Freestyle Aquanuat

Freestyle Aquanuat

You don't have to be a scuba diver to appreciate this watch. It's got a cool, square-ish shape, a perforated polyurethane strap, and a locking crown protector (not very useful, but it looks cool). If you do dive, swim, or surf, the Aquanaut is waterproof to 200 meters/600 feet, has ultra bright, luminous hands and numeral markers, and a mineral crystal to keep the whole thing intact. Naturally, it comes with a one way ratcheting timing bezel. Freestyle's been making stylish, technically superior watches for water loving folks for 25 years now. All their watches are backed by a lifetime warranty - I recommend checking any of their offerings out.

  • Until I can afford a fully scratch-proof, crush-proof, nuclear-holocaust-proof watch that is ALSO a fancy mechanical piece of horological kit, I have to settle for a little less. The good news is, a little less is still pretty dar... Until I can afford a fully scratch-proof, crush-proof, nuclear-holocaust-proof watch that is ALSO a fancy mechanical piece of horological kit, I have to settle for a little less. The good news is, a little less is still pretty darn good, if not better, when it comes to dive watches. The Freestyle Hammerhead is THE dive/water watch. I use it every time I go in the water. I use it in the pool, scuba diving, boating - you name it. The size is generous and easy to read without looking like a dinner plate. The metal is solid, with a good heft and excellent durability. It's got a top-notch timer bezel (for timing dives or the roast in the oven), super luminescent hands and numeral markers (so you can tell the time in darkest depths), a date window, and, to top it all off, a little dive flag printed on the dial. Oh, and did I mention it's waterproof to 660 feet? Best of all, it's got a backlight! A really good one, that lights up the entire face. It provides this indispensable benefit of a digital watch without the lack of, shall we say, élan. It comes in white and black dial versions. I got mine years ago (still works!) and it has a neoprene strap - super comfy! Sadly, they abandoned this in favor of PVC plastic. But the watch still rocks. A great dive/boating/water sports/beat it up watch at a great price (about $70). For those so inclined, here are the specs: Case material: stainless-steel Case diameter: 42 millimeters Case Thickness: 12 millimeters UniDirectional Bezel Date window Quartz (battery) movement Water resistant to 660 Feet (200 M)

  • This dive watch is an affordable accessory for the serious diver. Good up to 330 ft, it's stainless steel and black with an illuminated dial for easy viewing.

  • 60 day power reserve Charges in sunlight or indoors Depth display to 125 feet Maximum depth memory One-way rotating elapsed-time bezel 50 minute chronograph 12/24 time & date Advanced low charger indicator Screw-back case ... 60 day power reserve Charges in sunlight or indoors Depth display to 125 feet Maximum depth memory One-way rotating elapsed-time bezel 50 minute chronograph 12/24 time & date Advanced low charger indicator Screw-back case and screw-down crown High Performance black rubber band is ideal for deep sea exploration DEPTH: 660 feet

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