I just bought a Casio G-shock DW6900 for my diving adventures, and now, I'm looking to buy another nicer, pricier watch. I used to have a nautica watch before, but somewhat stole it. I don't remember the size, but it wasn't too big, wasn't too small, and it was round. I like to have something that I can wear on both casual and more formal occasions. It MUST BE 200m water resistant, as I MIGHT take it on diving on some occasions (when I forget to take my casio watch), take it with me to shower, in the pool, etc. I want something that is durable as well, as I tend to hit my wrist to doors from time to time. I bit of a sporty look would be nice as well. Oh, and round.
I couple of brands that I've looked and liked are TISSOT (I really love the t-touch series, although I feel I'll be paying for features which I would barely use and 75% of them are not accurate), CITIZEN (love the Ecodrive function), and I've heard that REACTOR is a really good brand as well, although I'm open to other brands as well.
Other than that, which one's better: titanium or stainless steel? I heard ti is lighter and more durable. True? Then why would anyone buy stainless steel?