It can be said with certainly that some people love chunky dive watches,however others like a slimmer option that still evokes a trip to Nassau in the 60s.Frankly speaking, this Oris diver has funky numerals, a discrete date window at six o'clock and a period-appropriate Tropic-style rubber strap.
Probably, you don't think of Japan when you think of bomb-proof dive watches, but Seiko's been making them for 50 years. To commemorate the anniversary, the watchmaker released a number of special editions, and this is our favorite. It's rated to resist water pressure at 300 meters (deeper than even most pro divers go), comes on an comfortable bracelet in the extreme, and doesn't look a bit like its Swiss cousins. That it's limited to only 1,000 pieces is the cherry on top. $2,500
As a matter of fact,Seiko makes value-for-money watches is famous. However amongst all of Seiko’s watches, which offers the most bang for buck? From my point of view, it is the Seiko Prospex Scuba diver, or more normally known simply as the “Sumo.” Unluckily, the Sumo is a JDM only model, which means that when it is to find with a wet finger and buy online conveniently, it is not to come across at brick and mortar shops with ease.
Zach P. is the winner to learn how to dive after winning our December 2014 holiday giveaway. Below is his account of the learn to dive adventure and his experience doing so while wearing Oris watches.It almost goes without saying that getting offered the chance to get certified and go diving in one of the world’s foremost dive sites and the amazing folks at Oris was a singular haymaker of an opportunity to combine two personal passions in one epic trip — one that certainly did not disappoint.