Hi Public forum,
Today I am going to show you one of my rarest diving timepieces in my extensive collection. There is a rather fun, adventure filled story behind this so please sit back and enjoy the tale.
I was diving in the Bahamas, Rolley DeepSea strapped to my wrist, suddenly I was shocked to see a glisten around 30ft down. I dropped like a stone to the seabed, like a body dumped by the Mafia, in order to investigate this shining beauty. It was a wristwatch, strapless and braving the deepest depths of the water. I rescued it and transported it back to my homeland, bought a rubber strap and have worn it for beat around activities, such as playing squash.
Here is a couple of pictures. Apologise for the quality of them, this phone is merely for business contacts and not it's multimedia capabilities.
The watch is Radio Controlled and Solar driven. The logo is an M and what looks like a sort of A.
If someone identifies this watch they get a pat on the back and the rarest, mysterious diving watch case will finally be solved.