Up for sale is this beautiful mid-size Zodiac Professional Red Dot 200m.
Ill start with the bad bit(s): the watch has a few hairline scratches (to be expected from a 20-ish year old watch), the back has a couple of deeper scratches and the bracelet has 6 extra links but it can only hold a wrist of up to about 6.5 inches (without taking into consideration the diver extension which improves this quite a lot).
Now, for the good things: the watch is in great working condition and looks great in general.
Case: The case is stainless steel. The diameter without crown is 32-34mm and about 38 with the crown, so its a mid-size watch in todays standards. The condition is pretty decent, as you can see from the pics. All the marks that you see are just surface scratches which can be polished if wanted. Theyre not that visible during wear and they add a bit of character and personality to this really great watch. The bezel works as it should with nice clicks. The case was pressure tested to 5atm but as with any other vintage(ish) watch I wouldn't dive with it (I have the G-Shocks and the divers for that).
Dial: The watch is not that rare but this dial makes it really unique in my opinion. Its gray, but it has tiny black and white specks and luminous hour markers and hands (tritium). Its in fantastic condition, no marks or scratches. The lume is good for a watch this age. Pretty hard to photograph too but looks really great in the flesh. The crystal is scratch free.
Movement: Its a quartz movement. Running great. The crown crews properly, without any issues.
Bracelet: Stainless steel bracelet. Its in pretty good condition with very little to no stretch at all, some minor surface scratches which can be polished very easily if wanted. I have a few extra links (6 full links) but as I said before, it only fits wrists up to 6.5 inches (over 7 if you count the diver extension). The clasp is secure and has a diver extension.
It is a really nice Zodiac, similar to a few other Tags from the 90s.
The price for this Zodiac is 229 USD via normal PayPal (+2.9% please) or PP Gift. Shipping will be extra depending on your location (priority shipping is usually about 25 USD for any international destination).
Lots of feedback on the bay
and on other watch forums (I've got the same username on all of them).
I will let the pics do the talking now. Sorry for any fingerprints, dust marks and reflections.