This one needs no introduction-- the Halios Seaforth III in pastel blue, with black sapphire bezel.

It's a catch-and-release for me. I took it in trade and, while I'm absolutely blown away by the watch, my watch fund needs to be replenished. I feel honored to have owned it for a week-- it is just so attractive and perfectly designed.

Specs (in case you don't know):
Up for sale is a Halios Seaforth

Dial: Pastel Blue | Color-matched date
LUG-TO-LUG: 48mm
THICKNESS: 12mm (including crystal)
BEZEL: Black sapphire, 60-minute bezel diver bezel with 120 clicks, functioning perfectly
CALIBRE: ETA2824-2 automatic movement
CRYSTAL: Sapphire, double-domed with anti-reflective coating

The condition is amazing. I have to look really hard to find any scratches or marks, even on the polished bezel edges. Straps are in near-new condition, too. Again, you have to look hard to see any signs of wear.
I've not timed the watch, and I've only worn it for a few hours, so I can't *accurately* speak to accuracy, but I've not seen anything to indicate it's out of spec.

Comes with the rubber and canvas strap and color matched watch jacket.

I'm asking $825, shipped via USPS priority mail in the U.S., with payment through PayPal (fees included). International requests contact me to see if we can work something out.

Sorry about the bad cell phone pics, but I think you probably know what the watch looks like (the side case pics are with a forced flash to show the lack of scratches.)

Thanks for looking!