Doesn't make me love my SEA RAM 500 auto any less (the skewed window), but those little details add up. The tubes are nicely done on this as well, and I think how they incorporated into the split hands is genius (don't know if I've seen that elsewhere). Were I to not already have the SR500 and with the special pricing I'd be strongly tempted.
As to the post above about the size. It’s certainly not svelte, but DB’s cases wear smaller than the diameter alone suggests as the lug-to-lug is pretty moderate. Likewise the bezel is quite prominent which eases the impact of the dial somewhat. Actually, I’d suggest the Day/Night may wear a bit smaller still than the SEA RAM as the case edge is more refined with that polished ribbon, and the crown guards are smaller. The SEA RAM is more tool-oriented (design, not owner). The Day/Night bridges the gap a bit. I’m not helping myself here as I’m now thinking about this more.
My blue tube orange face Scuba
The day night recon in this color combo is my favorite Deep Blue, I have about 10 Deep Blue's some automatics some quarz.
Hello to all, I'm new to owning a Deep Blue.
I was looking to buy a Bulova then saw some pictures of a Deep Blue Master Explorer 3 1000 and had to have one.
Came today and it looks better in the flesh than in the pictures.I sold a Brietling Hercules last year and this watch has more presence than that.
I'm very impressed with the styling and build quality.A Cyclops eye was added before I got it but I think I may remove it.Any thoughts?
Here's some pics of mine.
Last edited by daveruss; April 10th, 2015 at 23:20. Reason: pics a bit big
That Abyss completes the DB collection.
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