Re. The discussion about getting dive watches wet. My 2p
If I had a watch which cost in excess of £2000 I would not be diving with it (Seamasters are double that). I couldn’t afford to lose it in the sea. I have dive watches which I have used in the sea - max value around £400. That is an acceptable loss albeit I wouldn’t be happy.
I had a Zenith Defy which I put in a pint of beer one night - no issues to either the watch or the beer but there was no chance of losing it.
I have a Moonwatch and it’s unlikely I will have it on the moon. It was a present from my wife and I look after it and can’t wear it every day due to the nature of my job. Had she bought me a different watch, I would still look after it - ie not wear it every day.
I think it is common sense. Perhaps if I was a millionaire, I wouldn’t care about the cost but the one with sentimental value would still be kept safe - dive watch or not.
Some really nice watches on show today - good Friday!