Early Squale Master's have a few subtle but distinct features that I've always appreciated. 1-Depth rating of 100 ATOMS in red on sun-burst dial. 2-The crown at 3 o'clock position, which to me gives the watch an aesthetically balanced look as most later variants have the crown at 4. 3-The case back stamped with "Master" like the dial as opposed to "Professional" on subsequent versions (I'm a sucker for consistency)
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A special watch for a special day! Eid Mubarak / Happy Eid to all family, friends and IG watchfam! 🕌🌙
My 2-year old niece saw this and goes "three smaller watches inside one big watch" You'll do just fine, love! InSha'Allah. 😘👧🏼
Always a pleasure to have people admire/ask about a watch they haven't seen before. The Scubapro 500 'Tuna' is basically a hockey puck that tells time, and does so comfortably by sitting well balanced due its flat behind. They're difficult to track down and I have not come across any info as to how many were produced and for how long. After a year of searching, I fished this out of Netherlands and then found another one two weeks later. Like buses. Incase anyone is looking for one, a stellar example was just listed by a good bloke in NY.