Final Dive Bonaire -- Part 1

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    Final Dive Bonaire -- Part 1

    Last dives at Bonaire for this year As it turns out we had a great time diving. I really prefer the Military Sharkhunter for diving and either the GMT Carib or the 750Pro for topside. A couple last pics.........

    Spotted Drum



    A nice Filefish....



    Parrotfish






    Yellow-Tailed Snapper



    A school of Grunts


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    Re: Final Dive Bonaire -- Part 1

    Jason,

    Those are awesome! I hope you had a great time. Thanks for sharing the pics!

    Why (if you didn't already say) is the Military Shark your favorite? Is it more visible in diving conditions?
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    Re: Final Dive Bonaire -- Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by iWatch View Post
    Why (if you didn't already say) is the Military Shark your favorite? Is it more visible in diving conditions?
    The Mil Sharky has white numbers on the inner bezel with Orange on the outer bezel. The combination of orange on black and white on black makes it very easy to read as you are at greater depth where there is less light (especially the white numbers on the inner bezel as compared to say the black numbers on stainless-steel on the pro). Also the white hour-markers on the black dial are also very easy to read.

    This pic illustrates what I am talking about somewhat. The other reason I like it a little better, the black looks great with my gear...

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    Re: Final Dive Bonaire -- Part 1

    Yeah, the inner bezel numbers definitely jump off the black! Thanks for the info.
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