<b>Rolex</b> Deepsea Sea-Dweller in Oystersteel with a Cerachrom bezel and Oyster bracelet, 44mm.

Dive Watches to Keep You On Time All Summer Long

Dive in.

A proper watch collection is not complete without at least one dive watch, often viewed as the archetypal sports watch. Originally they were, obviously, used by divers to calculate the time spent underwater. Technically, a dive watch has a minimum water depth rating of 100 metres, features a rotating bezel, and has luminous hands and indices for easy readability, especially in dark water. Dive watches are available from every corner of the industry and range from the affordable to the decidedly decadent. Whether you intend to use one of these watches for actually diving or just for splashing around in a pool, why not take the plunge and sport a diver on your wrist this summer.

 

Louis Vuitton Tambour Street Diver Chronograph in Skyline Blue, 46mm.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep on a rubber strap, 45.5mm.

Tudor Pelagos FXD in titanium with fabric strap, 42mm.

 

Photographer’s assistance by Ian Perch.

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