Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

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    Picture Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    I marvel at the quality in the Seatime, especially given its price tag. I just grabbed this one used, which really made it a bargain. Think about it: Fricker case, unique design, german coolness, 3mm thick sapphire; awesome bracelet; great lume; bezel options....Did I miss anything? Photo is property of previous owner.


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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    This watch has been on my mind recently. It certainly does seem to be a great deal and perhaps a best-in-class.

    It also looks great on either the bracelet or a rubber strap. I would be very interested to check out the bracelet in person. It looks very well done.

    Hmm . . . but are three Stowas in a month too many? Surely not, right?

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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    I hate those superlatives like "best watch ever", "best value in watch"..................but you`re right

    Stowa indeed offers a big bang for the buck
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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    I think it's the best value in a dive watch, at, or a good bit above it's price.
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    Thumbs Up Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    They are indeed some great watches. Well built and great conversation starters too. I really love mine.

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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    Glad someone picked that one up; it was beginning to look a little lonely day after day on the sales page. For me, the face/bezel combo is not right, but its easy enough to change that out, I suppose. What kind of job did they do polishing the case sides?
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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    Yeah I was tempted by this one but thrown off by the colour, I think with the black or silver bezel on this will look smoking!

    Plus what I am really after is the prodiver in a black face, I have been hunting for a bit and put up a post on the WTB.

    I really like yours though, do you think you might try and find a different bezel? If so which one? I like the swap out idea on the bezels, its fun.
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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    Yep the bezel needs to go, I have the black bezel on my blue dial seatime and it looks great! The silver would look awesome too, like 1R0NH31D3 said.
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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1R0NH31D3 View Post
    Plus what I am really after is the prodiver in a black face, I have been hunting for a bit and put up a post on the WTB.
    Keep the faith! New dial colours for the ProDiver coming in the summer
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    Re: Seatime- Best value in a watch, period?

    "Best" is certainly a subjective judgment, but it is certainly a fine watch and an excellent value IMO.

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