Pics removed by request of Tlex, i will shoot some pictures tonight
After selling my Sinn U1 SDR and Marathon CSAR I was looking for a nice tritium watch in the cheaper category because I needed the funded money for something else.
I looked at Luminox and they do make nice watches but the quality was a bit of a dissapointment.
I did see Vostok Europe's Ekranoplan before on Youtube and it's a nice watch but then I noticed the new Anchar and it looked very cool with the yellow/black.
This watch retails for about 400 euro's over here and the package looked very good, a big heavy 30ATM watch with tritium and 2 straps and a nice Pelican case, I was blown away by the quality when I got it, the crown
and bezel feel better then on my Sinn U1 and the MB-Microtech tubes are very bright.
-Nice matte finish on the 316L case.
-Every watch is pressure tested and come's with the test results.
-MB Microtech tritium tube's, very bright.
-2 tritium tube's on the hour hand, very easy to keep the hands apart in the dark.
-Seiko automatic movement.
-30ATM waterproof instead of the 20ATM for the Ekranoplan.
-A really nice soft rubber band of natural rubber like the Marathon CSAR, also a nice big leather strap.
-Screwed tube's for the lug construction.
-Crown at 2 o clock is awesome, the crown of the Sinn at 4 did poke my hand sometimes.
-Nice screwdown caseback with a metal piece and a metal ring, this gives a nice torque effect and the caseback logo is always placed in the right way, a nice detail.
-It's big, but I like big watches :P
-Nothing else for far, time keeping is very good.
So it's one of the cheaper dive watches but with an awesome quality and some nice details, If you like big watches you have check this one out.
Picture's from: OceanicTime: Vostok Europe ANCHAR Review