Uhmmmmm...... not sure if I should be embarrassed to say this but in Texas you do see trucks like that on construction sites. Maybe not that exact model but definitely in that price range.Agree. High end divers are like a $75,000 Cadillac EXT truck. You never see one of those on a construction site.
If you price average pick ups, crew cab type, the prices are nearing that nowUhmmmmm...... not sure if I should be embarrassed to say this but in Texas you do see trucks like that on construction sites. Maybe not that exact model but definitely in that price range.
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I agree, I think it would work as well as any other diver out there. I wear mine on the Speedmaster style bracelet. I don't dive but if I did I would probably consider a different strap, but I think the watch would work great. As a tool though I don't disagree with the people that say it is too expensive for most divers to use. If a person wants to dive with it, then go ahead and dive with it. If you want a capable dive watch but don't want to spend that much, well you can do that too.I think this is as professional as it gets. It represents diving every beautiful reef in the world. Drool drool drool
In reality the bezel is very easy to turn unless you use 7mm gloves, and the hands are the best I've ever used diving, I don't like the blue dial and polished bezel on the surface but in the water they are great.Potential problems: that bezel looks like it would be a pain to turn with gloves on, and the hour and minute hands look very similar.