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Take 40% Off This All-Black Automatic Dive Watch

A black PVD version of a watch made famous by Richard Dreyfuss in Jaws, this limited edition of just 50 pieces is currently on sale for $527.


It’s mid-February — dark, gloomy and extra-long this year. You long for the beach, for sunshine, for the ocean, but you’re not going to get it for, well…like, four-plus months. Le sigh.

But you can get this cool, blacked-out Alsta Nautoscaph III dive watch for 40% off, so not everything in life is terrible! And why would you want a dive watch now, in the midst of gloomy February? So that you’d have something to look forward to, that’s why! The all-black steel case and matching leather strap should meld well with your mood (I may be projecting, but whatever), and then all of a sudden: bang! It’s summer, and you’ve got the most badass dive watch of all your friends.

The Nautoscaph III features 40mm case inspired by vintage skin divers from the ’60s and ’70s; Super-LumiNova-coated indices for maximum brightness; the NH35 automatic movement with 41 hours of power reserve; a hardened mineral crystal; and 300m of water resistance. These are serious dive watch specs, but the best part is that you don’t have to fork over serious coin to get them: Today, you can take 40% off the MSRP on this limited edition and nab the Nautoscaph for just $527, a 40% off the original list price of $879.

Buy Now: $879 $527

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