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    THINNEST diver?

    This could be even more fun.

    I have a Zenith Rainbow Elite (200m, now out of production)
    with a case height of 9.5mm. Can anyone name a svelter taucher
    currently in production?


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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    Quote Originally Posted by redstart View Post
    This could be even more fun.

    I have a Zenith Rainbow Elite (200m, now out of production)
    with a case height of 9.5mm. Can anyone name a svelter taucher
    currently in production?
    That's going to be a hard one to beat for a diver, Mike. The only watch that I know of that comes close is the fabulous Soarway Diver, which is 10.25mm.

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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    (9K)9000 meter Roven Dino.

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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    Quote Originally Posted by SHANE 1000 View Post
    (9K)9000 meter Roven Dino.


    Très amusant!

    Maximum depth rating I find for that all-quartz marque is 50m.

    http://www.rovendino.com/
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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    My Sinn 809 auto with chrono grade ETA 2892-A2 is also 9.5mm. Something to be said for not smacking your watch on every door facing.


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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    I think the Concord Mariner Diver stands a good chance.
    I believe this is about 8.7 or 8.9 mm in height.
    Concord watches often come with a big discount, and are never discussed on the forum, the build quality of cases and bracelets seems excellent though.
    Boring designs?

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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    Who wants a THIN diver???

    That's like having a 300LB Pamela Anderson.

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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    Wrong! That's like Pamela Anderson with a A-cup....


    The BR dive watch is pretty thin.
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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    That's a beauty! Wish they still made that. Was it superseded by anything similar?

    Quote Originally Posted by bart View Post
    My Sinn 809 auto with chrono grade ETA 2892-A2 is also 9.5mm. Something to be said for not smacking your watch on every door facing.


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    Re: THINNEST diver?

    One I would not have thought of. Many thanks. Can't seem to find a reference for the dimensions at the moment. The Concord website is not very forthcoming.

    Quote Originally Posted by Daddel Virks View Post
    I think the Concord Mariner Diver stands a good chance.
    I believe this is about 8.7 or 8.9 mm in height.
    Concord watches often come with a big discount, and are never discussed on the forum, the build quality of cases and bracelets seems excellent though.
    Boring designs?

    Cheers,

    Daddel.

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