Six of the Latest Swiss Dive Watches

SEPTEMBER 04, 2014

Though summer is drawing to a close in the Northern Hemisphere, warm weather and warm waters south of the equator beckon recreational divers seeking to extend their summer adventures. And a capable dive watch is an essential accoutrement for both novice and experienced divers. The latest dive watches from some of the top Swiss brands are rugged, able to withstand crushing depths and underwater impacts. But beyond their durability, they also convey a sense of adventure, with advanced features and design elements that can transport the imagination to tropical locales and the ocean’s depths. Whether worn for form or function, these highly specialized timepieces admirably signal the wearer’s taste for technical savvy and a desire to explore. 

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