As the thread title suggests, I am quite torn between two dive watches:
(1) Citizen BN0000-04H (eco-drive tech)
(2) Precista PRS 18Q (battery life ~10 years)
Both have long-lasting "quartz" batteries, and are similar in size. I realize this comparison may venture into the realm of the uninteresting since neither of the above are automatics and thus there can be no significant comparison of movements. However, I am actively seeking a quartz watch rather than a mechanical for its "grab and go" convenience, and slightly greater durability.
My interest lies primarily in how these watches wear. I have a thin, bony wrist (~6 in), and was drawn to these watches initially due to their relatively small diameters (at least, compared to the behemoths offered by Deep Blue and such). Would anyone with prior experience with one of these watches tell me if it wears comfortably, whether it is excessively bulky, and/or the most comfortable straps to use with dive watches? (Sorry for my ignorance, and thanks for your time.) If it helps, the watch I wear currently is a Hamilton Khaki King, and at about 40mm in diameter (excluding crown), that approximate size is really as large as I am comfortable wearing.
Also, I'd welcome any recommendations for smaller dive watches, i.e. with diameters (excluding crown) <40mm.