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Due to the fact that the development of most early dive watches was heavily influenced, or even directly initiated, by armed services around the world, it is no surprise that a large number of these watches were in fact used and issued by them as well. It did, however, come as a surprise to us […]
Depending on where you plan on diving, chances are that you will wear a wetsuit or, in some cases, even a dry suit. Both increase your wrist size substantially, which is why a dive watch usually features a deployment clasp with a divers’ extension, or even comes with an extra strap piece that can be attached to the […]
Doxa, the Swiss watch company that introduced the world to the first orange-dialed divers watch, is auctioning five limited-edition models of its Doxa Sub 1200T, each one personally worn by diving legend Jean-Michel Cousteau. Profits from the auctions, which began this week on eBay, will benefit Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society. Each Doxa Sub 1200T watch, […]
WatchTime’s latest iPad-exclusive special issue is now available. Download the WatchTime app to read the WatchTime E-Special: Dive-Watch Double Feature, which collects two past WatchTime stories reviewing a total of seven divers’ watches. Each watch was tested underwater by professional divers, and assessed for their comfort, legibility, and ease of use. The first story compares […]
Dear WatchTime readers, thank you very much for continuing to send us photos of yourselves wearing your favorite watches in all kinds of interesting places and situations! Here are some of the latest we’ve received. If you’d like to see yourself and your timepiece here, email us a high-res photo, along with a descriptive caption, […]
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