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    SOLD: Deep Blue DayNight Scuba T-100 - Blue Tubes

    DEEP BLUE DayNight Scuba T-100

    I am thinning a few things out to raise funds for another purchase so it's time to move this one. This watch is in excellent like new condition, I take excellent care of my watches. I purchased this watch new from Stan at Deep Blue. TZ rated at 98%. I am the original owner and the watch looks and operates like new, no scratches or scuffs, crystal, case, bezel, caseback & bracelet all look like new. All original packaging, warranty brochure and extra links, (the bracelet is currently sized for 7 1/4" wrist). This version (blue tubes) is sold out on the Deep Blue website.

    =SOLD= $525.00 shipped Priority with tracking number in USA. Paypal accepted (no fees). Sorry no trades.

    Email me at: DEMO111 at ROCHESTER dot RR dot COM

    Specs:
    - 45mm case, 15mm thick, 22mm Lugs
    - 316L Stainless Steel
    - Citizen Caliber 9015 Automatic Movement
    - Sapphire Crystal, 300 Meters - 1000 Feet
    - Stainless Steel PVD Bezel insert with Green C3 Superluminova
    - Wave Pattern Dial, Screw down crown and caseback
    - Tritium Markers on the Dial, Bezel, and hands
    - Tritium Dial Markers: Blue and orange tritium flat tubes
    - Hands Orange Tubes
    - Bezel Markers - C3 Green Superluminova
    - Half links, Full links, Screws in Bracelet
    - Packaging: white outer box, blue molded plastic inner "crate" box, instruction / warranty manual
















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