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Serket Brings A New Diver To The Reef

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While I’m not overly familiar with the first two revisions of this watch, Serket just released version 3.0 of their Reef Diver.

At $599 for the stainless models (which come on stainless bracelets), or $699 for the PVD model, these look to be offering interesting styling for the money – though, I do wish they were automatics (it’s using a Ronda 515 Quartz).  I’m a fan of the saw-tooth bezel and offset crown position, for sure.  I also like how the dial indices remind me (somehow) of the Orange Monster, while still being their own thing.  Definitely an interesting model, and I’m looking into getting a review sample in.

In the mean time, here’s a full rundown of the specs:

• 316L Stainless or PVD Black Steel

• Bezel Diameter: 47mm Height: 5.7mm
• Width from 4 to 10: 48mm
• Lug to Lug: 57mm
• Lug Width: 24mm
• Total Height: 16.5mm
• 120 Click Unidirectional Elapsed Time Bezel

CRYSTAL
• 3.5mm Thick Sapphire
• Diameter: 35.5mm

CASEBACK
• Solid Stainless Steel Engraved with Scorpion and Watch Identification
• Diameter: 35.5mm

MOVEMENT

• Ronda powertech Caliber 515 (Swiss Quartz)
• Date Wheel at 3:00

CROWN
• Oversized Crown at 2:00
• Diameter: 9mm
• Height: 7mm

RUBBER STRAP & NATO STRAP Included
• NATO Strap-Black With Orange Twin Stripe; PVD Buckle: 24mm
• Rubber Strap-Black With Orange Stitching; PVD Buckle: 24mm

WATER RESISTANT
• Pressure Tested – 30ATM/300 Meters/1000 Feet

DIAL
• Swiss Tritec Super Luminova Diamond Markers & Hands

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