Need a wrist watch that’s stylish, but also rugged and useful?
Or you don’t dive with a computer, and need a reliable watch to keep track of your dive time? These inexpensive dive watches fit the bill perfectly. Extremely water resistant, shock-proof, and good-looking, you won’t have to worry about breaking one of these watches while on your next diving, kayaking, surfing, or mountain biking trip.
The Citizen Promaster Diver range encompasses a varied selection of interesting and useful watches. Today I’m reviewing the most affordable diver in the range, the Citizen Promaster Diver BN0151-09L. It’s extremely popular for several reasons – solar powered movement, great looking dial, and of course the low price.
Strapcode has made a name for themselves providing aftermarket bracelets and straps, especially ones designed for Seiko’s various dive watches. In this review of the Strapcode Endmill bracelet I’ll show why you should consider picking one of these up for your Seiko or Orient diver.
IntroductionThe Orient Ray II, along with it’s sister model the Mako II, is always on the short list of recommended first automatic watches for people just starting to get into watch collecting.It’s main competitor for first time buyers money is mainly the Seiko SKX007, which I’ve already reviewed and owned …