Deep Blue Watches Review

Deep Blue Watches Review

Deep Blue Pro Sea Diver

If you’re a professional diver who’s looking for a dive watch but doesn’t want to spend too much, the Deep Blue Pro Sea Diver is worth checking out.

For the Hardcore Underwater Explorers

You can choose from a variety of bezel colours for the Pro Sea Diver, including black, blue, orange and black and white. The rotating bezel is a thing of beauty with its 120 oddly satisfying clicks. Watches have a gear-like appearance thanks to the bezel and case.

The plain blue dial nails the typical dive watch element and I must say that it looks even better in person. At 3 o’clock sits the date window and all the hands and markers are generously lumed.

Again, this watch is powered by the respectable 24-jewel Seiko NH36 movement with an accuracy of -20 to +40 seconds per day. Although it’s not the most accurate movement, it provides consistency and accuracy along with solid power reserves.

Of course, you can’t review this watch without mentioning the 1,000-meter depth rating. That’s right, it’s a professional dive watch by all means.

Deep Blue Daynight 45Mm T100 300M Dive Watch With Threaded Link Pins


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Deep Blue is the one I desire. Deep Blue is my favorite color. I have a feeling my $400 ($300 for watch $79 for bracelet) can be better spent elsewhere.

Watches have two main parts. The movement and the rest. DB doesn’t manufacture their movements so they use those made by other companies like Miyota/Citizen Seiko, ETA, ETA, and Sellita. Prices on the Sellita and ETA DB watches reflect ETA’s tightening of supply and Sellita profiting from it by raising their prices. What you’ll notice on a DB watch sporting a specific movement’s timekeeping performance is the same as you would see on any watch featuring that movement.

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Deep Blue Master 1000 Automatic Diver

A review of Deep Blue watches is incomplete without talking about the Deep Blue Master 1000 Automatic Diver.

Solid Divers with great Value

I was attracted to the Deep Blue Master 1000 Automatic Diver because of its decent specs, and that it is available for as low as $300 depending on your color choices.

The watch is a diving watch and can reach 300m. This may seem a bit much if you plan to wear it only casually. It’s good to know this watch can dive deep.

The Master 1000 is large, with its 44mm diameter and 15mm height. The Master 1,000 features a 10 o’clock helium release valve and an unidirectional bezel. You just know right off the bat that this diver is not messing around.

The watch is powered by a Seiko NH 35 automatic movement which is quite pedestrian as far as automatic watches go. A date window is also included, which is something that you don’t often see on dive watches. The bezel is ceramic and the lume offers incredible visibility in low-light situations.

Overall, the Deep Blue Master 1000 Automatic Diver can go deep without digging deep within your pockets.

Test Report/Test Tritium Watch Deep Blue Daynight T-100 Gmt Limited

Deep Blue – a name that promises a lot. Dive into the depths of the ocean with the deep blue Daynight GMT. A dive watch that guarantees a safe diving experience. The test features the variant with ETA Valjoux 7754, which is for divers who love to dive in cool dark water and want to find out how long it takes elsewhere.

Who hides behind deep blue watches? According to his statement, he is the brand leader in professional diving watches. It was founded in 2007, so it’s still young. However, the company has innovative ideas and vision and has the aim of being a market leader with high quality time and depth measurements. The professional quality watches are used by professional recreational divers as well as those employed in the military. Deep blue diver watches are reliable in any situation where a robust, reliable and functional timepiece is required. Innovation and clarity are the key ingredients of this company. With up to 3000 depth meters tested watches, sapphire front bezels, Kremaikfassungen, tubular gas tritium technology, a helium release valve as well as the extensive use of Superluminova, deep blue determines what quality means.

This model, the ETA Valjoux 7754 is a limited edition and a special quality one. In the design, the tastes differ, but it is a very wide, large clock with a high range of works, which is especially suitable for strong, powerful arms. The Depp blue Daynight GMT is a fascinating watch, despite its size and weight. It is a convincing material process. The 4mm thick sapphire crystal promises the appearance of resilience. Let a armored car roll over it and the functionality is not damaged in any way. The display is ideal for the dark depths of the sea. Hour and minute hand lights in blue Trithium tube. The GMT pointer glows in glowing organs and chrono and Chrono Sub dials are displayed in Superluminova. What does the experienced diver want more? The only problem is that the Superluminova rings will not be accepted if your hands are light through the tritium. Do I really think this is Superluminova? It’s almost impossible to imagine, but the technical details make it clear.

