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Mares Nemo, Casio SPF-70

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Cabous

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Hi all;
I'm looking at buying a dive watch and the two mentioned currently have my attention.

I'm very much in favor of the Casio watch but doing a search of the forums I find nothing. Nothing = nobody here is using it...

I include a link to the Casio SPF-70 product page...
...and a link to the Nemo

So what do you all think?

PS The SPF-70 only measures to 30m with which I'm fine by the way...

Thanks


Later
 

immerlustig

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hi

i have a suggestion: buy both of them, try them out thoroughly and post your experiences :p

one thing, though, if a watch only measures 30m, you don't want it, believe me.

cheers

roland
 
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