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PHOIBOS Proteus 300-Meter Automatic Dive Watch with Meteorite Dial, AR Double Dome Sapphire Crystal #PY024E
Phoibos PY024E 300 meter Automatic Dive Watch with meteorite dial an AR Double-Dome Sapphire Crystal.

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Island Watch Price: $419.00

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Product Code: PY024E

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PHOIBOS Proteus 300-Meter Automatic Dive Watch with Meteorite Dial, AR Double Dome Sapphire Crystal #PY024E

This Phoibos dive watch features a 42mm diameter 316L grade stainless steel case, a solid link stainless steel bracelet (with solid end links), a three-fold clasp with push-button release, Swiss Super-LumiNova BGW9 treated hands and hour markers, Swiss Super-Luminova C3 on the upper dial, a screw-down crown, an anti-reflective double-dome sapphire crystal, a date window, a screw-in caseback, and a 120-click uni-directional ceramic bezel with SuperLuminova markings. The dial surface on this model is a made from a meteorite slice.

The watch is powered by an NH35 automatic movement. Water resistance is good to 300 meters which is suitable for swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. The watch weighs 200 grams.

Watch Features:
  • Movement: NH35 automatic (self-winding)
  • Case: Brushed stainless steel, 42mm diameter x 13mm thick. 49mm tip to tip
  • Back: Screw-in back
  • Crystal: Anti-Reflective Double-Dome Sapphire
  • Band: 316L stainless steel bracelet, deployant closure. 22mm lug
  • Water Resistant: 300 meters
  • Warranty: 2 Years

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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4 of 5 Great wrist presence & quite a light show at night August 10, 2020
Reviewer: Mark from Houston, TX United States  
Really a 4.5. The shape is nicely different with a curved chunky feel. A bit thick for 13mm. However, the dial design (I have the regular black) is very pleasing with off-white ring encircling the dark dial. Hands and bezel nicely lumed blue, and the chapter ring nicely lumed green to see the second hand pass over the markings. Quite a good looking watch. The movement on my watch was running plus 21 secs per day overall when it arrived. I spent an hour and got it down to -4 sec per day overall. Variation between positions at maximum was around 20 seconds, so it is more about seeing how it runs on your wrist, nightstand & winder to get it closer. Such a nice design, that I think it would merit a better movement such as a Miyota 9xxx series, which would increase the cost of the watch about $50. If you like the dial design and want something with some thickness, presence, a lume show, and a manly, curved-block look, you will not be disappointed.

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