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    Model 50 Variations

    Does anyone know how many different color variations the Aquadive Model 50 came in?
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    Hi Jimmy!
    I´ve been thinking of the same question, and this is what I Think is the correct answer to your question
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    Thanks brother!!!
    great historical layout, answers a lot of questions!
    looking for a black and white and an orange

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    Orange already on my list
    Now added yellow / orange not seen that version before
    Thanks for sharing
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    Re: Model 50 Variations

    That's a lot of versions to add to your Watch box!
    Current rotation:
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    Re: Model 50 Variations

    And do not forget about the Rotary Aquadive model 50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff wilson View Post
    And do not forget about the Rotary Aquadive model 50.
    They are lovely Jeff!!!!! I´ve never seen a black and white one.. but this one... what do you think of it. Is it a Franken/home made or is it for real? First i thought it was a home made, but the BLUE (yours blue rotary has red) 0, 3, 6 , 9, 12 markers on the depth gauge ... the lack of rotary logo in dial... and the 0-20 seconds on the dial... made me think otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scubasommer View Post
    Thanks brother!!!
    great historical layout, answers a lot of questions!
    looking for a black and white and an orange
    Go for it... It´s a lovely watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amckiwi View Post
    Orange already on my list
    Now added yellow / orange not seen that version before
    Thanks for sharing
    Stu
    i would go for an Aquadive "4.0" due to the fact that "1.0", 2.0" and "3.0" are extremely rare (only seen 7 i pictures in my lifetime) and the fact that 4.0 looks much better from a sideview. The 3 first models where not that great when it comes to the case/glass design. Doomed acrylic glass, very thin bezel ring..... but they are cool as f... Aquadive 4.0 is in my oppinion the greatest. I simply love my black/white one (I´ve got both blue, orange and black/white). Jeff Wilsons Rotary (instead of Aquadive) time-depth are just as goodlooking as the Aquadive, but they are even harder to find (approxemately 1 or 2 for sale... worldwide...every year - not your commond watch).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonasForsberg View Post
    They are lovely Jeff!!!!! I´ve never seen a black and white one.. but this one... what do you think of it. Is it a Franken/home made or is it for real? First i thought it was a home made, but the BLUE (yours blue rotary has red) 0, 3, 6 , 9, 12 markers on the depth gauge ... the lack of rotary logo in dial... and the 0-20 seconds on the dial... made me think otherwise.
    I do not know but the Bezal insert looks like its a very early one and may be the dial to no Aquadive on it or Swiss made.
    I have only ever seen one Orange Rotary Aquadive and its the one I have got it off Jon Wallis all the photos on the net is of my watch but it can not be the only one see if you can find one Photo anything I can not.

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