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...though, admittedly, it was only for a few minutes at the shop in Vancouver last week. ;)



This is one fine watch! I Loved the way it felt on the wrist. It was heavy, but not unduely so. It was very comfortable.

It was so nice ... right up until I found the $9360 price tag...uhg. :(

Still, its a darn impressive watch. I think I could live with one. :) And I'm really impressed with the quality of the picture my smart phone took! :D

...and that's the new RedSea Six Pounder in the back ground... yet another great watch - one I can proudly say I own.
 

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As much as I want to dislike the white/white combo, I can't. Coupled with the orange accents it's a winner.:thumbup1:
 

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As much as I want to dislike the white/white combo, I can't. Coupled with the orange accents it's a winner.:thumbup1:
I went back twice before trying it on. ;) The white just kept growing on me. :)
 

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hmmm .... maybe i need to see it in person , because i am not sure what to think about them,
price also over the top .

thanks for pictures .
 

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Impressive, in an imposing way. Unfortunately, or maybe not - considering price, just not my style.

...that is a nice picture though!:thumbup1:
 

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Yes, the Zlatoust Diver's watch... it's really a "mire" 58mm in diameter, but then they screw an oil drum over the crown to make it completely absurd.:lol:
The one I was referring to is actually 74mm WITHOUT the crown! It was some sort of un-branded vintage dive watch. Completely out of control in size. :scared:
 

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Modern prototypes of diving watches of the Zlatoust Watch Factory. In the photo there is a watch with a body made of ship bronze, titanium, stainless steel.
 
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