-steel version sports a NATO strap whose contrasting sleek design encapsulates the collection's sporting spirit. Comfortable and hypoallergenic, especially in wet conditions, the nylon strap demonstrates exceptional strength. This no doubt explains its extreme popularity with athletes, divers and astronauts, who can easily adjust it according to the thickness of their gear.

The 43 mm diameter stainless steel case is water resistant to 200 meters. It features a winding crown and two pushpieces shaped to ensure a better grip, accentuating the chronograph's strong character. The bezel ring is inside, in an original contrast to usual practice. Besides its artistic merits and enhanced sense of finesse and purity, this design – the subject of a patent application – enables maximum wear. The chronograph counters on the dial fit together in a beautiful balancing act, without seeking originality at all costs. Its legibility is perfect. Available in a range of colors, the Pontos S is mechanized by the self--winding Valjoux 7750 / SW500 movements, which boasts a long pedigree in terms of performance and accuracy. The Pontos S will unquestionably appeal to sports and diving enthusiasts or simply to those in love with an era that has turned elegance and sportsmanship into a way of life. 


- Ø 43 mm, stainless steel case
- black circular brushed aluminum turning scale ring with grey, blue, orange or red indications
- Vertical brushed middle-case and lugs sides, with polished bezel and facet on lugs
- Engraved case-back
- Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating 
- Water resistant to 200m / 20 atm
- Black sun brushed dial 
- Spiral recess and satin finished counters
- Applied indexes with large SLN zone for excellent legibility when diving
- Diamond-cut hands with large SLN zone for excellent legibility when diving
- Minute and second hands color matching with turning scale ring and crown aluminum ring


- Robust 3 rows stainless steel bracelet
- Extra color matching NATO strap provided
- Double security deploying clasp with adjustment link to wear on a scuba outfit
- Stainless steel buckle on NATO strap
Personalised Valjoux 7750 / SW500 calibres, with guaranteed quality and precision
Self-winding calibre ML112 based on the Valjoux 7750 / SW500 movements


- Hours and minutes indicated by central hands
- Small seconds at 9 o’clock
- Chronograph seconds indicated by a central hand
- 30-minute chronograph counter at 12 o’clock
- 12-hour chronograph counter at 6 o’clock
- Date indicated in an aperture at 6 o’clock
Vibration: 28’800 alt/h, 4 Hz
Power Reserve: 46 hours
Jewels: 25
Adjustments: 3 positions when fully wound and after 24 hours
Decoration: rhodium-plated movement.


Adam Garone

Adam Garone

«Who dares wins.»  

How do you define success?
I believe your success is defined by your significance.  I believe that being successful is a journey to realize your greatest potential and a necessary steppingstone to becoming significant.  Significance comes when you use your success and influence to serve a greater purpose that makes this world a better place.  Success lasts a lifetime whereas significance can survive time. 

Do you have a key sentence/motto about success?
WHO DARES WINS. Motto of the Australian Special Air Service Regiment. This is a bold statement that in my world embodies an entrepreneur spirit that is driven to win. 

What inspires you? And where do you find your inspiration?
I draw inspiration from the team I work with, from the men who we serve and their stories of survival.

Could you tell us about your success? What is the short-story of your success?
I’m the CEO & co-founder of Movember, the annual world-wide charity movement dedicated to changing the face of men’s health - all through the power of the moustache. To date, over 3 million moustaches have been grown and supported for Movember, raising €327 million which is funding world class programs focused on prostate and testicular cancer, and male mental health.
Movember began in 2003, when my brother, Travis, and friend Luke decided to bring the moustache back into fashion for a month. They convinced 30 friends, including myself, to grow a Mo (Aussie slang for moustache) for the 30 days of Movember, formerly known as November.
We were surprised by the amount of fun we had and the many conversations sparked by our Mo’s. The next year, four of us decided to make Mo-growing an annual, official charitable event by adding an important cause-prostate cancer. Inspired by what the women in their lives were doing for breast cancer, it was decided that the moustache was the perfect hairy ribbon for men’s health. From there, Movember has grown into the world’s largest non-government funder of men’s health programs, with official campaigns in 21 countries.
Prior to my role at Movember, I spent five years working in a corporate environment developing, managing and marketing emerging web and mobile technologies for companies such as Vodafone. My career began with the Australian Army and Special Forces where I served as an officer for nine years.

Do you have “5 rules” to follow and keep on being successful?
1.Create a vision that is so real you feel what its like to have achieved it, develop a detailed plan, then work really hard to make it happen
2.Surround yourself with brilliant people who share your vision, passion and work ethic
3.Keep your customers and community central to everything you do
4.Use technology as an accelerator
5.Make time to think strategically


Do you have a ritual that you follow everyday?
- Wake up, groom my moustache
- Make a healthy juice and good coffee
- Create a plan for the day, by asking myself: What is it that I want to achieve today?
- Cycle to work.
- Work hard, have fun, do good!
- Cycle home.
- Relax & Repeat.

« I’ve learned that life is about the time spent enduring and enjoying the journey, not the destination. »

What do you avoid to continue being successful?
Distractions…. Through the rapid growth of Movember I’m continuously faced with a myriad of opportunities and distractions.  A rule we live by at Movember is: What you say no to defines you more than what you say yes to.

Do you have advice for the younger generations?
- Lead by example and inspire those around you
- Do something you love and have fun doing it
- Do something that makes the world a bit better
- Be five minutes early, be prepared, be present and always contribute
- Know that there is no substitute for hard work

How important is time in your life? And what does time represents for you?
I’ve learned that life is about the time spent enduring and enjoying the journey, not the destination. True fulfillment, happiness and pride come from the journey itself, not when you have reached the destination.

How do you deal with time questions in your work?
Time is short.  You must make your time at work the most productive it can possibly be and always make quality time for your family, friends and for yourself.


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