Deep Blue, a renowned ETA Valjoux 7754 GMT watch is regarded as a performance leader. The accuracy and performance are remarkable, despite the fact that the Quality Class is +3 seconds to 24hrs.

This bracelet is a long pretentious length and partly because of this, it’s oversized. The Daynight GMT is visually eye-catching due to its divers’ suit extensions and safety closings. Diveruhr’s presentation is not only high-quality, accurate, and safe, but it also combines design and style. It was yesterday to understate, live long and prosper this diver-cracker.

It is important to consider the price. But quality and above all safety has its price – and in any case it is guaranteed to dive with this dive watch. The limitation will certainly also contribute to this. Depending on the hands, a price of up to us $1999 is expected. Used on ebay It is rare to find. It is rare to find it. The deep Blue Daynight GMT meets all the necessary safety criteria for a perfect dive. The display is clearly legible. The battery or operating time is incomparable, waterproof up to tested 3000 meters and an enormous pressure load capacity. The ETA Valjoux Drive is a clear plus – the heavy design is a small but to be held constraint.

The watch can be worn by anyone who dives, but it is not necessary.

Let’s go diving!

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Straps And Wearability

On the wrist, the DayNight Scuba is a big watch, but wears smaller than I had expected. The 52mm lug-to-lug balances the 45mm diameter. So while certainly wide it didn’t feel too long on my 7” wrist. Its 15mm height can also be tempered by its width. Though I am a self-proclaimed small-medium sized watch guy, I do find the occasional appeal in a large watch if it is balanced (2 of my regular wears are 43mm, after all). Because of their smaller dials, divers are the easiest to wear. The watch is particularly small because the flat tubes are large. You wouldn’t want the tubes to be any smaller. It’s just not for every wrist.

The DayNight watch is modern and stylish from an aesthetic standpoint. The DayNight is sleek, aggressive and not too flashy. It lacks unnecessary details, so it looks mature and clean. It’s bold, sheerly because of its size, but I think in general subdued enough to wear to the office. This watch is designed to go in water and would be able to handle your typical diving requirements. Although I’ve not tried the tritium tube under water yet, I think the idea behind it is solid. I know that these watches look like Christmas trees in dimming bars or movie theatres.

Pro Sea Diver

The Pro Sea Diver, as you may have noticed from its name is made to endure the rigorous undersea exploration. But first, let’s look at the style. The case is 46mm in diameter. This makes it a heavy offering. A flat, anti-reflective sapphire glass is placed on top of the donut-shaped stainless steel case. This allows for better visibility underwater than domed crystals. Give the rotating bezel a spin — it clicks! The cool blue dial looks great paired with the bright orange minute hands. That can match the bezel should you choose orange over the black or blue bezel options. The dial parts glow with Lume Superluminous when they are coated.

The Pro Sea Diver is known for its strength and endurance. A 24-jewel Seiko NH36 movement powers the formidable 40-hour power reserve. The unit is water-resistant to up to 1000 meters, and it has a manual valve that can be used for saturation diving. This is an excellent option for anyone who wants to go diving on a weekend or simply want to feel as good as possible.

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This watch has some incredible color choices and definite highlights like the sapphire crystal, radiance, depth rating, and helium discharge valve. A Sinn could cost you a lot more, but it’s possible to have several of these Deep Blues as part of your watch collection.

Shaded silicon substitute straps can also be purchased. You can make your watch last longer without having to empty your wallet.

  • Bezel: Blue/White
  • Stainless Steel
  • Swiss Automatic Movement Valjoux 7750, 25 gems, 28,880 VPH
  • Chronograph Functions-12 hour (6 o’clock position) 30 Min counter
  • Sapphire Crystal, 4mm thick. Inside AR Covered
  • 1000 Meters – 3300 Feet Water safe
  • Artistic Luminous Bezel (Scratch Resistant)
  • Superluminova: Luminous Hour Markers and Hands.

