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

    Quote Originally Posted by Riddim Driven View Post
    Hey there JollyWatcher How does this Sea Quest wear please. Do you have a profile shot? Deep Blue is having a sale & this is a reasonable offering and at 42MM is good The watch seems a bit thick, and the case has a slight appendage on the "release valve" side --- Also how is the lume? I'm hoping it's better than the Sea Ram 500

    Curious if you or anyone else with this cased watch could comment

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    RD,

    The lume is what you would expect from Deep Blue---fantastic. The watch wears well for my wrist. I'm just glad there's a DB watch that finally fits me! Lol.

    I don't find the overall size too chunky. But 42mm is the max I go. The left side doesn't bother me at all.

    Wish I could take advantage of the sale. Sigh.

    Edit: The curved lugs and curved strap really make the watch hug my wrist and that makes a BIG difference to me

    Hope the info helps.

    Here's another pic took today:




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

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    RD,

    The lume is what you would expect from Deep Blue---fantastic. The watch wears well for my wrist. I'm just glad there's a DB watch that finally fits me! Lol.

    I don't find the overall size too chunky. But 42mm is the max I go. The left side doesn't bother me at all.

    Wish I could take advantage of the sale. Sigh.

    Edit: The curved lugs and curved strap really make the watch hug my wrist and that makes a BIG difference to me

    Hope the info helps.

    Here's another pic took today:

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    Hey, -- Thanks so much for getting back to me! Yours is blue. I couldn't tell the color in your previous pic. That's the same one I was curious about. I agree on the size. I don't really need this watch ha ha - but am tempted.

    Thanks again

    RD

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Riddim Driven View Post
    Hey, -- Thanks so much for getting back to me! Yours is blue. I couldn't tell the color in your previous pic. That's the same one I was curious about. I agree on the size. I don't really need this watch ha ha - but am tempted.

    Thanks again

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    I didn't need the watch either but couldn't resist the grab-n-go day/date quartz convenience.

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

    When I saw this watch last December, I knew I had to have it. And then when I found it at virtually half price, that sealed the deal! When it arrived, it looked really great but there was just something missing... oh yeah, it wasn't black. So I sent it off to Jay at MCWW to get a black Cerakote finish. He did the whole watch as well as the chapter ring... It arrived back to me last week, and I really, really like it now!
    I put it on an N80 custom strap by Dustin Ross...
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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris B. View Post
    When I saw this watch last December, I knew I had to have it. And then when I found it at virtually half price, that sealed the deal! When it arrived, it looked really great but there was just something missing... oh yeah, it wasn't black. So I sent it off to Jay at MCWW to get a black Cerakote finish. He did the whole watch as well as the chapter ring... It arrived back to me last week, and I really, really like it now!
    I put it on an N80 custom strap by Dustin Ross...
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    WOW that's awesome! Bet that wasn't a cheap mod =\
    .-= SJ =-.

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

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    WOW that's awesome! Bet that wasn't a cheap mod =\
    Actually, the mod cost about $125 so considering that I was able to get the watch for $150, having something that looks this good for less than $300 was a bargain... I only had to wait 16 weeks or so but Jay does such good work, it was worth it.
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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris B. View Post
    Actually, the mod cost about $125 so considering that I was able to get the watch for $150, having something that looks this good for less than $300 was a bargain... I only had to wait 16 weeks or so but Jay does such good work, it was worth it.
    One can only agree, the result is stunning ;)
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    Re: **THE "OFFICIAL" DEEP BLUE WATCH CLUB THREAD**

    The air was right for the Monte Carlo colors tonight...

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

    Went for the Quartz based in this cool look and put it on a leather Zulu.



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