Aragon Bioluminescence Automatic Watch
Aragon Bioluminescence Automatic Watch
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In the world of dive watches, lume plays a key role in legibility. If you thought Aragon watches made a statement before, just take a look at their latest model to see how they’re pushing the limits of legibility even further Read More

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Twillz1
57
Sep 15, 2020
First the good: the display back is well done, the watch has gained 15 seconds in the three days I've been wearing it, (acceptable at this price point) and the red accents work well with the orange dial I purchased. Now the bad: the plain dial could use something to add panache, (guilloche, perhaps?) the bracelet could be a bit more supple, and the clasp gives me the impression that it will loosen too quickly. I also wish the lume reacted better to light. Now for my biggest complaint: I ordered the 50mm in orange, but I received the 44mm. This is probably because my two choices were 046ORG and 047ORG. I was left to guess which number corresponded with the larger watch. My assumption that the larger number would correspond with the larger watch was wrong, apparently. My options are to complain and go through the hassle of a return, or, realizing that the 44mm is heavier than expected, keep the 44 because the 50 might be too heavy on the wrist. Sigh...the Fox and the Grapes.
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All told, this watch could easily be a great entry point for someone wanting their first diver. (FYI, I charged the lume with a flashlight before I snapped the photo.)
Moxiemike
0
Sep 7, 2020
I just received my Aragon yesterday (6 September 2020), and it seems to be having a few issues. It is running very fast, it has gained 40min over the course of 12.5 hours. The oscillating wheel also appears to have a short swing, somewhere around 90 degrees. I suspect these watches shouldn't need a service when they're brand new. Is anyone else having issues?
Moxiemike
0
Sep 7, 2020
Update: A few hours later I noticed the oscillating wheel has a much better swing. I reset the watch to the correct time and now, 30 minutes later, it does not seem to have gained any time. Maybe this particular watch needed a day to loosen up.
silard_a
8
Aug 13, 2020
with watch as heavy like Aragon you need no diving weights. The watch takes you to the bottom in no time! Or if you are a desk driver you always can work on your 💪! :)))
BenTWP
104
Aug 13, 2020
Man, how are you supposed to read this thing? Next time make it more legible, guys. Maybe add a little more lume while you're at it.
jpkettley
1
Aug 10, 2020
If I want to have the BLUE 50mm do I order the AO47BLU?? The description of AO46 vs. AO47 is not very good.
Hewitt29
1196
Aug 10, 2020
That’s a chunky little fella ! Bet that bracelet gonna light up like a Xmas tree 🌲
Hey, Massdrop... With Aragon watches you **REALLY** need to list the weight in the specs. They tend to be VERY heavy and folks should know before buying one.
beanerds2
119
Aug 10, 2020
True , but my 4 are between 220 and 250 gms ,, but I like chunky
dhelteme
7
Aug 7, 2020
Wow, this one is blingy, you have to be super confident to wear something like this
RayF
22312
Aug 7, 2020
Might wear one around the house, but in the ocean? I'm sure that much lume would attract the attention of the Great Kraken (they hate lume), and that would certainly ruin your day, wouldn't it? Yes it would. Just something to consider...
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beanerds2
119
Aug 7, 2020
I have 4 Aragons and they are all very solid well made watches , easily on par with my Seiko
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divers ,,,, for 1/3 the price , pity I have just rego'd my bike for 12 months and the car is due next week ,,,,,
andrea_t
59
Aug 9, 2020
Yeh they are pretty hideous
beanerds2
119
Aug 10, 2020
Nobody's twisting your arm to buy one mate ! enough ok .
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