The generous Valjoux Swiss chronograph Valjoux 7750 Swiss is housed in the case of 45mm. It capacities like a conventional chronograph with a 12 hour counter at 6 o’clock. The watch has a 30-minute counter at noon and running seconds at nine o’clock. There is also a date/day marker at three o’clock. The watch is water impervious to 1,000 meters.

This includes the recessed Helium discharge valve and the brilliant and scratch-safe clay bezel. It also has a screw-down crown, pushers, and a crown.

The pros

  • Full interfaces, Half Links, Screws in Bracelet


  • It is delicate
  • It is easily scratch-able..

Juggernaut Iv Swiss Automatic

The sunray wave pattern that ripples across the dial is the feature that’s most likely to catch your eye when you gaze upon a Juggernaut IV. It’s an interesting design feature that can be paired with any face: black, silver, or even head-turningly yellow. You have an eye-catching wristpiece when you combine those dials and striking turquoise markers. Even more so when the lights go out and the luminous ceramic bezel and Superluminova hour markers and hands put on a glowing show. In keeping with Deep Blue’s love of bulk, this is a sturdy entry with a 44-mm width. It’s also built for some serious diving with 1,000-meter depth rating and a helium release valve at the ten o’clock position.

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What We Love

Watches with high-performance performance

Deep Blue manufactures only dive watches, and knows how to make a quality piece. Deep Blue watches are not only stylish, but also perform well.

A durable dive watch can withstand the extreme depths of ocean. Some of the most skilled Deep Blue divers are capable of diving to depths up to 3,000m thanks their sturdy construction. That is a mighty impressive performance for a dive watch.

Although I’m not a professional diver, I won’t soon be diving in the sea. Deep Blue watches seem to be popular among professional divers, which I noticed when looking around. It’s feedback like this that will let you know that Deep Blue is the real deal as far as dive watches go.

Deep Blue watches have never disappointed me in terms of durability and dependability, based on my experiences.

Creative Design Ideas

While Deep Blue didn’t exactly set the world of dive watches on fire, I do appreciate some of the design decisions that this company has made.

For instance, some of the Deep Blue models have ceramic or sapphire bezels that are comparable with some high-end luxury watches. The thing is, Deep Blue divers aren’t exactly high-end, so it’s certainly nice to see high-end features from a mid-range brand.

The adjustable wetsuit extension bracelets are another thing that I like about Deep Blue dive watches. This goes to show that Deep Blue is truly catering to professional divers. A lot of watchmakers are able to simply raise a watch’s water resistance, and then call it a diving watch.

Deep Blue’s thoughtful design choices deserve a lot more respect.

Good Value

Deep Blue watches are a reliable and sturdy choice for those looking to buy a tool watch. Deep Blue is committed to providing top-quality value for customers that are open to it.

This means providing timepieces that are accurate, durable, and have good designs. They are determined to keep their watches affordable. True enough, even the highest end model will remain below $1,000, except for the Master 2000 series.

For a dive watch, this is simply unheard of, especially considering the quality of Deep Blue watches.

Excellent Customer Support

The folks at Deep Blue stands by their products 110%. This really shows once you get in touch with their customer support.

Just for this Deep Blue watches review, I’ve contacted their support to ask some questions. The support staff was very responsive and helpful. Instead of getting a canned reply, the support team provided great solutions.

I was given the impression they would always be there for me. For lesser-known brands like Deep Blue, excellent customer service can go a long way in bolstering their reputation.

Seiko Movement

Driving the Seadiver is the 24-jewel Seiko NH36 movement. An automatic, hand-winding, and hackable powerhouse with a staggering 41 hours of reserve.

Normally, watches in this price range have Seiko NH or Miyota 82xx movements behind them and these do the job extremely well. With an accuracy within -20 to +40 seconds per day, they’re reliable and offer long and consistent accuracy with their solid power reserve.

There is very little in common between them. The only thing that could distinguish them from each other head-to-head would be the smoothness of the sweep. Models with Miyota under the hood tend to tick at a higher beats per hour (bhp) frequency, allowing for a more gentle movement of the seconds hand.

