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Nowadays, dive computers are the norm as they give a range of important information to keep divers safe, but a mechanical divers’ watch is a great back up in the event a dive computer fails. The look of a divers’ watch is also very special and lets everyone know that you are a real-deal adventurer of the sea.
If you are planning on taking a timepiece diving, look for one that has a depth rating of at least 100 meters (330 feet), and preferably more if you are going deep. Read the low-down on water-resistance here. For those who don’t want to take any chances, here are 10 of the most serious mechanical divers’ watches on the market today.
https://www.thewatchpages.com/10-dive-w ... dive-with/
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