There are plenty of dive watches "higher" than a BP FF.
Stowa Prodiver Black
Seiko 7549-7009 Golden Tuna 600m
I'll play....how bout the Omega Ploprof???
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| Precista PRS3 |Seiko PVD BFK | Casio Riseman | Wittau 7750 | 1940's Bulova Tank | Orient Black Mako | Marvin Handwind | Lyndon AutoChrono | 40's Movado Bumper | 60's Benrus Auto | Hamilton 4992B WWII Issued PW |They are alive, because they are the physical shape of the action of a living power—of the mind that had been able to grasp the whole of this complexity, to set its purpose, to give it form… they are alive, but their soul operates them by remote control. Their soul is in every man who has a capacity equal to this achievement. Should the soul vanish from the earth, the motors would stop because that is the force which keeps them going - not the oil ...- not the steel cylinders that would have become spots of rust on the walls of the caves of shivering savages- the power of a living mind, the power of thought and choice and purpose.
In no particular order:
- Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver
- Blancpain Fifty-Fathoms Sport
- Chopard Pro One
Honorable Mentions - Contemporary:
- Glashutte Original Sport Evolution Panodate
- Rolex Submariner/Sea-Dweller (in various incarnations)
- Omega Planet Ocean (prefer 42mm, but 45mm will do in a pinch...)
- Jaeger-LeCoultre Deep Sea Alarm
- Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris
Honorable Mentions - Vintage:
- Omega Seamaster 300
Contemporary: AP Royal Oak Offshore Diver ref. 15703, AP Royal Oak Offshore Forged Carbon Diver ref. 15706, AP Royal Oak "Jumbo" ref. 15202, IWC Aquatimer 2000 ref. 3538, IWC Aquatimer Chrono "Galapagos" ref. 3767, IWC Ingenieur ref. 3227-01, IWC Top Gun Big Pilot Perpetual Calendar ref. 5029, JLC Navy SEALs Diving Alarm Incursion, JLC Tribute to 1931 Reverso US Edition, Panerai PAM 372, Rolex Submariner 16800 matte-dial, Seiko SSC021, Sinn 142St PVD
Vintage: Doxa, Omega Seamaster DeVille (2), Tudor Submariner 9411/0 "Blue Snowflake", Benrus/Bulova/Elgin
G-Shock: DW-5600BB-1ER "Basic Black", DW-6900MT-7ER "Be@rbrick", DW-6900CL-4CR "Clot", DW-6900KR-8JR "Krink", DW-6900FS "Ultraseven 45th Anniversary", DW-9100BJ-2A "Riseman", GA-110DR-1A "Dee and Ricky", GA-111DR-7A "Dee and Ricky", GDF-100BB "Basic Black", GLX-150-4DR "G-Lide", GT-000 "G-Cool", GW-5000-1JF "Origins", GWM-5600TH-1 "The Hundreds", GXW-56-3JF "Khaki Green", GXW-56-4JF "Orange King"
It looks like you can be only stylish if you pay big bucks....4-5 digits at least...otherwise, nice watch No style...or so it seems...
I OBJECT....I always thought that the Bathys Benthic is very stylish...unfortunately, I sold it...and what about the Dievas?
Doxa | Tudor | Fortis | UTS | Sinn | Benarus
My Vote is for the Submariner.
Stylish is all very subjective.
I agree with most of whats posted already.
I'd like to add some of my faves. Unique and styling.
Seiko Tuna, SD600m, Omega Seamaster 1200m, Aquadive/Jenny Caribbean, Linde Werdelin
For the naysayer, Seiko MM is iconic, very stylish IMO.
Many Seiko's in general, FTW.
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