Aquadive BRONZE case dimensions please

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    Aquadive BRONZE case dimensions please

    Folks, anyone know the correct case dimension for the Aquadive Bronze watch? Or are the Mark I and Mark II different cases?

    The Aquadive web site lists the Mark I as being 43mm wide x 49 lug to lug and 15mm in height (Bathyscaphe 100 Bronze - Aqua dive Watches) with the Mark II being listed as 43mm wide x 50 lug to lug and 12.5mm in height (https://shop.aquadive.com/product/aq...-mkii-edition/).

    Keen to understand if there is a thinkness / height difference between the 2 versions as 2.5mm is quite a variance. Bezel is also listed as being 1mm thinner on the Mark II (42mm vs 43mm) so maybe an indication a a slightly different case on the later Mark II version?

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    Re: Aquadive BRONZE case dimensions please

    First off, I don't actually know... That being said, the BS100 GMT was recently re-engineered to slim the height down, so the above dimensions would be in keeping with an overall move in that direction.

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    Aquadive BRONZE case dimensions please

    Correct, the MKII has the dimensions you listed with the thinner bezel and the overall height of about 13mm. In some side views you can see that there are the higher and the smaller one. Higher is MKI and flatter one is MKII.

    It's very comfortable to wear - I own one by myself for about one year.
    Here're you can see the MKII I owned before. I think you can recognize the thinner overall height.

    https://uhrforum.de/threads/aquadive...e-mkii.360024/


    For the difference... Search the MKI (the one with applied hourmarkers and black crown for e.g.

    ... Hope this helps


    edit:
    Here is the side view of the MKI
    https://www.mywatchmart.com/listing/.../#&gid=1&pid=2


    And my old MKII
    Last edited by Goblin77; 3 Weeks Ago at 21:58.

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    Re: Aquadive BRONZE case dimensions please

    Quote Originally Posted by Goblin77 View Post
    Correct, the MKII has the dimensions you listed with the thinner bezel and the overall height of about 13mm. In some side views you can see that there are the higher and the smaller one. Higher is MKI and flatter one is MKII.

    It's very comfortable to wear - I own one by myself for about one year.
    Here're you can see the MKII I owned before. I think you can recognize the thinner overall height.

    https://uhrforum.de/threads/aquadive...e-mkii.360024/


    For the difference... Search the MKI (the one with applied hourmarkers and black crown for e.g.

    ... Hope this helps


    edit:
    Here is the side view of the MKI
    https://www.mywatchmart.com/listing/.../#&gid=1&pid=2


    And my old MKII
    Fantastic. Just the info I was looking for. Thanks.

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    Re: Aquadive BRONZE case dimensions please

    The bronze looks good and at 43mm case is the same size as the Tudor Black Bay Bronze (the watch the jumpstarted the recent bronze diver interest). I like the Mk2 case profile/curves.
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