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Dievas Vortex Origins Answered  Rating:  Rating
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 Posted: Sat Aug 29th, 2009 06:11 pm
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oagaspar wrote: this is the 3rd Fricker cased watch Anders has made...the Flieger Timer,Aqualuna and now the Vortex and I'm sure it will not be the last time Anders uses Fricker... lookin' forward to the next Dievas creation and possibly the next tactical under Anders sleeve...no pun intended!! yahoo.gif

Did you just say that the Aqualuna has a Fricker-made case?  Wow!  I can say confidently that its build quality is outstanding, but I did not know it was a Fricker diver.

This is info that would certainly be ...motivating... to a good number of potential buyers, I think.

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oagaspar wrote: Hey Jeff...take your camera when you go to visit Anders and get us some pics of the store to drool over Buddy! yourock.gif
Your wish is my command, Oscar! Consider it done, amigo.toon1.gif

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SBD wrote: oagaspar wrote: this is the 3rd Fricker cased watch Anders has made...the Flieger Timer,Aqualuna and now the Vortex and I'm sure it will not be the last time Anders uses Fricker... lookin' forward to the next Dievas creation and possibly the next tactical under Anders sleeve...no pun intended!! yahoo.gif

Did you just say that the Aqualuna has a Fricker-made case?  Wow!  I can say confidently that its build quality is outstanding, but I did not know it was a Fricker diver.

This is info that would certainly be ...motivating... to a good number of potential buyers, I think.

Fricker made the Aqua Luna? No wonder. I'm not surprised at all. Impressive build quality on a hefty profile.yourock.gif

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I'm, impressed and will put in for the next allocation. Already PM.d Anders on it.

Beuatiful designcool10.gif

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anders213 wrote:
Hey guys let's not get carried away. Because of our pricing, I received a lot of enquires/emails. I feel those are very fair questions.

The only reason the Vortex is priced so low is because Dievas works on a very low margin. Not just the Vortex but across the line. It is not that other watches are too expensive but we are selling it too cheap. Our accountant, Kelly, is not too impressed by my business plan. subtlelaugh.gif

Ideally, I would like to price the Dievas watches as competitive as possible, but I can assure you a price increase is inevitable, probably sooner than later. Also I don't know how other manufacturers are pricing their products, but I'm very sure they have a very viable strategy that works for them. I am no business expert and still have a lot to learn in this aspect. ;)


I hope everyone is happy with their new Vortex and there are more surprises coming.

Sincerely,
Dievas Watch Company


Anders,
I for one love your business plan! It is plain and simple, build top quality watches using top quality components and offer top notch customer service!
You do all this very well and still offer an outstanding value!
I for one wish you all the best for years to come!

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I would 2nd that...and only add that I would like to see more styling in the approach of the Flieger-Timer which is one of my favorite watches of all time.  I am kind of "over-supplied" with giant divers at the time and like the more moderate 40mm to 42mm sizes and, as former military (and a licensed pilot) like the retro pilot and military styles.  That said...the quality can't be beat!

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