for its true value.
From phones to timepieces--time to drag yourself into the 21st century of new materials and more modern style.
I'm all for the 50 year old+ classics like a Sub case, but I'm also willing to look at form following function--as well as newer stronger lighter materials of construction--and so should you, considering your life dependence on such when under seas.
As Dylan might have said:
The Times, they are ALWAYS a'changin'...
...this particular tiger won't change his stripes. Of course, given that he's one of the few of us here who has had the occasion to depend on his timepiece in a professional capacity, I'm inclined to let him have his way.
Frankly, I'm still amazed that he likes the DSSD. Baby steps...
PS - I have always been a fan of the BR02 series, though at pre-owned prices ($5K+ is a lot for a Selitta SW200 and no bracelet).
Seems like one of the very few 'blacked out' designs that you can actually read pretty well. I still prefer this one...
They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time, it works every time.
"Just as watch collectors are keepers of a tradition of a mechanical art, so too are dive watch owners keepers of a legacy of rugged instruments that accompanied man on some of his greatest adventures. Wear your dive watch proudly."
...I'd love it better with a conventional double AR coated crystal.