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2017-12-19

DEEP BLUE Watches MASTER CHRONO 7750 Auto DIVER 10 Yr. Limited EDITION

This is Deep Blue Watches’ fifth and final 10 Year Anniversary release, and they’ve saved the absolute best until last!

DB proudly introduces, the Master Chrono 7750 Auto Diver 10th Anniversary Edition which is based on the Master 2000, one of DB’s earliest flagship divers.



The Master Chrono 7750 Auto Diver’s full case dimensions include: a diameter of 45mm, a lug-to-lug of 54mm and a height of 17mm while lug width is 22mm.

The watch’s 316L Stainless steel case is water-resistant to 1000 meters or 3300ft. It is also fitted with an automatic Helium Escape Valve.



Further divers features include: a 4mm-thick Sapphire Crystal with AR-coating on its inside, a screw-down crown / chrono-pushers and case-back and divers bezel.

The 120-click unidirectional rotational diver’s bezel has a scratch-resistant luminous ceramic inlay with a BGW9 SuperLuminova time-scale.


Special features of the diver include red ‘’chronograph 1000m’’ text plus snailing on the sub-dials.
Powering the new Master Chrono 10th Anni. is a Swiss automatic chronograph movement, the Valjoux 7750 with 25 jewels and a beat-rate of 28,880 VPH.



Its chronograph functions include 12 hour (6 o’clock) 30 Min counter (12 o’clock), running sub-seconds (9 o’clock) and Day / Date window also at 9 o’clock.

Four dial and bezel configurations are offered – each with SuperLuminova luminous hour markers and hands. Check out the white dial with its blue sub-dials, AKA the Blue Panda!



The new DB Master Chrono 7750 10th Anniversary Edition comes on a full Stainless steel 5-link bracelet with a Push-Button deploy clasp. The bracelet includes both full and half links.

The DB Master Chrono 7750 10th Anniversary Edition is limited to 1000 pieces, worldwide.



DEEP BLUE Watches have introduced several new models in past few months. Follow the links to check some of them out:



DAYNIGHT Recon Tritium T-100 10 Yr.DayNight Recon VALJOUX 7750 10 Yr. MASTER 2000 GMT 10 Yr.

http://www.deepbluewatches.com/

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