Style and Adventure: Best Dive Watches of 2019

Omega Seamaster

So, you love to go scuba diving? If that’s the case, you should include a stylish and practical dive watch in your diving gear. A dive watch is specially built to withstand underwater pressure. It also keeps illuminated time, monitors elapsed dive time using a rotating bezel and measures the depth of water. 

Indeed, dive watches are clearly designed for diving, but you can also use them for other activities, such as sailing, skiing, swimming, etc. You can even use a dive watch just to make a fashion statement. 

So, without further ado, I introduce to you the best dive watches of 2019 that you should have in your watch collection. 

Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Automatique 45mm

Blancpain’s Fifty Fathoms is being lauded by a lot of watch enthusiasts as the first modern dive watch. Introduced in 1953, the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms can still compete with the latest dive watches of today. 

The Automatique 45mm version is perfect for big-sized or muscular-built divers. The vintage design is still there – black color and steel casing, luminous markings, unidirectional bezel, and oversized crown. It’s powered by 1315 automatic movement with 120 hours of power reserve. 

Breitling Superocean Automatic 46

Are you looking for a durable dive watch? Well, you can’t go wrong with Breitling Superocean Dive Watch. As its marketing strategy suggests, this timepiece is built to last. With its incredible 2,000m water resistance, 46mm DLC-coated stainless steel casing, comfy yet sturdy rubber strap, this dive watch is indeed worth your money. 

It also features a unidirectional rotating dive timer bezel and a Breitling 17 Automatic movement, which are always ready for any underwater adventure. If you’re looking for a dive watch that combines style and functionality, the Breitling Superocean Automatic 46 is perfect for you. 

Rolex Sea-Dweller Rolesor

Not many people expected this latest Sea-Dweller Rolesor from Rolex. It’s because it’s a dive watch Rolesor, meaning it has a steel and yellow gold casing and bracelet. Some people think that they don’t want to take it underwater as it has a super elegant design. Still, the diving specs remain the same, and other Rolex lovers find the design stylish and cool for diving. 

The Rolex Sea-Dweller Rolesor is powered by Rolex Superlative Chronometer automatic movement 3235 with a +/-2 seconds precision per day. It also features a Cerachrom bezel, helium relief valve, and cyclops lens. 

Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial

The Omega Seamaster has already marked its legacy as one of the best dive watches in the world today. First released in 1957, the Swiss luxury company designed the Seamaster specifically for diving enthusiasts and professionals whose job is to go deep underwater. So, if you buy this timepiece, you won’t surely regret it. 

It features a lightweight titanium casing with elegant strap, unidirectional bezel, screw-in bezel, and illuminated hands and hour markers. It’s also water-resistant to a depth of 300 meters and resistant to magnetic fields. Lastly, this timepiece is powered by a co-axial automatic movement with a 60-hour power reserve. 

Bell & Ross BR03-92 Diver

It was one giant leap for Bell & Ross when they released a diving watch lineup. The company is better known for making military- or aircraft-inspired timepieces. But their diving watches, especially this BR03-92 Diver, are a complete success. 

The RB03-92 Diver features Bell & Ross’s classic round dial on a square case design with a rotating bezel on top. It comes with a strap made from ultra-resilient synthetic fiber, and it has illuminated hands and hour markers. Underneath the device sits a magnet-resistant automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve. It’s also water-resistant up to 300 meters. 


Wearing a diving watch while underwater is stylish and practical at the same time. So, if you’re planning for your next diving adventure, make sure that you have a dive watch with you. Take note of the list above to help you decide what kind of dive watch is ideal for you.


I have been writing on tech since 2014 and what started as a side gig has now turned into a profession that I am immensely passionate about. A computer science graduate by education, I also enjoy reading and baking.

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