Serket Watches - Opinions

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Re: Serket Watches - Opinions

Post by eddiea » November 13th 2010, 2:44pm

The Telson's got some good reviews, 6497 fitted, LE I believed, seems lume is just awesome... I like some of the boutique brands offerings and the Blue Telson, is one of them.
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Post by Mark1 » November 13th 2010, 4:38pm

Koi-ask Ron (BB) about them, he has at least one. Maybe thats who you are horsetrading with?
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Post by eddiea » January 6th 2013, 3:37am

They still nice...well made it seems and expensive, as far as Dan's take on them as a "parts-bin brand"? it could be ...personally, I haven't seen that case or general design for that matter, anywhere else.
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Post by betterskills » March 8th 2013, 2:01am

I've always felt that a dive watch should be an automatic. The idea that you have to compromise the water resistance to keep it functioning seems backwards and poorly designed. But realistically, 99% of dive watches will see, at most, 12 feet of water in a pool on an irregular basis. And modern materials and manufacturing being what they are, it's probably an unfounded notion.
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Post by eddiea » March 8th 2013, 5:04am

betterskills wrote:I've always felt that a dive watch should be an automatic. The idea that you have to compromise the water resistance to keep it functioning seems backwards and poorly designed. But realistically, 99% of dive watches will see, at most, 12 feet of water in a pool on an irregular basis. And modern materials and manufacturing being what they are, it's probably an unfounded notion.

I agree, the Serket Telson however , is not a dive watch , nor is sold ( or advertised) as a diver...
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