Arctic Diver gets wet

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    Arctic Diver gets wet

    I used to post under a different name, but I was out of the country for a bit and forgot all the necessary account info. I actually got this AD from a fellow WUS on the sales forum.

    Enough of that, took this baby on a deep dive yesterday, had to snap some photos:

    121 at the bottom, used the flash, picked up a little extra stuff



    this is a bit clearer


    and the AD!




    More to follow...!

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    This is actually my favorite, and possibly the nicest shot:


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    Entering the wreck:




    Timing surface interval:



    with Waikiki and Diamondhead in the background. yeah, I switched wrists in the water to get a better shot. (the AD doesn't float, disaster avoided).


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    Great pics! Thanks for posting. The AD looks fantastic on your wrist. I've hit the century mark, but never been quite that deep. Amazing that your hit your depth in a mere two minutes. I've dived that area quite a bit. Love it. Very, very cool.

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    Re: Arctic Diver gets wet

    Quote Originally Posted by findivr View Post
    This is actually my favorite, and possibly the nicest shot:

    Awesome pics mate, thanks for posting!!! This shot here shows exactly why the trademark Kobold clean / uncluttered dial is perfect for diving

    Like a bloke standing behind me once said about my AD Tac... "you could tell the time from the moon on that watch"

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    Re: Arctic Diver gets wet

    sweet watch and amazing pics

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    Re: Arctic Diver gets wet

    Thanks for the post--i know its hawaii, but what the water temp at 120 ft?
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    Re: Arctic Diver gets wet

    Cool photos and a sweet watch

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    Very nice pictures! The AD is an awesome watch. I have not dived with mine yet but hope to next summer.

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    Re: Arctic Diver gets wet

    Great pics! Thanks for posting. The AD looks fantastic on your wrist. I've hit the century mark, but never been quite that deep. Amazing that your hit your depth in a mere two minutes. I've dived that area quite a bit. Love it. Very, very cool.
    The descent is the best part!! Feels like you're free falling onto a ship.....that's where I find my bit of 'rush' with the dive

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