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Citizen Promaster (Titanium Diving Watch)

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weert

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Hey divers... check this out... a cool watch at a good price. Presenting, the Citizen Promaster Alti-Depth Meter (JP3020-56E):

[ame]http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3679548131[/ame]

Bid on ebay or email me directly for a quick deal. (please do not PM me)

thanks
 
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Murat

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Does anybody used that watch??? Suitable for freediving???

I am about to buy new diving watch, this may be an option too...
 

weert

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hi murat, the watch has not been used underwater before, as stated in the ad. it's in excellent condition - the glass covering the watch face still has the minty-new sheen on it. i have kept it for some time without using it before deciding now it has to go.

the watch is water-resistant up to 200m, cased in solid titanium (unique compared to most) with screw-locked crown and back, meeting and exceeding the ISO-standards of diving watches.

it should be suitable for freediving but i'm not sure what kind of depths you are talking about here! the electronic depth meter measures up to 80m in 0.1m steps (80m is approximately 265ft) - so it works well for normal free-diving within the depth limit.

if this is what you're looking for, don't hesitate to make a bid. alternatively, you can email me directly to purchase it at a "buy-it-now" price.
 
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