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    Presentation of the Prometheus Poseidon 3500m project

    Would like to present you our new deep diver watch, the Prometheus Poseidon 3500m diver watch.

    It represents two firsts for us: our deepest saturation diver watch ever made with a water resistance of 3500m and our first watch manufactured with CuSn8 bronze.

    There is a total of 12 variants (though we will likely skip the grey dial once we start pre-order)













    Specifications of the Prometheus Poseidon 3500m diver watch


    • 316L Stainless Steel Case with Brushed finish or Bronze CuSn8 brushed
    • Black/Blue/Grey Matte Dial with Swiss Made RC Tritec BGW9/C3 lume applied to indexes
    • Black/Blue lumed chapter ring with Swiss Made RC Tritec BGW9/C3 lume applied to indexes
    • Miyota 9015 Automatic Movement
    • 316L Stainless Bezel / Bronze CuSn8 unidirectional with 120 clicks with sapphire insert and applied Swiss Made RC Tritec BGW9 / C3 lume
    • Custom made 316L solid stainless steel bracelet with diver extension clasp
    • Premium Hirsch 40478850-2-22 rubber strap black (with a retail price of over $120 USD)
    • Premium calf leather strap with a custom made 316L buckle
    • Case diameter: 43.00 mm without crown
    • Lug to Lug length: 50mm
    • Case height: 15.50mm
    • Lug width: 22 mm
    • Signed screw down crown with Prometheus logo
    • Water resistance: 3500 meters or 350 ATM
    • Sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating inside watch
    • Watch hands filled with Swiss Made RC Tritec BGW9 / C3 lume (hours, minutes, seconds)
    • Two Years Warranty

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    Yes indeed!



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    What's the damage going to be on those bad boys?

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    We will divulge pre-order prices during weekend but they will be quite affordable for the specs specially for returning customers.

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    Change proposed by fellow member frenco @ watchuseek to remove minute track from dial as it is already in inner ring. What do you think?





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    We have changed design of our 100% CNC custom made 316L stainless steel / bronze CuSn8 buckle as we received information from some forum members that our design was too close to other watch brand.


    To make it straight we do not copy designs from other brands.


    Design and engineering of bracelet of the Prometheus Manta Ray has been copied by others and we had to accept it as we never registered a design or patent of it as it is a too complex and expensive process.


    To avoid discussions we have changed design of buckle and final results actually look better than previous version in my opinion.





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    So should we skip minute track from dial





    or keep it as is





    We are close to final designs so no further changes will be made as we face risk of never ending changes as a watch will never be perfect but we can try to get as much close to it within a reasonable time frame.

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    Carlos, I agree that you should go with the cleaner dial. The latest version without the minute track looks great!

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    I agree also. Without the minute track looks very sleek and less busy. And somebody is going to gripe when theirs doesn't line up 100%. We all know that.

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    I love it without the additional minute track on the dial.

    The bronze with black/orange is stunning.

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