We have been seeing Deep Blue change over the years. Their watches have been changing, for better or worse. Overall, their prices have been going up, a negative thing, I mean who wants to pay more for a watch? The quality is still there, but the low prices aren't. These new watches are no exception. With a retail price of $1,000 they aren't the cheapest watches Deep Blue has produced. However, these will appear to a broad range of people, let me tell you why. First off, they have insane lume, which actually glows blue (it is BG-W9) with an inlay sapphire bezel. Second, they have a great design. Third, they are larger watches. With a case diameter of 45mm, these watches are the "perfect" size for a diving watch. I personally prefer smaller watches but these are definitely in the most popular size range. Finally, they have a Swiss-made ETA 2824-2 movement, something that is becoming rarer and rarer in watches as ETA phases out their distribution. Anything else needed can be found on the Deep Blue website here. Deep Blue's prices may be going up, but as their prices rise we are seeing more and more awesome designs.
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