Introducing the Deep Blue Deep Star 1000
Dark Blue Watches is a brand that certainly knows its specialty. Throughout the long term they have been dynamic, Deep Blue has delivered plunge watch after jump watch. They have covered bases from lower evaluated quartz to Miyota programmed developments to Swiss. Their watches are large, burly and command consideration. As of late the brand delivered another new model that again fits the shape, the Deep Star 1000 Automatic.
- Case: 316L Stainless Steel
- Movement: Miyota 9015
- Dial: Black or Blue
- Lume: Vintage Green Superluminova
- Lens: Sapphire
- Strap: Stainless Steel Shark Mesh Bracelet
- Water Res.: 1000M
- Dimensions: 45 x 54mm
- Thickness: 16mm
- Lug Width: 22mm
- Price: $999
Right off the bat you can tell that Deep Blue was not playing. The case is a significant piece of steel at 45mm in distance across and 54mm long with a stature of 16mm. The pad case notices back to plunge watches of the 1960s and 1970s, making this perhaps the most snazzy pieces in Deep Blue’s assortment. At three you have an enormous screw down crown flanked by stout monitors, and off 9 o’clock a helium get away from valve for those that truly utilize the watch for genuine jumping. Of which, with its 1000M water obstruction, it is absolutely competent. The Deep Star has a strong case back showing the quantity of the watch out of 5,000 and behind the case back beating endlessly inside is the Citizen Miyota 9015.
The dial of the Deep Star comes in one or the other dark or blue with coordinating bezels. The dial configuration is suggestive of the Aquastar Benthos made in the 1960’s. The lists are lumed with vintage green Superluminova and the 3, 6, 9 and 12 markers are reflected on one or the other side. The section ring has an intriguing plan with thicker and more slender lists exchanging at regular intervals, giving right around a feeling of movement. The hour and moment hands have a stepping stool configuration, separating the lume, while the seconds hand is completely hued. The fired bezel is unidirectional and turns with 120 ticks. The bezel markers are likewise completely lumed for incredible visibilty. Accompanying the watch is a 22mm tempered steel network wristband. The arm band has a press button send and security catch and truly balances the vintage look.
The Deep Blue Deep Star 1000 is at present accessible from the Deep Blue site and will slow down you $999 USD – at this moment the watch is discounted for 40% off at $599 yet no word on how long that will last.