Up for sale is a Prometheus (now Borealis, I believe) Jellyfish. This is a cool auto diver with tritium tubes. Though the watch was released a number of years ago, the tubes are still glowing nicely--not nearly as brightly as, say, BGW9 fully charged, but it's constant through the whole night. And it's easy to read in darkness. I like the watch, especially for a summertime/beach option, but as I'm getting a new yellow watch any day now, I don't think I'll have room in my collection for both. So up this one goes.
316L stainless steel case
316L stainless steel bracelet with screw links
case size: 43 mm width
lug width: 22 mm
signed screw down crown
water resistance: 300 meters or 30 ATM
sapphire glass with anti-reflective coating inside
unidirectional external bezel with 120 clicks and tritium T25 tube marker at 0 dial with 12 pieces of tritium T25 tubes
watch hands with 3 pieces of tritium T25 tubes (hours, minutes and seconds)
Seiko automatic movement NE15A Japanese Made (Seiko 6R15 movement)
My copy is in particularly good condition considering its age. There are a few nicks on the bezel insert at about the 5 minute mark (see the pics), a few small scratches on the case, and a few on the bracelet, but they're very minor. See the pics.
I've not timed the watch for accuracy, and I'm not the original owner and don't know any service history, but the last time I wore the watch (this summer) it was running within spec. YMMV.
The watch comes with the bracelet, but I can't find any extra links. I'm going to guess that it will fit about a 6.25-6.5" wrist as-is, but if you use the diver's extension you can probably get up to 7".
No box or papers.
I'm asking $265 OBRO, shipped within the U.S. via USPS Priority Mail, and with payment via PayPal. I have great feedback; I hope you do too.
Thanks for looking! Onto the pics!
(The first set was taken today to show condition; the second set are "beauty" shots taken in September.