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    Diving Watches: The Best Men's Dive Watches for 2020

    Diving Watches: The Best Men's Dive Watches for 2020

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    Rolex Submariner

    Save your black tie watches and fine jewellery timepieces for superyacht soirees – below the waves something much more high-tech is required. Whether you’re embarking on your first scuba diving course or are a trained pro with a love of free-diving, a fine instrument is a must. But, before you purchase, be sure to read our guide on what makes a good dive watch. Favoured by sports stars, celebrities and fictional spies, the dive watch dominates the market and is the most sough-after piece of arm candy. Whether you’re looking for a top spec, technical dive watch or more fashionable timepiece then we’ve rounded up the best from the cult favourites including Omega, IWC and Rolex.

    Rolex Submariner

    A watch that needs no introduction, the Submariner is arguably the most renowned dive watch in the industry. Whilst it’s not the most technical of the Rolex dive watches it’s one of the most sought after. It launched in 1953 as the first dive watch to be able to reach 100m, there has been little to improve on what has been considered a flawless creation, bar slight nuances in design varying from the date, colour and strap. With its simple black dial, luminous hands and hour markers, and unidirectional dive-time bezel, it is still regarded by many as the quintessential dive watch.

    Case: Steel, 40mm

    Strap: 904L steel

    Movement: Calibre 3135 self-winding

    Complications: Seconds, stop-seconds

    Water resistance: 300 metres

    Prices from: £6,950 | $8,550

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