Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)
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    Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    I recall discussion when the NTH DevilRay was first shown with it's color-depth markers as well as the subsequent mentioning of the Orient SK Divers from the 70s, I don't think this video was posted then, but figured you all might find this interesting.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAJjdA6b4Ts

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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    Thanks for sharing. I am a visual person and from the video: black, lime green, pink and orange - I got it now.

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    Yup, always prefered black dialled watches as they aren't overly affected by depth and have the highest contrast.

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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    The colour variation doesn’t really concern me as the shower is about as deep as my divers go but thanks for the info anyhow.

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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    What I've learned here is that Doxa needs to make me a nice lime green dialed diver.... in titanium please. (possibly with a GMT function).
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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Dobbs needs Slack View Post
    What I've learned here is that Doxa needs to make me a nice lime green dialed diver.... in titanium please. (possibly with a GMT function).
    I think you just described the Stowa Prodiver
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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    Interesting thread. Thanks OP for sharing. :)
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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    Nice post, thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    Do the same rules apply to murky water? Brackish water?
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    Re: Underwater Color Loss, 0 to 155 feet (0 to 47 meters)

    Quote Originally Posted by slorollin View Post
    Do the same rules apply to murky water? Brackish water?
    Good question. So, I went fishing for this on the Internet and found this article - it should answer your question.

    https://www.fix.com/blog/view-from-b...es-underwater/
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