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    I think i may be one of the only people left still holding out on the hexa k500.

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    Re: What diver do you have in the air at the moment?

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    I think i may be one of the only people left still holding out on the hexa k500.

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    +1! Patiently waiting for an update...

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    Re: What diver do you have in the air at the moment?

    UTS 1000m V2...by the end of the week.....
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    Re: What diver do you have in the air at the moment?

    I finally had the funds to pick up a Armida A1...purchased it today!!!
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    Re: What diver do you have in the air at the moment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drop of a Hat View Post
    I think i may be one of the only people left still holding out on the hexa k500.

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    Nope. I am too.


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    Re: What diver do you have in the air at the moment?

    Another "Rolex" submariner,when the funds become available.Had a few in the years past,but in today`s market the cost is too high for me....

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    Re: What diver do you have in the air at the moment?

    Am awaiting with anticipation a Armida A2 diver, only transit problem it was sent express and the USPS did not scan it (go figure) so it's comming priority. It had the computer generted white express label rather than the counter issued multi-copy red/white/blue, so Monday 4-23 (I hope)

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    So far reading the specs on the A2 and after having so many dive watches over the past 13 years...

    I like the drilled lugs (you can use shoulderless springbars) the rubber stem gasket (like the Rolex trip-lok) the size maybe bit big... more after Monday.
    My wrist is 7.25in so I'm only concerned with the LTL measurment which I believe is 50mm varies on personal reviewsand fs posts and Armida website info.
    But looks good the Citizen (Miyota) movement does not bother me being less expensive than the ETA and similar to preformance/quality to the Seiko 7s26

    I am a PADI/NAUI cert rec diver and normally have not used a watch in timing diving since about early 00.Just nice to have a good looking dive watch thats funcitional and not god-awuful big like so many. Nothing worse (except a fat guy in a speedo) that seeing a huge dive watch on a skinny wrist.....

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    ^7.25"? You'll be fine with the A2. Looking forward to your pics & impressions.
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    Re: What diver do you have in the air at the moment?

    Thanks, will do, my seller is at the PO this min in Morton Grove, IL trying to sort the express scan mess up. So I suspect Monday arrival.I did do a comparision with the Seiko 007 (wearing now) and the Steinhart vintage military Here is what I got from several posts on the forum:

    Armida A 2

    42mm case, 43mm at the bezel, 13mm thick, 51mm lug to lug, Weight 175g with bracelet

    Steinhart Military/Seiko 007 as a comparison:

    Size: 42mm diameter, 46mm incl. crown, 13mm thick, Weight: 190 g with bracelet Crystal Diameter 31.5 mm

    Seiko 007 Bezel Dia 40 mm, 42.5 mm, Case Dia 45.5 mm, Lug to Lug 46 mm, Thickness 13 mm 150g with a Yobokies Super Oyster

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