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    Wet Dive Watches

    Let's see them in their native environment.

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    "I'm just a witness"

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    Nice ones, guys.




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    I've been taking pics underwater for a while now...and somehow my watch keeps getting in front of the camera!






























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    Heck ya, bedlam. Cool shots.

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    I unfortunately do not have underwater photo equipment, so I just have some fresh out of the pool shots, nowhere near as cool as the previous posts.


    Another 'after action' shot is the one of my trusty little Alpha, after it went 30 meters down.




    It is fun though to bet people with their funky Rolex Deep Sea Dwellers that this cheap Alpha probably went quite a bit deeper than theirs

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedlam View Post
    I've been taking pics underwater for a while now...and somehow my watch keeps getting in front of the camera!


    Wow, some really awesome shots !

    This Citizen EcoDrive Aqualand II is one of the best back-up diving watches.
    I own the same one...
    Regards Phil

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    some shots of mine





    Regards Phil

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    I went on Cayman Aggressor for a week last Thanksgiving. I timed every dive with my Tag Aquagraph (except the shallow Sting Ray City)
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    The closest I got to testing my WR was when I put my Monster in this glass of water.
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