Discussion in 'Computers, Gauges, Watches and Analyzers' started by slackercruster, Jun 26, 2009.
Prefer one with hands and not digital.
Specifically which features are you interested in?
Some people don't distinguish between a dive watch and a dive computer.
Is a display of NDLs important?
What about current depth reading?
Just time and waterproof.
You may want to check ebay for a Sector watch. They are sport watches and some are water resistant to 200 meters.
Any Seiko Diver's 200m watch will be perfect for this. They make watches that are well-respected by the watch-obsessed, and they're not expensive despite being quite innovative technologically. One particular model was a classic among GIs in Vietnam, and its descendant is still in production today for a little over $100.
Seiko 200m automatic at Watches Seiko Watches Citizen Watches Casio Watches Bulova Watches Fossil Watches Jewelry-Watches Diesel Watches, Men's Watches, Women's Watches for less than $200.
Love it!!! No batteries, no capacitors, no electronic doodads to go wrong. My dive computer has batteries and that's good enough.
If you want to keep it under $50, I really like my Casio:
Amazon.com: Casio Men's Sea Analog Illuminator Dual LED Dive Watch #MDV102-1AV: Casio: Watches
My Momentum is great.
I also have 6 Casios. Love them. All have been great and used for years. I get them here for almost nothing.
I enjoy my citizen. It's Eco-Drive, so you don't have to change batteries and it is 300m... if you ever need it.
I like my Momentum also.
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Ditto the previous Momentum comments. The M1 is a great watch for the price.
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I also interesed in a dive watch for someone. I want only time and depth not a dive computer. Same price range. Thks
Citizen aqualand is good for that range for depth.
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