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Here are couple new ones for Yema fans, or all watch fans.

First is the Superman 63 with choice of a 39mm, or 41mm stainless
steel case, sapphire crystal, 300M WR, black dial, Sellita SW200,
Tropic rubber, leather strap, or stainless steel bracelet.









Next up is the new Flygraf Pilot with it's 39mm stainless steel case, a
sapphire crystal, 300M WR, black, or gray dials, leather, and canvas
strap choices, along with MBP1000 automatic movement.










W&W, and Yema also everyone...


 

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mine. Switched the bracelet for a tropic strap.
 

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mine. Switched the bracelet for a tropic strap.
I really like that 63. It’s a definite possibility if the price is right.
Incredibly cool Alain, and then somehow, the tropic makes it beyond cool !! 😎 😎
It just completes the whole feel of the watch, or the vintage theme perfectly.

Trip, the 63 really is beautiful, and just seems to add some numbers, along
with different markers to the Superman. 🙂 The size seems great for you
as well. Actually both the 63, and the Flygraf have nice sizes it seems.
If we could just get the prices to be as nice. ..I hope they will be Trip ! (y)

Very happy you enjoyed the watches, and thanks so much for chiming in !!!
 

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I am a big fan of the brand. But I must say those two watches look a bit too close to an Oris Divers Sixty-Five and older model BC3 for my taste. I'll stick with the originals.
 

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The Yema Superman came out in 1963.


This is as close to a dive watch that Oris made. This is a 1970 watch named the Chronoris and it was auto related as were many Oris watches at the time.



In 2006 a watch bearing the name of freediver Carlos Coste is introduced. Called the Carlos Coste Limited Edition Chronograph, it’s the first watch in Oris’s Divers collection.
 

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I am a big fan of the brand. But I must say those two watches look a bit too close to an Oris Divers Sixty-Five and older model BC3 for my taste. I'll stick with the originals.
That Superman II you have is phenomenal Forza, and can see what
you are saying with the changes within these two. (y) (y) What is
nice though is that these new models still have a classic vibe. Plus
just give Yema fans, and watch fans in general yet another 'super'
cool addition, or additions to their line-up. 🙂

Thank you very very much for your insight sir !!!
 

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Indeed you are correct Tom. Like I said, I am a big fan of the brand
😉 ..That Maxi-Dial version of yours' is extraordinary by the way sir ! 😃
Love how Yema has gotten back to their roots, but also seems to be
full of such passion Forza. Every time I see a new watch from them
I like it. It's pretty amazing ! Or really amazing actually !!! 😄
 

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Wanted to just add this news in about the Superman 63 had seen
today everyone. 🙂

It seems there is a 'fish scales' bracelet that will be available for the
new Superman 63. What's neat too, is it was evidently a bracelet that
could be had with the original watch.

International Scuba Diving Hall of Famer, professional scuba diver, and
underwater photographer Jason Washington tested, and helped design
the watch also.

A couple more pictures for you...






Saw this news over at OceanicTime…

YEMA Superman Heritage 63 FISH SCALES BRACELET
 
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