Whether you’re headed for the boardroom, a dive trip to Bonaire, or an evening out on the town – there’s no reason to break the bank with an overly expensive dive watch. These brands and models are some of the best money can buy. See for yourself…

Seiko Sumo

Seiko Sumo

The Sumo’s looks, build quality, visible craftsmanship and attention to detail makes it one of our top dive watch recommendations.

Seiko Sumo

The Sumo delivers essentially the total package of desired dive watch features and the stainless steel case is revered by many watch collectors as a work of art worthy of much higher-end watches.

Seiko Sumo

Although the priciest watch on this list, you can’t really go wrong buying this watch, you just can’t.

Click out the incomparable Seiko Sumo

Citizen Ecozilla

Citizen Ecozilla

This aptly-named 1/3rd lb. honking beast of a watch comes in at a full 48mm width across, 18mm thick, and boy does it mean business! This attention grabber has a titanium case, 300m depth rating, a full 6mm thick mineral crystal face, 180-day power reserve, and a helium release valve.

Citizen Ecozilla

The lightweight titanium case helps to offset the watch’s large dimensions, making it seem lighter and easier to wear than the size and weight might suggest.

Citizen Ecozilla

The large watch hands and superior blue lume are a diver’s best friend underwater, and a standard diver’s strap extension makes this watch easy to use for those who wear a thick wet or drysuit.  Embrace the beast!

More info on the Citizen Ecozilla


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