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    Sun's out, spring is here, seemed like the right thing to do.

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    Re: Just Joined the Club!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommer45 View Post
    So I've recently become dive certified, and although I have many many dive watches I figured it was a good excuse to add another to the watch drawer. I ended up adding two, kind of accidentally.

    I bid on eBay for a Depthmaster 3000m, and when I was sure I'd be outbid I went ahead and found a brand new Master Explorer online all the way in Australia (I'm in NJ, USA). Well by the time the Master Explorer was on it's way to me I ended up winning the Depthmaster, so now I've got two new Deep Blue watches.


    I ended up getting the Depthmaster lightly used for half off, and I gotta say this is an impressive watch for the price. I'm not wild about how busy the design of the case is, or the design of the bezel, but the sapphire bezel insert is a great touch and adds a really nice look to the watch. The domed crystal is really great too. It's a beast of a watch, and very well made. The bezel is one of the best bezels I've ever owned... so incredibly solid and the ratcheting mechanism is amazing... it's better than my Panerai Submersible and both of my Omega Seamasters put together.




    When I bought the Master Explorer I didn't realize it was one of the cheaper offerings from Deep Blue. I really wanted the DayNight Scuba, but when I saw the Master Explorer I jumped on it. Quality-wise I think I should've went with the DayNight. The ME is a beautiful watch...it's got that classic dive watch look.

    My few complaints aside, this is really a nice looking watch and a solid feeling watch for the most part and I'm excited to dive with it. Oh yeah, a note about the Miyota 9015. These are my first Miyotas as far as I know, and they have been keeping excellent time. Panerai is my favorite brand by far and my Deep Blues have been crushing my Panerai's in-house movement in terms of accuracy!
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    Congrats and enjoy.

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    My new to me recon, on a Armidafrane
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    I just joined the club/thread! Got myself a white bezel sea ram automatic! Such a nice watch!Name:  IMG_1207.JPG
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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Quote Originally Posted by CRAIG4FSU View Post
    Another Juggy in the collection.On Watchadoo 5 link steel.

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    Hi mate, nice watch, congrats, i was thinking about making this watch my first DB, im loving the blue dial markers, any idea where i could find one at a good price?
    cheers



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    I recently acquired one too, full lume bezel. I was worried that the size will be a bit big given its 45mm on my 7" wrist. But when I got it, it was more comfortable than I expected, even with the stock bracelet. I wasn't has big and heavy as my Borealis Seafarer and ECO Zilla on Suppas. The big crown was a pleasant surprise too, didn't bother my due to its smooth finishing. Even the crown on the smaller A8 bothered me sometimes because how sharp the knurling was.

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    Well done. One of my favorite DB pieces.
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    ^^ my only complaint is that the bezel alignment is a hair off and oddly the lume on the bezel is brighter and stronger than the dial. If they applied more lume it will be perfect. But I do like it more than my previous T25 DB which had useless tritium, and the Sun Diver 1k.

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

    My Sun Diver III, simply love it...

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    Seiko: SRP637 - SSC015 - SRP485 - SNDC47 (modded) - SNDD95

    Deep Blue: Sun Diver III BK/BK - Sea Chrono BK - Sea Ram 500 MOP BK/BK, Sea Ram Chrono 500 (lume bezel), Sea Ram Chrono PVD White Ceramic Bezel


    G-Shock: GW-A1100-1AER - GG-1000-1A - GG-1000-1A3 -
    GG-1000-1A5 - GST-S110D-1A - GA-1000-2A - GA-1000-4B - GA-1100-1A - GA-100-1A1 - GA-100LG-8A - GAC-100-1A - GA-110NE-9AJ - GX-56-1A - GD-120CM-8 - GD-120CM-4 - DW-6900CC-6 - DW-6901UD-3 - GMD-S6900CF-2 - AW-591RL-4A - G-731D-2 - MTG-500-2

    Misc: Swiss Legend, Casio, Fossil, Pulsar, Festina, Breil, Lotus, Timeforce, Offshore Limited, and more...

    Flipped: a LOT... wrecked a lot too ;o)

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

    Quote Originally Posted by DEMO111 View Post
    Great thread!

    I've had many Deep Blues over the years. I've always been happy with them, they are great watches for the money. And Stan always provides excellent customer service before and after the purchase.

    Here are a few shots of the DB's from over the years.




    Already own a Sun Diver (see previous post) and am looking to buy one of these right now (Pro Aqua), do you have any idea (or pics) how the black dial one looks on a NATO/ZULU strap?

    Thanks!
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    Seiko: SRP637 - SSC015 - SRP485 - SNDC47 (modded) - SNDD95

    Deep Blue: Sun Diver III BK/BK - Sea Chrono BK - Sea Ram 500 MOP BK/BK, Sea Ram Chrono 500 (lume bezel), Sea Ram Chrono PVD White Ceramic Bezel


    G-Shock: GW-A1100-1AER - GG-1000-1A - GG-1000-1A3 -
    GG-1000-1A5 - GST-S110D-1A - GA-1000-2A - GA-1000-4B - GA-1100-1A - GA-100-1A1 - GA-100LG-8A - GAC-100-1A - GA-110NE-9AJ - GX-56-1A - GD-120CM-8 - GD-120CM-4 - DW-6900CC-6 - DW-6901UD-3 - GMD-S6900CF-2 - AW-591RL-4A - G-731D-2 - MTG-500-2

    Misc: Swiss Legend, Casio, Fossil, Pulsar, Festina, Breil, Lotus, Timeforce, Offshore Limited, and more...

    Flipped: a LOT... wrecked a lot too ;o)

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