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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Quote Originally Posted by flexoffender View Post
    Laughed harder than I should have at that post.
    I love my Invicta of divers and no one is going to keep me from shopping on shophq, because I am just basic like that.
    According to this guy, with only 29 posts you know even less than I do!!!!!!
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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Couple of pics of the TOP Grade 2824 in my T100 Alpha Marine:

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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Just joined the party. Sea Ram Auto.



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    My first Deep Blue Diver and I'm loving it!

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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey.S View Post
    No interest in DB anymore, in looking at the watches now offered i see more and more low end crap!!!! Brand has lost any prestige they might have had. Now just another shophq brand. The Invicta of divers. JMO
    I have been a long time Deep Blue collector. I have a few. I really like the old stuff better. I would in no way consider them to be like Invicta though. True, they do produce some mighty big watches and some crazy colors, but I think there is a market for that type of stuff right now. If I started my own watch brand and sold 25,000 watches a year and then found out that I could sell 100,000 a year by simply offering bright colors..well then im producing bright colors. Their Chronographs are spot on, the materials are great. The Quality is amazing. I'd buy a few more it they didnt look so big on my wrist. The pro diver 1000 collection is about as large as I can stand. But their pro diver chronograph has got to be one of the best Bang for your Buck watches out there.

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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Quote Originally Posted by steegmans View Post
    My first Deep Blue Diver and I'm loving it!
    Nice. These are great watches. How cool would it be thought if they offered the Sun Diver with a display case back? Enjoy it my friend
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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Received my Daynight Scuba. Solid build, tight bezel amazing lume. I removed the SS bracelet and put it on a deep blue rubber

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    Lume shot, no special effects, just came in from outside.
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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Picked up my first and definitely not last, Deep Blue watch last a few days back. The tritium could be just a touch brighter, but it's really quite readable in low light and not overpowering in pitch blackness so I really can't say too much bad about it. I ditched the SS bracelet right away, it's back in the box and still has the plastic on it, and the watch is wearing a heavy duty Crown & Buckle zulu which I think is a nice look even though I ordered a 22mm by mistake.


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    And a couple cell phone lume pics:

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    Gen 1 Ocean Diver with ETA 2824-2
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    Panerai, Oris; Steinhart; Victorinox; G-Shock; Orient; Seiko

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