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    1200T Natural Habitat

    I've had my 1200T for just over a month and I finally was able to get in the water today! Hit the Blue Heron Bridge in West Palm Beach for a beautiful morning of diving.

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    Re: 1200T Natural Habitat

    codefox, your 1200T Professional looks great in the water! Thanks for sharing!
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    Re: 1200T Natural Habitat

    Thanks! If you want to see the rest of the photos I have them here: . .https://......./photos/D9mF3mHLfesY3VrC8

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    Re: 1200T Natural Habitat

    Shocking - a dive watch on the wrist of a diver in the water! Beauty watch, fun shots.


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    Re: 1200T Natural Habitat

    According to that bezel, you've been down for 50 minutes. That's a long dive or an unused bezel!

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    Great to see that beauty in the sea.


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    Re: 1200T Natural Habitat

    Quote Originally Posted by SVTFreak View Post
    According to that bezel, you've been down for 50 minutes. That's a long dive or an unused bezel!
    My max depth on the dive was only 17 feet. I was actually down for 81 minutes! The bezel wasn't in use ;)

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    Re: 1200T Natural Habitat

    Quote Originally Posted by codefox View Post
    My max depth on the dive was only 17 feet. I was actually down for 81 minutes! The bezel wasn't in use ;)

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    Oh well in that case, Nevermind!

    I love those long shallow dives.
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    Re: 1200T Natural Habitat

    Reading the bezel I would say 36 minutes ?!

    Btw. depending on the depth, 50 minutes for a dive aren't that long

    Always nice to see a divewatch in it's natural environment
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    Awsome watch, awesome shot! Thanks.
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