if one is meaning ISO certified diver's watch.. then I'm thinking the cheapest option is the venerable Seiko SKX
oh d*** it ... I proved myself wrong this is the cheapest ISO on I think $124 on sale right now
Double post - please disregard.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual 114200 (Olive Green) | Vostok Amphibia 120512 | Casio A158W
I love "most afforables" of any kind, be it a (any) true sapphire spec'd watch or as I recently posted. the most affordable 22mm lug "diver". An anecdotally swim proof digital watch may run as low as under €2. Cool in itself and I might just order regardless of anything else, however, analogue (even quartz) seem to be the real challenge here?
Love the Casio suggestion, I've been eyeing it for a while although in Europe it costs about double, affordable US sellers don't ship it here and there is high VAT applicable plus clearing fee. I should have said that I decided to post as I seem to remember having read the MDV106 might not be the right choice for swimming and hot showers. If it in fact know to be swim and shower proof, that's awesome. But can it be undercut?
I like that Citizen as the entry level ISO one. Would it indeed be the most affordable one with that distinction?
Last edited by Dutchie76; January 3rd, 2019 at 05:29.
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"Best watches under €/$20" (I cheated so much I doubled budget)
Always was ok to swim with 50m digital Casio. Never failed on me. Same for 50m Seiko analog quartz.
100m Casio HD probably best WR at lowest price
Next best thing will be this solar 100m WR Casio
It should be special!
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Right after I finished making my own with the white band, another custom white dial w/ blue bezel turns up for sale. It is inexplicable that Casio never made this watch out of the stuff in the parts bin.
And while they're at it, a red bezel with both black and white dials would sell well too.
Green bezel with white dial too.
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