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What We Don’T Love

Derivative Aesthetic

If you are in the market for a one-of-a-kind dive watch with a unique design, you won’t find it in Deep Blue.

While most Deep Blue watches feature a solid design, it’s clear that the company took some inspirations from other popular dive watches such as the Citizen’s Blue Promaster or Seiko Prospex SRP775. Deep Blue watches don’t represent a masterpiece of design.

Deep Blue offers watches with unique looks, such as the Deep Blue Abyss. Some models are also difficult to see at first glance.

Just Dive Watches?

This is more of a nitpick than anything.

Deep Blue is a quality manufacturer of timepieces and knows exactly what they’re doing. Thus, I was hoping that they would branch out to other types of watches. Deep Blue watches are not for those who don’t enjoy diving.

This company offers a wide range of watches with good looks that you could choose from. You don’t have to be a professional diver or military to appreciate their collection. Deep Blue watches are something I will wear casually.

Just a wishful thinking on my part.

Strap And Buckle

The strap I chose was the moulded rubber – I like my straps to meet the case without a gap, but the bracelet was too expensive on this watch and I read reviews that said that it doesn’t quite fit as well as it might. It is high quality, comfortable and perfectly matches my watch. It’s my favorite choice. Even if you don’t like the NATO straps, you can find them on eBay for as low as fivers. So you might want to get the best OEM strap possible for your money. The Deep Blue NATO Diver takes a 22mm watch strap if you are shopping for one. The buckle is, well, fine. It’s laser engraved with “Deep Blue” and it does the job.

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DayNight Scuba’s dial is bold and clean, featuring a prominent use of tritium tube flats. The main surface is matte black with an inner circle featuring a wave-form pattern. It’s a subtle texture that is only viewable in good lighting, and does a good job of activating what would have been empty space. Within this area is various text: Deep Blue logos below 12, and a block of small text above 6 reading “DayNight Scuba T-100”, “300 Meter/1000 Feet” and “Automatic” each on a separate line. Although it’s quite large, the font is small enough to not overtake the dial. It is a lot of text, but it seems to be all the information that’s needed for the dial.

The primary index consists solely of large, rectangular, flat tritium tubes. Thought they might look like applied markers painted with lume, each is in fact a tube filled with radioactive tritium gas, which in turn lights up a layer of illuminating material for a constant glow. This is my first experience with a watch with flat tubes, and I like them. I like tritium in general, but these integrate more sensibly with a dial design. All tubes are green except for 12 which is orange. The dials 12, 6, and 9 all have double tubes. This gives it a cross-hair effect. In daylight, the tubes just appear a bold markers, simple but effective. These things light up in the dark. Once your eyes adjust a bit, the tubes are quite exceptional. Between each tube are white lines for the individual minutes/seconds.

At 4.5 is an angled date window showing a black on silver date, the Miyota 9015 standard. Given the block of text there, this feels a touch crowded. This could have been made more interesting by using a black on white disk. Stepping out to the bezel, you have a classic diver’s insert with C3 superluminova filled markings. Each 20-minute period is marked by a hash line, increasing in size at 5 intervals. Then comes a large “20”. The numerals are then alternated with bold lines every ten minutes. It is bold, big and blocky. You can’t miss it. The origin marker is an oversized triangle, the point of which would extend into the dial, so it’s cut off. This lume is exceptional. With an initial charge, the C3 is way brighter than the tritium, though the tritium is a constant even glow and the C3 fades. One very cool detail is that there is a small orange tritium tube embedded within the origin marker, mimicking a lume “pearl”.

DayNight Scuba has a unique and very stylish handset. Both the hour and minute hands have tapering sword-shaped shapes. They are not Roman swords. They are both in white and have a stem at the intersection of their central axis. They both have long, orange tritium tube embedded in them. Here’s my favorite part, there is a black line running down their centers, giving the hands the sense that there are two white wings joining on the tritium tube. This simple detail makes them much more aggressive and interesting… bringing to mind Tie Fighers (but perhaps that’s just me). The second hand then has a more typical design, with the addition of an orange tritium tube towards its tip.

