The Deep Blue Master Chrono 7750

Over the past decade, Deep Blue has made a name for itself by offering professional-grade diving watches at accessible price points. The brand’s latest addition is the Master Chrono 7750, which was added to the brand’s lineup to celebrate its 10-year anniversary in 2017.The Deep Blue Master Chrono 7750

Inside the 45-mm case is the hearty Valjoux 7750 Swiss chronograph movement. It functions like a traditional chronograph with a 12 hour counter at 6 o’clock, a 30 minute counter at 12 o’clock, and a running seconds at 9 o’clock, plus a day/date indicator at 3 o’clock. The watch is water resistant to 1,000 meters, meaning it can accompany you on your most intense underwater adventures.The Deep Blue Master Chrono 7750

Other necessary features that distinguish this from other divers’ watches in the price range include the recessed helium release valve, the scratch-resistant and luminous ceramic bezel, screw-down crown and pushers, and SuperLuminova-coated hour indices, hands, and subdial hands.The Deep Blue Master Chrono 7750

The Deep Blue Master Chrono 7750 is limited to 1,000 total pieces, available in a variety of colors, and costs $1,699.The Deep Blue Master Chrono 7750

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  1. Kjell Lofstrom

    1000 pcs made deep blue master 7750. How many where blue/white?

  2. I bought the white one. The 1699.00 price is MSRP. I paid slightly more than 800.00 with a Deep Blue discount code. This is a fantastic watch. Super bright lume, watertightness, sapphire crystal and ceramic bezel. Deep Blue makes a quality product at a reasonable price. I don’t understand the previous comment about the Valjoux 7750 movement being old. Compaired to what, the Sellita SW500?

  3. Jay luciani

    Glad to see you do a review of Deep Blue. I am a fan of dive watches and have never been disappointed with divers that I have purchased from the Deep Blue brand. Swiss automatic models have been great bang for buck.

  4. Rich Salemi

    Totally over priced for a non Swiss made watch with a very old movement. Thank you (For the record, I do own several Deep Blue watches)

    • Ross Ness

      The watch goes for a little more than 800.00 USD. The 7750 movement is old? Campaired to what, the Sellita SW500?

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