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Here is, or are another couple new Deep Blues guys. It's the Deep Blue
DayNight Tritdiver T-100 Coke, and Pepsi Divers.

With the watches, you have a 120 click unidirectional diver's bezels with
either a black, and red ceramic insert, or blue, and red ceramic insert.
Along with sunray black, or blue dials with nice tritium tube markers,
and hands.

In addition, you have 44mm stainless steel cases, 500M WR, AR coated
sapphire crystals, Seiko NH35 automatic, and choice of bracelet, rubber,
or NATO strap too.

Have a few pictures here...



















OceanicTime, and Deep Blue with much more...

http://oceanictime.blogspot.com/2018/05/deep-blue-daynight-tritdiver-t-100-auto.html

https://www.deepbluewatches.com/
 

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I am a big fan of Deep Blue watches. I own 3 and have my eye on another. I say that to put the following comment in perspective.

Last year I ordered a T-100 Pepsi. Upon arrival I discovered that the red and blue colors of the face and bezel were nowhere near as bright/vibrant as they appear on the web site. Unfortunately, the pictures above (in this post) are also not truly representative of the color tones on the watch.

As always, the folks at Deep Blue responded quickly to my email. Hoping that the darker tones of the Pepsi I received were an anomaly I explained my concern and asked if they had another T-100 Pepsi they could send. Unfortunately, the response stated that all of their Pepsi watches had those darker tones and that was difficult to take a picture with lighting bright enough to show the details of the watch without affecting how the colors appeared on the web site. After the DB folks confirmed they did not have a Pepsi watch in stock that did not have the lighter tones of re and blue as shown on the web site I reluctantly informed them that I would be returning the watch. The folks at DB were courteous and professional in handling the return and refund.

I’m not here to bash Deep Blue. As I said, I like their watches and I will buy from them again. Also, my purchase/return occurred approximately one year ago and the color tones on the DB Pepsi watches may have changed. All of that said, anyone considering the purchase of a DB Pepsi who wants their new watch to have the same colors/tones of red and blue as shon in the pictures above might want to accomplish some additional due diligence.
 

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I am a big fan of Deep Blue watches. I own 3 and have my eye on another. I say to put the following comment in perspective.

Last year I ordered a T-100 Pepsi. Upon arrival I discovered that the red and blue colors of the face and bezel were nowhere near as bright/vibrant as they appear on the web site. Unfortunately, the pictures above (in this post) are also not truly representative of the color tones on the watch.

As always, the folks at Deep Blue responded quickly to my email. Hoping that the darker tones of the Pepsi I received were an anomaly I explained my concern and asked if they had another T-100 Pepsi they could send. Unfortunately, the response stated that all of their Pepsi watches had those darker tones and that was difficult to take a picture with lighting bright enough to show the details of the watch without affecting how the colors appeared on the web site. After the DB folks confirmed they did not have a Pepsi watch in stock that did not have the lighter tones of re and blue as shown on the web site I reluctantly informed them that I would be returning the watch. The folks at DB were courteous and professional in handling the return and refund.

I’m not here to bash Deep Blue. As I said, I like their watches and I will buy from them again. Also, my purchase/return occurred approximately one year ago and the color tones on the DB Pepsi watches may have changed. All of that said, anyone considering the purchase of a DB Pepsi who wants their new watch to have the same colors/tones of red and blue as shon in the pictures above might want to accomplish some additional due diligence.

Some terrific advice BigCasino. It's funny how a lot of times the pictures
are so much different than the actual watch. Not sure if they are maybe
computer renderings, or if it could have been the light they were in. But
it's great observation/point.
 

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My experience with Deep Blue has been excellent and I would purchase again! Love the one on nylon with black dial..;)
 

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Big fan here too'
DB 5K meter App Dvr., Ocean timer, (my fave of the 3) and the T25 (with dead batter cuz I can't get to the watch shop til Corvid is DOA)
The 5k App vr has the Seiko VX43 engine. Sec hand hits the indices dead bang on every second. IMO sign of a great movement!

Lou Snutt
 
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