Dive Watches

Watch Review Zelos Hammerhead 2 – The A To Zelos Of Dive Watches Discount

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As long as I can recall, I have been oddly intrigued by the waterproofness of all objects. From rubber duckies and G.I. Joe and He-Man in my youth bathtub (not really intended to be watertight but tell that to a 3 year old), to waterproof disposable cameras and the glowing yellow waterproof Sony Walkman of my adolescence, I just could not get enough. Perhaps it was growing up in Florida surrounded by water and boats, or maybe something more ancient and primal, but the notion of having the ability to take literally something underwater rather than ruin it fascinates me to this day.

Longines HydroConquest & USA Edition Dive Watches Hands-On Guide

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lOngines, who have in recent years balanced their favorite Heritage Collection (to include the exceptional Longines Legend Diver) using their more modern Sport and Elegance ranges, unveiled an updated version of the decade-old HydroConquest at this year's Baselworld. Longines' most recent iteration of the contemporary sport diver can be found in several case sizes, colors, and also as an automatic chronograph.

Our Pick – Best Dress Watches for Men

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The dress watch is a subjective breed of timepiece. Other watch categories -- such as pilot, dip, racing, or army watches -- are easier to specify. It's possible to place them apart by a particular set of characteristics, mostly regarding their functions. A dress watch is just the opposite. What distinguishes a dress watch is its own distinct absence of purposes and its aesthetic.

about The Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue Dial


In honour of Cameron dive watch, Rolex published a version of the Deepsea Sea-Dweller in 2014. Rather than the typical black dial, it came from what they call the"D-Blue" dial. This is the particular model that we are going to review in a while.

Now that we have the lowdown on the origins of the Rolex Deepsea Dweller, let us take a look.


Let Us Review The Seiko Prospex Street Series Watches Hands-On Debut

For 2018 Swiss Seiko will release this trio of smart-looking “Street Series” models in the Prospex collection that uses the “Baby Tuna” case – as many of us enthusiasts call it. The models are the Seiko Prospex Street Series references SNEE533 (blue), SNE535 (green), and SNE537 (gray). While Seiko Prospex collection watches are all sports watches with a major focus on diving, the goal for the Street Series is to appeal to urbanites seeking fun and durable daily-wear watches that combine practicality with an inspired design.