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FSOT Steeldive SD 1978 Emperor Tuna

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FSOT Steeldive SD 1978 Emperor Tuna

watch.source.namePosted by boa49 in forums.watchuseek.com
$210

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For sale or trade is my excellent condition Emperor tuna. It comes on the pictured engineer bracelet with all links and factory case. I really like it but it is a touch large. I am asking $210 obro via PayPal and ship USPS priority mail to the US only.

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This is the "Emperor Tuna" for those who think the normal one just doesn't cut the mustard when it comes to size with a huge 53.6mm case and 17.85mm thickness.
It’s a very big watch - though the relatively short lug to lug width means it’s not impractically so - and people either love ‘em or hate ‘em. It’s ironic a watch that looks like a can of tuna should be such a “Marmite” timepiece.
Watch Specification
Model: SD1975
Movement: Japan NH35 automatic, 41 hours of energy storage.
Case material: 316L stainless steel
Case back: 316L stainless steel
Bezel: 120 clicks unidirect rotational ceramic bezel
Watch mirror: sapphire crystal with AR coating.
Water resistance: 1000m / 100 ATM
Luminous: Swiss C3 green and BGW9 blue super luminous.
Crown: Screwdown Crown
Case back: Monoblock Case
Watch Dimension
Case diameter: 53.6mm ( without crown)
Case length: 53.6mm (lug to lug)
Case thickness: 17.85mm
Lug width: 22mm


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