Today’s wrist check is my Aragon Divemaster 3 Model: A337YEL (part 2 of 2)
A continuation from my previous wrist check (yesterday), this is a yellow version of the Divemaster 3 so the specifications are the same.
If you browse through my wrist check posts you will come across two Invicta Grand Diver watches which I bought a long time ago. Although my Casio MDV102-1AV Sea "Marlin" Super Illuminator was kinda my first dive watch, I really didn’t get into dive watches until I picked up these Grand Diver’s....as a pair. Yes, plenty of people hate on Invicta but my two Grand Diver watches were nothing short of great! If you look past the unnecessarily bold branding around the case, the Grand Diver has many of the same features of all the other name brand divers. Features like the SII NH35A movement, 1000ft / 300m of WR, mineral crystal, screw-down crown, exhibition case back, and stainless steel everywhere.
I’ve been selling off some of my watches and had plan to move my two Invicta’s...
My wrist check today is the Aragon Divemaster 3 Model: A337WHT.....it’s also part 1 of 2.
This is one of the newest releases from Aragon Watch (formally Android Watch USA). This NEW Divemaster 3 joins the line-up of Divemaster models offered by this awesome micro brand. My Divemaster 3 is a great looking watch with a solid build, super sharp colors, killer lume, and a reliable movement.
The dual blue and red unidirectional bezel matched with the white dial makes this my first Pepsi style watch and I’m super excited that it’s now in my collection. The dial also sports an orange minute hand, red seconds hand, and a red painted frame with a red arrow pointer dear the date window - all of which adds just the right pop of color.
The dial offers full lume coverage giving it a terrific blue glow as a backdrop against the green lume of the hour markers. All of that sits beneath a beautifully domed K1 crystal….oh my! The movement is the familiar Seiko SII NH35 offering hand winding and...