Is Searambler Dial Easy To See Underwater?

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    Question Is Searambler Dial Easy To See Underwater?

    Is the Searambler dial (specifically 750T) easily visible underwater, while diving? I'm wondering if the silver dial would be too reflective or something that would make it less appropriate for diving than the other dial colors.
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    Re: Is Searambler Dial Easy To See Underwater?

    Quote Originally Posted by dshap View Post
    Is the Searambler dial (specifically 750T) easily visible underwater, while diving? I'm wondering if the silver dial would be too reflective or something that would make it less appropriate for diving than the other dial colors.
    It absolutely is easy to see underwater. Ty (subkrawler) swears by it at deeper depths. It feels that it is more easily seen than some of the other models. Unfortunately, the only SR that I own is a vintage, so I have never been diving with one.

    I feel pretty confident that he will chime-in with some pictures when he has time.
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    Re: Is Searambler Dial Easy To See Underwater?

    Quote Originally Posted by jclevoy View Post
    It absolutely is easy to see underwater. Ty (subkrawler) swears by it at deeper depths. It feels that it is more easily seen than some of the other models. Unfortunately, the only SR that I own is a vintage, so I have never been diving with one.

    I feel pretty confident that he will chime-in with some pictures when he has time.
    Thanks Jason, and yes...it's the best that I've experienced. Even marginally better than the 750T Whiteshark (750T Shrakhunter w/ all white hands, just in case someone isn't familiar with the term "Whiteshark")

    dshap...the 'Rambler is awesome underwater. Here's the link to my 750T Searambler dive report, that I posted a while back. Anymore question...feel free to ask.

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...bler+test+dive
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    Re: Is Searambler Dial Easy To See Underwater?

    Quote Originally Posted by subkrawler View Post
    Thanks Jason, and yes...it's the best that I've experienced. Even marginally better than the 750T Whiteshark (750T Shrakhunter w/ all white hands, just in case someone isn't familiar with the term "Whiteshark")

    dshap...the 'Rambler is awesome underwater. Here's the link to my 750T Searambler dive report, that I posted a while back. Anymore question...feel free to ask.

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...bler+test+dive
    Great info, thanks!
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    Re: Is Searambler Dial Easy To See Underwater?

    That was a great dive report. Cool stuff and excellent pictures for us landlubbing desk divers to enjoy.
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    Re: Is Searambler Dial Easy To See Underwater?

    Cool report and pictures Ty, thanks for that.
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