|Message||Amazing collection of dive watches you have. Did'nt realize there was such a wide variety. I have a Heuer Quartz 1000 dive watch, all stainless steel. I purchased the watch through a dive shop back in 1986. I still wear it. I recently bought a new Tag Heuer Aquaracer automatic dive watch. Let's see if it is as good as my 1000 series. Mike.|
terrific collection and beautiful pictures of the watches! And I relly apreciate the "hall of shame" - that´s exactly the kind of information non-experts need who just want to buy a great timepiece an trust "truthful" sellers...
By he way: Besides a couple of "Citizen Promaster Aqualands" I own a "Precimax Aquamax Safety" and a "Aquastar Benthos II" which I learned is pretty rare - so rare that even watchmakers here in Switzerland who specialized in repairing old watches don´t know it - and me having a hard time finding someone to replace the battery (it´s said to have one of the first quarz-movements...) and getting an original strap or bracelet. So if You - or anybody else who reads this - can give me any informmation about a Benthos II please send it to me - I would realy appreciate it!!!
Keep on going with this great homepage, it´s unique on the internet!
Private Message added 2008-08-13
|Message||Outstanding photography and the most interesting and relevant information on an amazing collection of dive watches. Since running across this site, I have added the Gallet ADANAC Navigator, Citizen Ecozilla 300m, Citizen Aqualand II, Seiko Tuna Can 300m, and the Marathon SAR to my collection of divers. Wouldn't have considered a few of them had it not been for this site. Thanks for sharing and best wishes for the future...|
|Message||Outstanding photography and the most interesting and relevant information on an amazing collection of dive watches. Since running across this site, I have added the Gallet ADANAC Navigator, Citizen Ecozilla 300m, Citizen Aqualand II, Seiko Tuna Can 300m, and the Marathon SAR to my collection of divers. Wouldn't have bought a few of them had it not been for this site. Thanks for sharing and best wishes for the future...|
|Message||Excellent resource, thanks.|
|Message||bye the way im very fascinated that you are using the theme song from the series"voyage to the bottom of the sea" its as rare as the theme song from the series "flipper" and "combat"|
great collection. just fyi i recieved my ADANAC in 1987 in its generic cardboard box from a airforce mssgt who was one of my scuba pupils. i logged + 20 hrs of pool dives teaching scuba and 3 80' dives in the kelp beds of catalina island in southern cal. and it performed flawlessly and right now as i type this its still ticking away with a new battery rigth beside my SS submariner circa sept 1989 which was a wedding gift from my wife. also in my collection is a seiko 6309 cased in hong kong, a seiko 6309 "modern" w/ pepsi bezel, rolex explorer 2 with black face and numerous casio g shocks. when my 2 boys deserve them they'll get the rolexes so im looking to buy a gmt doxa so i can retire them. "time is too precious of a commodity to read on a cheap watch" cheers! vince.
so glad i found this site as i have found some information regarding my fathers Squale Master 1000mtrs watch regarding the movement ect all i need to do now is find someone who can restore it
anyone [email protected]
|Message||Greetings from Croatia!|
Wonderful watch collection and all on one place. Nice to know it´s here.
Keep on the good work