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Saw this one from MAT Watches recently. How about you guys?

The new Sea Rescuers pay tribute to the French Sea Rescuers.
Who since 1967 having been saving lives within France's waters.
Both coastal, and within overseas territories also.

With the watch having details like a 42.5mm Compressor case,
200m WR, a domed sapphire crystal, Oean Blue, or Ocean Sand
dials with touches of orange, and luminous hands, and markers.
Along with the ETA 2824-2, canvas, leather, and rubber straps,
and more.

A few pictures for you...













OceanicTime, and MAT with this, and more...

http://oceanictime.blogspot.com/2019/10/matwatches-sea-rescuers-ocean-blue.html

https://www.merairterre.com/en/
 

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I rather like the look of the Ocean Sand with the brown canvas type strap. It looks well made, nicely finished and quite functional.

However, with a price tag at a few pennies under $2k, I feel that one could do considerably better for a lot less coin.

Thanks again Tom
 

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I rather like the look of the Ocean Sand with the brown canvas type strap. It looks well made, nicely finished and quite functional.

However, with a price tag at a few pennies under $2k, I fell that one could do considerably better for a lot less coin.

Thanks again Tom


The thanks actually goes to YOU sir !

I'm with you on the Ocean Sand there by the way. :) Kind of has an almost
field watch feel to it even though it's a diver. ..It's definitely sharp !

However, the price really is up there, and there are a lot of watches out
there that can give you the feel. Can think of a few Seiko 5's, or Bertucci's
for example that give you similar styles, but that are super affordable.

I'm actually with you on all points here it looks like Steve. :thumb:
 

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I rather like the look of the Ocean Sand with the brown canvas type strap. It looks well made, nicely finished and quite functional.

However, with a price tag at a few pennies under $2k, I fell that one could do considerably better for a lot less coin.

Thanks again Tom
Couldn't have said it better myself...:nod:
 

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I will stick with my Logines LLD
 
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