The Regatta Champion is a very pretty looking, but overall cheaply made diver. However, it's one of the most inexpensive 200m WR divers available and can definitely handle diving usage. Stuhrling Original is a company that has produced a bit of controversy in the watch world. Founded with a goal to produce luxury-looking watches that are affordable for everybody, they’ve also made a lot of people angry by blatantly copying designs from high-end Swiss brands.
The Seiko Prospex SRP777 Dive Watch has quickly become the darling of Instagrammers, desk-divers, and general sport watch enthusiasts since its release late last year. No other brand manages to offer a better sport watch for less of your hard-earned money, and Seiko wisely builds upon the success of each model generation, evolving their product to reflect their ability, history, technology, and core strengths.
Deviate Watches, a micro-brand based out of Toronto, Canada, currently has their second watch live on Kickstarter.
Their first campaign for the C-Series tachymeter/chronograph completed successfully almost exactly a year ago and they’ve spent the time since and all of their profits working on this next watch.
When taken up Japan and its watch industry everyone, and rightly so, instantly think of one company: Seiko. However, there is more than that. Although Seiko has produced a large number of excellent, iconic and historical timepieces, it is unfair to forget other companies like Citizen. In this article we are going to examine one of the most iconic dive watches coming from Japan of all time. No, it is not the Tuna Marinemaster or the Seiko 6105, but the iconic Citizen Aqualand Promaster.