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Dive watches are made for under the sea. this graduation gift will see a LOT of bottom time I tell ya..in this last 2 years it's performed admirably...

Sorry for the murky pictures but visibility was bad.

A few photos of my last dive last weekend ;-)...











well whats the time...



Guess its time to go buddy ;)...



Hope you enjoyed the pics |>
 

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very nice, I love to see these pictures...to date I've only done pool dives, I really need to get my open water cert. so I can do some "real" diving
 

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Glad to see someone's getting some bottom time :)
 

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very nice, I love to see these pictures...to date I've only done pool dives, I really need to get my open water cert. so I can do some "real" diving
do it...diving is a great get away :)...good luck!
 

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Nice! My SMP will probably (unfortunately) never see anything wet except a sink. Glad to see you using it for what it was made for
 

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I love to see pics of divers getting wet! Well done!
 

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Nice pics. Thanks for sharing. What camera did you take these with? I'm in the market. I'm looking at Gopro but I would like to hear some first hand info.
 

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Nice pics. Thanks for sharing. What camera did you take these with? I'm in the market. I'm looking at Gopro but I would like to hear some first hand info.
Thanks...used Canon S95 with u/w enclosure which I definitely rate higher than a Gopro for quality...W/B set to underwater mode and Auto everything else. Normally they turn out better but water was murky :)...

Good luck in your search!
 

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Man, I'm jealous of you guys that can just strap on a daily wearer and do real diving. I'm cursed, in Alberta, with having really cold water that necessitates a dry suit. And those are bulky enough that you simply can't get a regular watch on over top - you need a long strap. And it's a hassel.
 
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