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2022-01-05

DEEP BLUE Watches JUGGERNAUT V USA Swiss AUTO [the patriot]

Here’s one for all my friends across the Pond in ‘merica; or indeed to anyone with an appreciation of the World’s only friendly super power. The New York, based purveyors of all things badass in the way of diver’s watches, DEEP BLUE has just released a patriotic edition of their most American model, the juggernaut. Paying tribute to the land where bigger is better, DEEP BLUE’s (not so) truck-sized diver’ watch the, Juggernaut now comes with a reliable Swiss engine under its Stars and Stripes bearing hood. Available in 5 new colors; the Juggernaut V USA Swiss Auto is powered by the Swiss made Ronda R150 24 jewels, automatic with Incabloc shock-protection and a beat-rate of 28,800vph. With manageable dimensions that include; a diameter of 44mm, a lug to lug length of 51mm and a thickness of just 15mm; the Juggernaut V USA’s 316L Stainless steel case is water-resistant to 1’000 feet or 330m. Special features of the watch include a dazzling sun-ray dial with a wave-pattern covered by a sapphire crystal as well as said unique USA designed case-back incorporating the DB logo with the star ’n stripes. Running around the perimeter of the watch’s polished steel case-back is a series of stars – sixty in total. Not 50 or 52 as I thought there might be – yes, I counted them just for you! Diver’s features of the Juggernaut USA Swiss Auto include: a screw-down case-back and crown and a manual Helium Escape Valve (10H) and a 120-click unidirectional rotational diver’s bezel with a ceramic inlay with a luminous dive-time scale. Finally the new Juggernaut USA Swiss Auto from DB is presented on 22mm Stainless steel link bracelet with a tension pin and collar adjustment system as well a push button deployant clasp with 3x micro adjustments.

Thoughts? A very American Deep Blue diver that I’m sure will appeal not only to our buddies in the States but anyone who appreciates solid, well-built Swiss diver’s watches. God Bless America! 

http://www.deepbluewatches.com/

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