New Miyota Movement Debuts in TW Steel’s CEO Diver MultiFunction Automatic Written byMark BernardoJune 12, 2012 Another interesting watch we found at the Las Vegas watch and Jewelry shows was the CEO Diver Multi Function Automatic, from Netherlands-based TW Steel, a relatively young brand that has quickly garnered a following for its big, affordably priced sports watches. TW Steel CEO Jordy Cobelens told us that the watch is the first to use a new automatic mechanical movement, Caliber 9100, developed by the Japanese firm Miyota, part of the Citizen Group of companies. The functions include day, date, month, 24-hour time indication and power-reserve display. The movement features Incabloc shock protection, 26 jewels, and a rotor engraved with the TW Steel logo. The watches are available in either 44-mm or 48-mm diameter titanium cases. Their divers’ bezels have a sandblasted PVD dark titanium plating and raised numerals with a contrasting shiny finish. They have sapphire crystals and silicone straps and are water-resistant to 100 meters. And while aficionados of Japanese horology will appreciate the new Miyota movement, they and other watch lovers will also likely appreciate the price: $1,259 for the 44-mm models and $1,329 for the 48-mm models.