Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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yum yum ~ I'm liking that

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+1
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it's too big!!!! :( :( :(
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highway62 wrote:it's too big!!!! :( :( :(
What size are they?

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47mm diam. 52mm inc crown!! 18mm depth
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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Don't know any more ~ these pics are from their facebook page.

Looks to be a ltd edition of 500 worldwide :?
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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Big boy then eh?!?
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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Very nice, but very big - we need to change this trend to bigger.
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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I like it because it is big. Have a large wrist and struggle to find watches that fit well. 42mm looks way too small on my wrist
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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Lume :thumbup:

Everything else :thumbdown:

18mm depth :shock: TOO BIG & TOO NUMB!
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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I'll take the orange face in a size that mere mortals can wear, please.
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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Looks nice but again, too big for me. Some company whether its CW or not, needs to make a smaller dive watch!! :?
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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JAG wrote:I would take a orange any other details on this price size would be good cheers " I DONT HAVE FB " So i cant look !.
Details are now on the main US site
http://www.deepbluewatches.com/brnewblab500.html although it seems only the black dial is left
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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That does look good especially the lume, but 47mm is just too big for me in a chunky diver. :(
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Re: Deep Blue Bluetech Abyss

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The yellow dial one looks amazing :clap:

Would be god to see some on wrist shots :D
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