Nice set of watches there, Dick. Are those still in your collection?
300M is pretty deep! Certainly well beyond recreational diving. Once you head into the professional territory, other brands come to the forefront. Those Citizens rated at 800M and 1300M are some serious diving watches. They're not kidding when they say "professional" on the dial! ;-)
Hey guys, those great watches in the top photo unfortunatley aren't mine - two beautiful pre- G-shock DW-3000s, 300m. The other two I am not sure, an unknown Citizen digital diver, and a really nice 200m square Casio. Just tried looking for some DW-3000s on the bay - forget it, nothing out there at the moment.
But I did manage to pick up a couple of the other 300m digitals from Casio - a DW-340, a DW 310 and DW 300. So far only the DW 340 has arrived.
... not in perfect condition, the bezel paint has come off, but it is I think a rather unusual blue face model, the DW 340 1VS 100
I have seen the red one before, like this perfect condition NOS one:
With another 300m model, a Casio DW340 blue dial in background...
But, it's not in perfect shape though, and unfortunately after this exposure to rain, it fogged up quite a bit. And there are all kinds of fingerprints now visible on the inside of the crystal. I opened it up and saw that ther is no gasket!
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