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Deep Blue Military Diver 300 Automatic Watch

Deep Blue Military Diver 300 Automatic Watch

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Legible & 300M Water Resistant

Done in a traditional diver style, the Deep Blue Diver 300 Automatic is easy to read and tough as nails. The dial features sizeable circular indexes on the off numbers and rectangular indexes at the cardinal hour markers, save for the date window at 3 o’clock. Each marker, including the hands, is coated with Super-Luminova for visibility under water—to a depth of a whopping 300 meters, if you’re counting. To keep track of elapsed time, simply twist the 120-click bezel and set it ahead so you know how much time you’ve got left. Crafted with a body of 316L stainless steel that houses a sapphire crystal, the timepiece is extremely durable. It oughta be, considering that inside is a Sellita SW200 26-jewel movement.

Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice from seven different options.

Deep Blue Military Diver 300 Automatic Watch

Model Options

Black PVD Case, Black Dial, Black Bezel
Stainless Steel Case, Black Dial, Black & Red Bezel
Stainless Steel Case, Black Dial, Black Bezel
Stainless Steel Case, Blue Dial, Blue & Red Bezel
Stainless Steel Case, Blue Dial, Blue Bezel
Stainless Steel Case, Grey Dial, Black Bezel
Stainless Steel Case, Orange Dial, Black Bezel


  • Deep Blue
  • Movement: Sellita SW200 26-jewel automatic
  • 28800 vph
  • 38-hour power reserve
  • Case material: 316L stainless steel
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Caseback: Solid
  • Date window
  • 120-click unidirectional rotating bezel
  • Super-Luminova on hands, hour markers, and bezel pip
  • Case diameter: 44 mm
  • Case thickness: 14 mm
  • Lug width: 22 mm
  • Lug-to-lug: 51 mm
  • Water resistance: 300 m (984 ft)


  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty


All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is July 20, 2017 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

Recent Activity

I know that this response is months late, but as a memo to self: Deep Blue is based in Brooklyn, New York, founded in 2007, and its founder/president is Stan Betesh. He also runs the watch band website. The New York Department of State corporations search doesn't seem to list a Deep Blue something-or-other company founded circa 2007, so it may be a DBA for some other corporate entity. A new brand was introduced in 2015, Air Blue, for pilot watches. Various articles and interviews about the company: And from a Watchuseek forum thread: """"" Got one like it with a black dial. They're made in China under contract using a cataloge case. DB has been around about 4 years or so (I think) and make a good product, myself having also purchased a Master Timer. No complaints on this model other than there was an issue a year ago with members having a hard time getting the bracelet screws out (and back in) when changing to a different strap. For the money, it's a helluva watch although I do not know if it is ISO rated. Not an issue for me either way though. edit: lest someone think a Chinese cataloge case watch is a bad thing, many of the boutique brands do the same. No shame in it, just thought I'd mention this. ----- Just to add a little more info for the OP. The company Deep Blue is owned/operated by Stan Betesh out of New York, New York where he has a small showroom for the Deep Blue line of watches. (by appointment only) He also co-owns Panatime which is also a watch related business selling thousands of straps in any size shape or material you could think of. The quality of Deep Blue is VERY good with many, many, sold thanks to his partnership with ShopNBC. As already mentioned, the watches are made/built PRC/HK but they are just as good as most all of the other boutique watch companies I've sampled. (and that's a bunch!) The best thing about Stan and DB is their customer service. As with any mass produced product there will always be a few that get past QC with flaws or just a flat out lemon of a watch. But the way they (DB) handle the issues that do come up is where they SHINE! I don't think I've ever seen/heard of an issue with any DB watch that wasn't taken care of by Stan in the fastest manner possible and he will strive to make sure you the customer are completely satisfied! The only snag I've heard of is with the watch sold through ShopNBC, warranty issues could get sticky but so far Stan has honored the warranty directly. """""