In this article on divers’ watches, we take a look at what is probably the most distinctive element of a dive watch: the rotating bezel.
If you are a regular reader of WatchTime’s “Dive Watch Wednesdays,” you will probably remember one of our blog posts in which we revealed our personal “Top 5 Most Wanted” list of dive watch models currently produced. The good news is, recently, this list theoretically got one watch shorter. The bad news? That open spot
We take a look at seven “extreme” dive watches – including the Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea D-Blue Edition; Breitling’s Superocean Chronograph M2000 and the UTS 4000M Professional Diver – and what sets them apart from the pack.
10 dive watches from lesser known brands, including Aegir Instruments, Aquadive and UTS München, that are worth checking out, covering a wide range of prices and specs.
In another installment in our series on the basics of divers’ watches, Diveintowatches.com explains why some dive watches have built-in helium-release valves and why others don’t. We also explain why each type is perfectly OK, depending on the type of diving you do. Comparing “diving” as most people know it to “saturation diving” is a
Hamilton Watch Co., has reached into its archives to create the Hamilton Khaki Navy Frogman — a professional-grade divers’ watch that not only references the brand’s history as a provider of watches for the United States Navy but also its very first appearance in the movies.