Ernie at WatchUSeek is selling these things for about $205. I’m thinking of picking one up. The top crown locks down to hide the bezel adjustment and the style, reminiscent of the canteen divers of yore, is pretty hot.
First, I have to say that this watch is much nicer-looking than I ever expected it to be and seems very solidly built. The case is large, thick, and heavy and is finished very nicely with the top surfaces having a brushed finish with the sides and back being mirror polished. I mean mirror polished too! You could shave looking into the shine of this watch
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