Halios is a micro brand based out of Canada. They produce really nice watches for extremely low prices. Their best value may be the Tropik diver. It retails for around $650 and the feature that really stands out to me is the domed sapphire crystal, with no distortion. You see watches that cost over $1000 that do not have this type of attention to detail. Anyway, just three hours ago Halios uploaded to their facebook page pictures of the prototype for their newest watch, the Delfin. The diving watch has hands that don't exactly look like they belong on a dive watch but are sure to work just fine. The bezel has a sapphire insert to cover the lume underneath. Every marker on the dial as well as every hand appears to have BG-W9 lume. The bezel design blends nicely with the case but with the rounded corners it looks somewhat hard to grip and turn. I am not sure how it will act in real life. Keep in mind that the watch dial shown in the pictures (link below) are not real, the case and strap are real however. The price, according to Halios, will be around $650, a very reasonable price. Pictures of the watch can be found on the Halios facebook page here.
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