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40% off at Deep Blue

Post by koimaster » August 19th 2019, 3:42pm

USE CODE DEEP OR BLUE for 40% OFF PRICES! Not both for the rocket scientists out there. Either DEEP or BLUE if the price drop does not show up in your cart during checkout then just do it manually in the promo code section. John, just do it manually somewhere the wife cannot find you. :)**


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Re: 40% off at Deep Blue

Post by foghorn » August 19th 2019, 4:52pm

These are some great deals if the styles are for you. The 40% is off already discounted prices. You can get a decent diver with a NH25 movement for under 150 bucks. I had a couple DB's but sold them when I started purging most or my 42mm+ watches.
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Re: 40% off at Deep Blue

Post by biglove » August 19th 2019, 6:31pm

I have my issues with that shithead Betosh and his shit CS but I still bought a Tritdiver at Joma for $259. Can’t find a T-100 watch anywhere else near that price.

It is too damned big, too damned thick and needlessly so with the Seiko movement inside being dwarfed by the case.

But until someone out there can give me a T-100 in a reasonably sized case at that price, it fills a desire.

Ball does Tritium best but at a real premium.
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Re: 40% off at Deep Blue

Post by SaoGage » August 19th 2019, 7:14pm

Really have no issues with Deep Blue. Not always the most original or tasteful designs, but I've owned a couple over the years and they've always seemed reasonably well made.

Def not a micro diver guy, but I think one could for sure do worse.
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