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Deep Blue Daynight Tritium PC Diver

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Deep Blue Daynight Tritium PC Diver

No matter your EDC setup, chances are a rock-solid dive watch can fit right in. If you’re on the market for a serious watch with wrist presence and a light weight, look no further than Deep Blue’s new Daynight Tritium PC Diver. No stranger to producing capable dive watches, Deep Blue brings tactical flair to their newest watch with a sleek, blacked-out poly carbon case and aggressive timing bezel. One thing that’s even more impressive than the Daynight Tritium PC’s bevy of tritium tubes and distinct design details is its sheer value, as Everyday Carry readers get an exclusive discount on this tactical timepiece.

What sets the Deep Blue Daynight Tritium PC apart from the rest is the ample use of tritium gas tubes for optimum nighttime visibility. Instead of using a luminous paint for the dial and hands (which require light to charge up and only lasts a few hours at best), there are 15 T25 tritium tubes placed throughout the dial, hands, and bezel. At 12 o’clock, you’ll notice an orange tube marker, while the hands, hour markers, and bezel lume pip all feature a green tube. These “always” on luminous tubes are easy to see in dark conditions and the orange highlight at 12 makes the time easy to read with such a prominent reference point. Your watch will glow for up to 25 years without ever having to see daylight for a charge.

The Daynight Tritium PC Diver isn’t just about fancy glowing tubes, the other specs are above and beyond what you’d need in a daily watch. At an impressive 45mm, the case manages to stay light thanks to the durable and impact-resistant poly carbon case. It sits 13mm tall on the wrist with a 51mm lug-to-lug distance. The result is a watch that wears large, but not unwieldy thanks to its reasonable lug-to-lug length and thinner profile. Inside the watch, you’ll find a reliable Swiss-made Ronda 515 quartz movement with date function that will keep on ticking for 45 months without a battery change and keep time to -10/+20 seconds per month. The case is crafted to withstand up to 200m of water resistance, which is more than enough for splashes, hand-washings, and even swimming.

One of the best parts about the Daynight Tritium PC is the price. It starts at only $249, but for a limited time, Everyday Carry readers can score a Daynight Tritium PC at a significant discount. At checkout, use code “edc” for a final price of $149. You’d be hard-pressed to find another watch that’ll take a beating like the Daynight Tritium PC in this price range.

Buy: $149 with code "edc"

This is a sponsored post presented by Deep Blue Watches.

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Gary Gross ·
Ordered. Thanks for making the discount available!
AG ·
Picked up one of these earlier this spring to replace a Luminox 3001.BO. So far, I love the incredibly bright tritium tubes - I don't know if my Lumi tubes had dulled with time or if these are a stronger version, but these are quite bright and clearly visible in any conditions. The watch is very solidly-built and i would expect it to be quite durable. The finish quality is excellent, particularly considering the price.
My only areas for improvement would be
(1) the bezel is too busy with arrows - there should only be one pointer, the other markers should be dots or lines to differentiate. Although illuminated with tritium, in anything other than pitch dark this is actually the LEAST visible marker.
(2) although I love the face size, the shape of the watch (particularly the bezel) is very "square shouldered", making it bulky and easy to catch on clothing. The bezel on my Luminox (and, in fact most of my other watches) is angled/tapered, and this significantly reduces the bulk.
AG ·
Picked up one of these earlier this spring to replace a Luminox 3001.BO. So far, I love the incredibly bright tritium tubes - I don't know if my Lumi tubes had dulled with time or if these are a stronger version, but these are quite bright and clearly visible in any conditions. The watch is very solidly-built and i would expect it to be quite durable. The finish quality is excellent, particularly considering the price.
My only areas for improvement would be
(1) the bezel is too busy with arrows - there should only be one pointer, the other markers should be dots or lines to differentiate. Although illuminated with tritium, in anything other than pitch dark this is actually the LEAST visible marker.
(2) although I love the face size, the shape of the watch (particularly the bezel) is very "square shouldered", making it bulky and easy to catch on clothing. The bezel on my Luminox (and, in fact most of my other watches) is angled/tapered, and this significantly reduces the bulk.
Micheal ·
How tough is the poly carbon case ? I’ve got one ordered with the stealth bezel to add to the two Deep Blue watches I already have. I’ve been very happy with the quality and time keeping is pretty good at +\- ten seconds a month , they are automatic.
AG ·
I've had a poly carbonate Luminox 3001 since 2012. I was initially concerned about the durability of the case, but it turned out to be unfounded - after 9 years of wear the case looks almost new. I'm hoping that the DB turns out to be similar.