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I know nothing about Deep Blue or Ocean 7 but I saw a Ocean 7 LM6 and it has the exact same dial as the Deep Blue Master 2000 anyone know whether one or the other companies are copying each other or if they are both borrowing from a previous watch? Also any oppinions about deep blue vs ocean 7 as far as preferences for either brand? __________________ Lift while you climb. 3 Lastest Threads by Pers Thread Forum Last Poster Replies Views Last Post #2 Today, 09:51 AM Senior Member Super Geek

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  • Pers Senior Member Senior Geek

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    Deep Blue vs Ocean 7

    I know nothing about Deep Blue or Ocean 7 but I saw a Ocean 7 LM6 and it has the exact

    same dial as the Deep Blue Master 2000 anyone know whether one or the other companies

    are copying each other or if they are both borrowing from a previous watch? Also any

    oppinions about deep blue vs ocean 7 as far as preferences for either brand? __________________

    Lift while you climb.

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    Master 2000 Deep Blue mdhorner 1 2 08-19-2010 02:20 PM

    Deep Blue vs Ocean 7 Deep Blue OneMoreTime 19 148 08-19-2010 09:08 AM

    Vacation NFW Watches soberdave09 10 111 08-17-2010 10:42 PM

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    mdhorner Senior Member Super Geek

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    never owned or seen an ocean7 in person, but they are sweet! Have 1 DB2000 and another

    one on the way, and can say that I am stunned by how awesome this timepiece is.

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    the B Senior Member

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    have never seen one got a pic.

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    MATTNATTI Senior Member Super Geek

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    Quote:

    Originally Posted by mdhorner

    never owned or seen an ocean7 in person, but they are sweet! Have 1 DB2000 and

  • another one on the way, and can say that I am stunned by how awesome this timepiece is.

    Same as what michael said but I own six db and they are all fantastic quality.

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    you can't go wrong either way.i own 2 ocean7's & 4 Deep Blues.there both great

    watches

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    desert rex Senior Member Veteran Geek

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    If its not broke don't fix it.I'd go with the Deep Blue myself

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    Pers Senior Member Senior Geek

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    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Pers

    I know nothing about Deep Blue or Ocean 7 but I saw a Ocean 7 LM6 and it has the exact same dial as the Deep Blue Master 2000 anyone know whether one or the other companies

    are copying each other or if they are both borrowing from a previous watch? Also any

    oppinions about deep blue vs ocean 7 as far as preferences for either brand?

    Back to the original question on the dials though does anyone know if one brand is copying

    the other on this or if it is borrowed from another company??

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    Probably sourcing all the cases, hands and bracelets etc...from one source. Then just

    chaning up the dials. There are a few other companies out there that very simialar to DB's, but not as afforable.

    IMO

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    Form a look at the dive watches on the O 7 site I wouldn't be supprised if they all came from the same factory.

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    MATTNATTI Senior Member Super Geek

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    Well said hogan, I have looked at many divers that have similar designs but just change small thing up to make different for there brand.

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    Well said hogan, I have looked at many divers that have similar designs but just change

    small thing up to make different for there brand.

    of the batch, DB is the best value, i've even seen one company use same case and put same

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    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Pers

    Back to the original question on the dials though does anyone know if one brand is copying

    the other on this or if it is borrowed from another company??

    does it really matter that much.if that watch sings to you,then buy it.like i said

    before both are very good dive watches.

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    does it really matter that much.if that watch sings to you,then buy it.like i said before both are very good dive watches.

    Exactly Dave! They might be similar but not the same, also

    alot of dive watches have that same look and markings.

    The DB is a good bit larger than the Ocean7.

    They are both killer pieces, thats for sure!

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    Watchaholic329 Senior Member

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    I own five DB and will be ordering three more as soon as they are available. Quality and

    customer service are #1 with Deep Blue, because you are dealing with STAN.

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  • I own both in question. They are similar but not the same. The first thing is the date window,

    db is at 3 o'clock and O7 at 6 o'clock. The thickness of the hour markers are also noticeably

    different. More differences including lume, DB wins this one by a long shot. But as Strutn45 says you can't go wrong with either they are both great watches.

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