A thinner Traska Freediver?

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    A thinner Traska Freediver?

    As the title says - I got a black, date version of the 2nd gen Traska Freediver recently and it's really impressed me - great quality all around and looks fantastic. I just wish it was thinner. So, what's out there? ~40mm, glossy black dial, applied stick markers, automatic, date, no numerals on the dial. Preferably on bracelet. Ratcheting clasp would be a bonus.

    I've tried an NTH before and didn't bond with it. I also found the 40mm Christopher Ward Trident MK3 to be pretty thick.
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    Re: A thinner Traska Freediver?

    Mido, Rado, Oris, Steinhart, Yema, Monta, these arent bad. You've ruled out NTH which is the thinnest auto that I know of.
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    Re: A thinner Traska Freediver?

    Let's see some pictures of the Traska Freediver 2 please.
    I am considering getting the grey one with black bezel, when they come in stock soon.
    Thank you.

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    Re: A thinner Traska Freediver?

    Quote Originally Posted by watchman600 View Post
    Let's see some pictures of the Traska Freediver 2 please.
    I am considering getting the grey one with black bezel, when they come in stock soon.
    Thank you.
    TBH, I have tried divers from mainstream brand and also microbrands, the thickness of it really doesn't matter much to me. They all fall within that 13.5 to 12mm range and works pretty much the same.

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    Re: A thinner Traska Freediver?

    Orion Calamity is 40mm x 11.3mm thick. Back is slightly curved too. I just sold mine because 40mm is just too small for my tastes. A shame too because it just oozed quality.
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    Re: A thinner Traska Freediver?

    Let's get some pictures, guys!

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    Re: A thinner Traska Freediver?

    The thinner version is not out, not sure eve that's even something they have in their plan.

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