Sapphire Crystal

Anti-reflective sapphire crystal is protecting the dial; flat instead of domed which increases the legibility by a notch. This will be useful underwater, where it is more likely that you bump the watch and scratch it against many objects. Say, for example, you bump the watch into a rock – that impact resistance will prevent the glass from cracking and leaking water, which in turn can save you a trip back to the surface.

Tap the crystal surface to determine if it is thick and nice. If it resonates a high-pitched clink then it’s mineral crystal or a thin sapphire. Not only is the glass on the Seadiver chunky, it also boasts anti-reflective coating for glare prevention. The manual Helium release valve is also included in the case for SAT Diving. Tough construction all over.

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Deep Blue Day offers it all. Night Scuba is a straightforward and simple dive watch that uses tritium in large quantities. It’s a great choice for those who are looking. This watch is made with a superior build quality than watches much more expensive. Highlights of this watch’s quality are the polished bevel and solid bezel mechanism. These flat tritium tube seal the deal. These tubes look great in daylight but are truly special when lit up in dark. The Day is available for purchase at $699 The night seems fairly priced for the quality you receive. There are Miyota9015-powered divers that cost less, but they offer much more. Because of the above factors, I consider Night an appealing value. If you’re looking for a 45mm diver with radioactive power, this is worth considering.

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Dominic Corey No Comments Deep Blue is one of the organizations responsible for the recent surge of interest in dive watches. It can’t guarantee a similar sort of history as some of its rivals, yet it is a regarded name that has figured out how to cut out a strong position for itself in its picked specialty of the watch market. Deep Blue watches were reviewed by an independent source.

Deep Blue watches offer a fascinating value to people who are interested in their usefulness. It is both convenient and strong.

Deep Blue watches are more costly than other watch brands, but they still remain affordable to most buyers. We can help you find out where deep blue watches are made.

Deep Blue, based in NYC, is one of the first to make overbuilt diving watches for Hong Kong. We have a Deep Blue master 1000 review and some other great reviews.

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Deep Blue watches: Should you really go all the way? This dive watch microbrand is highlighted by our love for and dislikes.

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Out of the box comes a high-grade, solid stainless steel bracelet with a push-button clasp and four removable links. Rather than using the standard pin-and-collar mechanism for the links, Deep Blue opted for the more expensive screw pins, also to be found on each lug.

The company’s styling on the double-secured clasp is a nice touch and indicates a high level of attention to detail. It is possible to change the bracelet at any time, but it will take some effort as many bracelets don’t fit in the Seadiver’s narrow lug space.

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Deep Blue sells watches from their own website. Deep Blue offers a 40% discount on all listed prices if you enter the code at checkout. It is a great deal compared with Amazon’s Seiko SKX007 watch. Deep Blue watches are sometimes available, even though they do not appear very often. Bay Casio A164WA-1VES. Amazon Prime available. Built-in lighting illuminates watches faces side-to-back. A calendar with automatic settings can display the exact date. You can even measure the time to an hour.

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Deep Blue Watches

They are all inspired by diving, and powered by high-quality movements. Six great examples are provided to show this.

Deep Blue Nato Diver- The Wruk Verdict

Overall, I love the Deep Blue NATO Diver. This watch is my favorite of all the watches I have. This watch was chosen over the Seiko SKX007 because of its build quality, dial depth, and selection of colours. It will be a great summer watch.

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Deep Blue Nato Diver: A Week on the Wrist

The Seiko SKX007 (and its Pepsi-bezelled counterpart the SKX009) is one of the classic diver’s wristwatches. Martin Sheen wore it in Apocalypse Now. It has many fans around the globe. Deep Blue NATO Diver pays homage to this watch but with key differences.

Seadiver Dial

All elements of the face, excluding the day and date complication at 3 o’clock, feature a generous coating of Lume Superluminous paint. It’s bright and doesn’t fade that quickly.

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The Things I didn’t Like

  • It is very poor in lume
  • I’d prefer an everyday low price rather than messing about with discount codes
  • It would be nice to have more bezel colour variations as well as dials

Where Are Deep Blue Watches Made?

