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Seiko Solar Dive Watch
Seiko is a Japanese watchmaker that has been making watches for over a century. Today it has a vast portfolio to offer.
This watch is a solar-powered dive watch that is tucked away in a 43.5-millimeter stainless steel case, complete with a Hardlex dial window. It has a water resistance of 200 meters.
The bezel of the watch might fade after a certain period of time.
Casio Duro Analog Watch
Casio is one of the pioneers of quartz watches. It makes one model with a thermometer, and another one that can translate 1500 words into English.
It features a one-way rotating bezel and mineral glass on the front for added protection. It has 200-meter water resistance.
Condensation may occur under the crystal. If so, contact the manufacturer to claim warranty.
Citizen Professional Diver Watch
With a revenue of over $2.2 billion, Citizen has emerged as one of the world’s largest producers of watches. It's renowned for its line of Eco-Drive watches.
This is a professional diver's watch that provides top-notch water resistance of 300 meters. It has a mineral dial for added protection.
This is a robust-looking dive watch, but it might be too chunky for some wrists.
Luminox Navy Seal Dive Watch
Luminox is noted for its tritium inserts for long-term luminescence. This company also makes custom watches for several groups, including the US Air Force and US Coast Guard.
This dive watch features a rotating bezel and carbon-reinforced case material, and offers water resistance of up to 200 meters.
It's appointed with a black rubber strap, but it would be nice to be able to swap it for different colors.
Stuhrling Swiss Quartz Dive Watch
Stuhrling is a New York-based company that designs watches that adhere to Swiss standards of watchmaking.
This dive watch has an eye-catching design, a unidirectional ratcheting bezel and a decorated back case.It is water resistant to 200 meters.
It's a little pricey, but it could be discounted on Amazon
Steel with diver's clasp