DEEP BLUE Watches JUGGERNAUT 5 Swiss AUTO [Salmon Ahoy]

Catch yourself a truck-sized salmon from Deep Blue’s hot Summer DROP! It’s Summer time and if you’re an Alaskan salmon you better have your wits about you because the salmon fishing season is well underway. On the other hand if you're just a regular common all garden, ichthyophile or pescatarian looking to get your fish on for Summer 2022, then Deep Blue Watches has a lovely bit of salmon for you. It mightn’t be a Patek 5270P but here’s an affordable yet tasty salmon that like its namesake likes to swimm upstream. Yes, Deep Blue’s Swiss trucker, the JUGGERNAUT 5 Auto is back by popular demand and it comes in a tantalizing array of colors from tasty salmon to hazy purple. The in fact not so juggernaut-sized Juggernaut watch is offered in a reasonable 44mm diameter and is made from 316L Stainless steel. Water-resistance is 1’000ft or 330m. Its power comes from a reliable Swiss made Sellita Sw-200 automatic movement with a beat-rate of 28,80vph, 26 jewels, Incabloc shock protection, a date function and custom DB rotor - displayed via a see through back. Diving credentials of the Juggernaut 5 include: a screw-down crown and case-back, a luminous ceramic 120-click unidirectional diver’s bezel and Sapphire crystal with AR-coating.

The watch’s winding crown is protected by an integrated crown-guard the 9 o’clock position while a manual Helium Release Valve 10. By the way no matter which dial color you opt for, all feature a unique sunray wave pattern, all come with blue-colored indexes, minute tracks and hands with blue SLN lume. The Juggernaut 5 form Deep Blue comes on a 22mm custom design soft silicon diver’s strap or an optional 22mm Stainless steel link bracelet with tension pin and collar, push button deployant clasp, 3x micro-adjustments. The Juggernaut 5 Swiss Automatic is currently on OFFER for just 279USD – catch one while you can. Thoughts? This might be the first ever salmon dialed diver I have encountered; it looks good enough to along eat with some baby potatoes and a dollop of dill sauce. But what do you think?



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