Even though the brand is read as “movement,” the site doesn’t generally flaunt about the development of their watches. This is not something one would expect. In all honesty, MVMT utilizes a Japanese Miyota accuracy quartz development.

Other well-known brands, for example, Casio, Seiko, and Citizen use a similar evolution. It’s nothing unexpected that these Japanese style watches are utilizing this development, thinking that it is homegrown in Japan. However, the Japanese Miyota quartz design that is used by MVMT was created in China or Hong Kong.

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You will love this watch and it would make a great choice. It has great looks and is conventional-looking. The stainless steel case and band will be appreciated. You’ll also appreciate the small case width.

The watchmaker avoids the ludicrous pattern to make watches with 48 to 50+mm case widths. This watch can be worn with either pants or a suit. It looks great in both cases. This is a genuine diver’s watch that can be utilized during any water movement (plunging, swimming, water skiing, and fishing)

The Deep Blue Sea Ram is a great watch for diving. Some watches from their line are ugly and very expensive. Their website is something that makes me distrust the company. It could be their prices. Or maybe it’s another reason. Deep Blue watches might be considered trash. I do know that they make two or three $2000 watches but they also make a lot of very low-priced watches with “good specs”.

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Deep Blue is known for its innovation in technical achievements such as 3000 meter tested Dive Watches, Depth Meters, Sapphire Bezels, Ceramic Bezels, Tritium Tube Gaseous Technology, Helium release Valves and the extensive use of Superluminova. Our design Philosophy at Deep Blue is form Follows function. Accuracy and Water resistance insure a dependable Life saving time piece.

Deep Blue is what I want. Deep Blue is the best. I have a feeling my $400 ($300 for watch $79 for bracelet) can be better spent elsewhere.

One thing you need to remember about watches is that there are two parts: the movement and everything else. DB doesn’t manufacture their movements so they use those made by other companies like Miyota/Citizen Seiko, ETA, ETA, and Sellita. The prices on the Sellita and ETA DB watches are strictly a reflection of ETA tightening supply on their movements and Sellita taking advantage of it by increasing their prices too. What you’ll notice on a DB watch sporting a specific movement’s timekeeping performance is the same as you would see on any watch featuring that movement.

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Deep Blue Day has it all. Night Scuba, a simple and straightforward dive watch with tritium in large sizes is an excellent choice for anyone looking. This watch is made with a superior build quality than watches much more expensive. Highlights of this watch’s quality are the polished bevel and solid bezel mechanism. The flat tritium tubes then really seal the deal. These tubes look great in daylight but are truly special when lit up in dark. You can get the Day for $699. The night seems fairly priced for the quality you receive. Although there are Miyota9015 powered divers at a lower price, they also offer more. I believe Night to be an attractive value due to the factors mentioned. It’s worth looking into if you are in search of a 45mm divers with power from a radioactive plume.

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Dominic Corey No Comments Deep Blue is one of the organizations responsible for the recent surge of interest in dive watches. It can’t guarantee a similar sort of history as some of its rivals, yet it is a regarded name that has figured out how to cut out a strong position for itself in its picked specialty of the watch market. Deep Blue watches were reviewed by an independent source.

Deep Blue watches offer a fascinating value to people who are interested in their usefulness. This is based on both convenience and long-lasting ideas.

Deep Blue watches, while more expensive than many other brands of the watch, are still affordable for the majority of buyers. We can help you find out where deep blue watches are made.

Deep Blue is based out of NYC and was one of the pioneering brands to create overbuilt diving watches in Hong Kong. We have a Deep Blue master 1000 review and some other great reviews.

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Deep Blue Watches – Where Made?
Based in New York City. Switzerland has a dominant position in watch-making. But it is important that you remember there are many other locations where companies can also be found. Deep Blue is based in New York City and has a presence on the market.

Is Deep Blue A Good Watch Company?
Deep Blue has the finest quality dive watches and is a popular choice. Deep Blue Watches provide the perfect companion for your adventures, day or night, on land or at sea.

Deep Blue Watches Are Certified
First of all, ISO CERTIFICATION is NOT a valid certification. ISO 6425 is an ISO CERTIFICATION.

Deep Blue Watch Company Who Are You?
Stan Bets – President, Deep Blue Watches
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