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    +++++ Dive Watch NEWS +++++

    +++ Dive Watch NEWS +++



    September 2015


    ORIS Aquis Small Second blue sunray dial

    Case: Stahl
    Width: 46mm
    Water resistant: 500m
    Movement: Cal. 743 (Basis SW 220-1)
    Power reserve: 40 h
    Referenz : 743 7673 4135 RS
    Price: 2200 CHF







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    September 2015

    New HELSON Shark Diver !


    Shark Diver steel Miyota 9015 with aluminium bezel

    blue date


    black date


    silver no date


    Shark Diver 45 brass NH35

    black no date


    black date


    green no date



    http://www.helsonwatch.com/shark-diver-45.php
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    September 2015


    Hamilton BELOWZERO

    Worn by Matt Damon in
    Ridley Scott's latest sci-fi thriller The Martian.
    Powered by a ETA 2826 and it's rated 1000 meter water resistant.














    http://www.hamiltonwatch.com/
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    Love the first tow, but undecided on the Hammy. I guess it fits the "Space" theme, but still too busy for me.
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    Nice Phil, I like the Oris & Heson as well, not so much the Hammy
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    That Hamilton has been around for a while, and mostly seemed to be a love it or hate it affair. I'm surprised that it's popped back up in such a high profile movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokie View Post
    Love the first tow, but undecided on the Hammy. I guess it fits the "Space" theme, but still too busy for me.
    I prefer markers on a dive watch.

    Like you say the numeral dial is a way too busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by watchdaddy1 View Post
    Nice Phil, I like the Oris & Heson as well, not so much the Hammy
    Wiill, I like the new silver dialed Helson. Great dial.

    And the Oris looks awesome too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OTGabe View Post
    That Hamilton has been around for a while, and mostly seemed to be a love it or hate it affair. I'm surprised that it's popped back up in such a high profile movie.
    Right, the Hamilton has been around for a while.

    I think the watch fits Matt perfect in this movie.
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    ORA Manufacture Swiss WatchAutomatic diving watch

    Titanium shot-blasted Ĝ 45 mm
    Water resistant 300 m - 1000 ft
    Movement manufacturé ORA P200


    ORA #1



    ORA #2 blue







    http://www.oraswisswatch.com/


    Like the unique overall look of this one. Especailly the textured dial and crown position of the ORA #1.
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