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That watch is huge!! 59mm lug to lug, 26mm lug width, wow.

I would have been drueling over this watch and the size a year and half ago but now I won't go anywhere near a watch this big. I don't like the 2nd crown at the 10 o'clock position and I also would like a break from the popular orange accents on the many dive watch dials.
 

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49 mm w/o the crown isn't to bad but it is a little to large for me. I would love to add that blue dialed one if not for that.
 

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"Today the DEEP BLUE Depth Master is the 16th watch to state a water-resistance of 3000m or higher and is thus ranked joint 8th deepest mechanical; at least on paper as it is not actually required for a dive watch to be pressure tested to its stated water-resistance if it does not want to call itself a ‘professional divers watch’ in accordance to ISO 6425."

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Wish I could see it in person to make a decision. I was hoping for 47 or 48mm case. 49mm maybe too large. I love the Blue dial version. Wish it looked more like a Seawolf instead of Deep Blue's 1000 meter diver. Will have to see if this watch grows on me.
 

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I wonder why they did not go with an Swiss ETA movement in the 3K? The 2K is utilizing an ETA movement. Maybe they want to have a 2k price point and the only way to do it was to go with a Miyota movement.
 

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Too big for me... but it looks beautiful. Maybe Stan will come up with a 46mm version some time in the future.
 

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"Today the DEEP BLUE Depth Master is the 16th watch to state a water-resistance of 3000m or higher and is thus ranked joint 8th deepest mechanical; at least on paper as it is not actually required for a dive watch to be pressure tested to its stated water-resistance if it does not want to call itself a ‘professional divers watch’ in accordance to ISO 6425."

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Exactly.

Call me cynical, but I fail to see the point Deep Blue claiming that this watch can hit 3000M when they don't actually have to back it up with testing.

Yup, big <| here.

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Adam
 

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Competing with Invicta now for size bragging rights? Good looks but dayum, that's a ridiculous size

LOL... i hope not :)

I'm interested in seeing some real life pics and comparison pics to get a better feel for the size.
 
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