DEEP BLUE Master 1000 II [uncompromising value for gen. 2]

Deep pockets are not essential, DB once again provides all that you'll ever need for any foray into the deep blue. 

Or indeed when it comes to getting your hands on a good looking, solid diver's watch.

Before we kick off, check out the model with the faux patina, it's pretty darn unbeatable for 170USD (current special price).

Discover the NEW Deep Blue MASTER 1000 II, a robust diver’s watch designed for the depths.

This timepiece features a generous 44mm case diameter and a 51mm lug-to-lug measurement, housed in a 15mm thick case, meaning that it's a diver meant for real men. It’s been built to withstand a substantial amount of water-resistance at 1000 feet (330 meters) thanks to its solid 316L stainless steel case. The watch is also equipped with a scratch-resistant ceramic luminous bezel that rotates unidirectionally with a precise 120-click cycle. Ensuring water resistance, it also comes with a screw-down crown and case-back. At its heart lies the Seiko NH 35 Automatic Movement, a reliable Japanese mechanism with a 21,600 VPH beat-rate and 24 jewels, featuring a date function. The movement’s intricacies can be admired through the exhibition case-back, showcasing a custom-designed rotor emblazoned with the Deep Blue logo. For visibility in the deep blue, the watch has a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating and Swiss Superluminova on the hour markers and hands. It also includes a Helium release valve for professional saturation diving, positioned at the 10 o’clock mark. Completing the design, the MASTER 1000 II offers a 22mm custom-designed soft silicone strap or a 22mm bracelet with a deployant clasp and micro-adjustments for comfort.

For more details on the MASTER 1000M II’s features, please visit the official DEEP BLUE website. 


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