Last edited by hanshananigan; April 5th, 2019 at 00:22.
I'm only a week in from my sharkey ship date. Another one or two weeks and hopefully it will be on wrist. The green one is what I chose. Bought a couple straps to go with it too so I'm curious as to which will arrive first. Lately, I've been getting my packages a few days before any useful tracking updates beyond the standard label created beginning.
Are there any in this category, Chinese affordable automatics, that have been pressure tested for 200m or more? Those would be great value watches
Epoch also makes and affordable, 200m tritium diver for under $300.
Last edited by HoustonReal; April 21st, 2019 at 08:16.
"Pigs Get Fat, Hogs Get Slaughtered."
I believe it, not just because of my trust in EOL Outlet, but also because at least one forum member, seagullfan, has taken another Sea-Gull diver scuba diving, the Sea-Gull Dragon King. That watch DIDN'T have "DIVER'S 200M" on the dial, just "200M", but it still held up in actual usage:
I'd like to add that recreational divers generally don't dive below 40 metres in real life because of the lengthy decompression or special equipment that would be required. I assume you want 200M as a sign of quality, not because you actually need to dive to 200 metres...
There have been cheaper alternatives mentioned above, but I'm a fan of the Sea-Gull brand and not into homage watches regardless of how much of a bargain they are (e.g. the Invicta Pro Diver). I've been very happy with my Ocean Star:
A Speedmaster-esque case with a Planet Ocean dial and bezel, but with "Submariner" on the dial. I am confused.
Never spend more than $100 on a Mushroom!
i got this beauty yday...wr200, sapphire, nh35
and lume :D
this is a San Martin! it's only 140 bucks on ebay.com...there are 4 different dials
crown and caseback are scrwed
dimensions are 39x12mm
2 straps (zulu and leather)
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