Let’s not forget that the Pradata has an AR coated sapphire crystal, and the Miyota 9015 movement. There is no need to go into the movement and its accuracy, etc., as the 9015 has become pretty standard in many micro brands these days, and I have reviewed many watches using it. With good reason, the 9015 proved itself to be smooth and durable.
I know this review has come across as I am singing the praises of Obris Morgan, and there is a good reason. I am. I am always astounded as to how they can build a watch of this quality for the price. There are a lot of nice watches out there under $300, however, many do not come with sapphire crystal, an auto movement, great lume, and a case that was designed in house. The Pradata also comes shipped in a pelican style dive case, with polishing cloth and a zulu strap. If you are looking for that rugged and well built dive watch, and are on a budget, or even if not on a budget, and just love the look and design, I highly recommend the Obris Morgan Pradata.
The Pradata comes in black and blue dials, with a choice of PVD, Blasted and Brushe finishes. As of this writing, some variations might be sold out, though the version reviewed here is still in stock.
Thank you to Obris Morgan for providing the Pradata for review. I honestly can not wait to see what their next release will be, as I have no doubt it will be another quality, affordable timepiece. (Well, I hope it will be anyways).
Thank you for reading. I look forward to your comments below.