Question about Sector 450 2653450035 Wrist Watch
I'm planning to go on a diving safari and was wondering if it would be safe to dive with it. Any ideas?
Citizen watches prescribe "300 metres" (990 feet) to be adequate for scuba diving at depths not requiring helium gas. Therefore, there's no guarantee that a "200 metre" watch will survive ordinary scuba diving - I certainly wouldn't risk it beyond 20 metres (66 feet). I think "200 metres" is adequate for what Citizen refers to as 'skin diving' - snorkeling & free diving, I guess.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
My expander 202 went till 42meters with no problem (about 138 feet)
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
Per "Sector" all of their watches are "water resistant to a minimum of 300 feet". Note that they do not say "water proof".
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
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