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What is the difference between the Stowa Seatime (I like the yellow chronometer) and the Prodiver, in terms of size, weight, depths and COST?
 
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What is the difference between the Stowa Seatime (I like the yellow chronometer) and the Prodiver, in terms of size, weight, depths and COST?
No one has an answer to this question?
 
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Seatime:
Diameter: 42 mm
height: 13.50 mm
waterresistant: 300 m - even with diplay back
available with: bracelt, display back optional 1.60 mm sapphire crystal)

Seatime Prodiver
• 1000m / 3300ft depth rating
• Swiss-made heliumventil - screwed !
• German-made sandblasted and brushed stainless steel 42mm case
• Superluminova on dial markers, hands and bezel marker
• Unidirectional rotating bezel
• Heavy duty screw in springbars
• Heavy duty brushed stainless steel bracelet with screw pins, solid end pieces and wetsuit extender
• Heavy duty rubber deployment strap
• Swiss-made automatic movement (ETA 2824-2)
• 3.70mm thick sapphire crystal
• Date window at 6 o'clock position
• massiv caseback

But it´s all written on the Stowa web site ;-) + prices, options, COSC, bezels, colours..........................Have a look yourself.
 
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Thank you. I was interested in the yellow dialed chronometer, but then started getting a bit confused about the 2 models.
 
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