Not a fair comparison since it's based on an East German design with no ties to Vostok. Also, I've handled GO dress watches and if they're anything to go off of, then the diver should be manufactured to a level that Vostok can't even comprehend. That being said, from specs and photos it doesn't really feel like a $9000 watch. But who knows, German watch enthusiasts are quite loyal and may choose to ignore the price - just like how us Vostok fans choose to ignore the fact that we have a collection of essentially the same watch.
Yes, GO makes amazing watches, but I have seen this model today in flesh. Next to it there was Fifty Fathoms and I put my Vostok next to them The FF looked the best, despite its VERY simple finish (and highest cost). Next I would really put the Vostok, yes I know the difference to GO really, but this particular GO model just do not make it for me. It really looks generic, and the visual weight of the minute hand makes it looking somehow wrong (as a diver I understand the huge minute hand design - a-la Doxa, but 99.9% of the users are not going to dive with it I dare to speculate). Christobal already show Stowa with this dial, here an Anker (quite generic one from the 70-ties), picture found in uhrerbe.com - Anker Diver Nos Alte Herren Armbanduhr 70 ' Er J. Kal. Hpz170 Sehr Guter Gebr Zust.
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