Four Hot New Dive Watches | Scuba Diving

Four Hot New Dive Watches

ScubaLab's guide to four new dive watches. Check out the latest dive-centric time pieces from Seiko, Citizen and Oris.

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Check out the four of the latest dive watches.

Courtesy Oris, Seiko, Citizen

Seiko Prospex SRPA83

Price $795 | Contact seikousa.com

Seiko Prospex SRPA83 dive watch

Seiko Prospex SRPA83
This special PADI-edition dive watch was designed with scuba divers in mind.

Courtesy Seiko

This special PADI-edition watch was designed with scuba divers in mind. The wide luminous hands and markers are easy to read at depth, and the one-way rotating bezel features deep grooves that make it easy to operate, even with gloves. The blue-and-red-colored dive watch is depth-rated to over 650 feet.

Seiko Prospex SRPB55

Price $525 | Contact seikousa.com

Seiko Prospex SRPB55 dive watch

Seiko Prospex SRPB55
This dive watch features a rotating bezel with yellow highlights and luminous markings.

Courtesy Seiko

Water-resistant to more than 650 feet, the Automatic Diver has a black-ion stainless-steel case and a rotating bezel with yellow highlights. For easy reading underwater, the hands and markers have been treated with an eco-friendly luminous paint.

Citizen Promaster Diver BN0191-55L

Price $395 | Contact citizenwatch.com

Citizen Promaster Diver BN0191-55L dive watch

Citizen Promaster Diver BN0191-55L
This dive watch uses light as its sole power source.

Courtesy Citizen

ISO-compliant and depth-rated to 660 feet, this watch is made of stainless steel with an azure blue dial and a matching unidirectional bezel. It uses light as its sole power source, so you won’t ever have to open it up to change a battery.

Oris Aquis Hammerhead Limited Edition

Price $2,550 (rubber strap), $2,750 (stainless steel bracelet) | Contact oris.ch

Oris Aquis Hammerhead Limited Edition dive watch

Oris Aquis Hammerhead Limited Edition
A portion of the profits for this dive watch go to the nonprofit Pelagios Kakunjá.

Courtesy Oris

Depth-rated to over 1,600 feet, this stainless-steel watch looks as sleek as its namesake. The bezel is inlaid with black ceramic and features luminous markings, and the sapphire crystal has an anti-reflective coating. A portion of the profits goes to the nonprofit Pelagios Kakunjá.


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