I am still in search for a new diver tool watch and since you all helped me steer away from the JLC vintage deep sea as an actual diver watch, I now have my eyes on this JeanRichard Diverscope. I cannot find too much online about this or even any used ones for sale??? Only new and they seem to have everything you could want in a diving watch. The vulcanized rubber coated steel looks very unique as well. Does anyone have any wrist shots and feedback for these models? I like the off white color which looks like the entire dial is superluminova but they call it lime blossom??
IDK, looks cream to me.
...this watch in particular, but have owned JeanRichards before (including currently) and love them. I think they're a sister company of Girard Perregaux that use mostly ETA movements. Anyway, reliable watches (mine have taken some beating and have always come through ticking). I actually like some of their TV Screen Diverscopes, but if you're going to really be diving (unlike 95% of those with diving watches), the JR1000 may be your best bet.