- WIS Divemaster
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I took the Orient Ray. Its a solid little watch with a very classy bezel. In fact I'd claim it to be the best bezel around in the lower end price range. The dial readability is very good. The hands are easy to see and a good length. The screw-down crown is serviceable but a little gritty. It also has that spare time knob (which changes the day), extra time knobs of course are always a good thing! I have it on the same 22mm Orient dive strap used with the OS300. The Ray was comfortable on the wrist and a perfect case size at 42mm. I actually think the Ray is a good update of the venerable Mako design and one of the best automatic beaters around. Its also an excellent real world dive watch for not much coin.
Strange spidery looking crab? Not sure.
What the crab's view looks like...
Not the prettiest guy :-)
Little Nudibranch having his picture taken by my buddy...
Love the sponge gardens...
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