Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

A discreet and classy luxury diving watch should be an absolute requirement for any well-rounded timepiece collection, in my own personal opinion. In fact, I have many diving watches to choose from when deciding what to wear, and I find it interesting to analyze the choices I make. This brings me to our review of the Bulgari Diagono Scuba - which saw a nice refresh and re-lease in 2015. In short, this "designer" high-end diver comes with all the things you'd need in a daily-wear sports watch, along with the style a lot of people want from a luxury item.

Allow me to break apart my previous statement a bit, as I think it is very germane to this discussion. What do I mean by a "daily-wear sports watch" that has a "style?" Let's consider the "tool watch," which despite being difficult to define can probably be summed up as a durable and legible timepiece whose main design elements focus on function rather than fashion. Tool watches are valued because they are like tools, meaning their primary value is in utility, and everything else comes second.

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Many of the most popular dive watches around are arguably tool watches, and enthusiasts often like to joke about glitzy high-end dive watches which shave off function in favor of form. It is actually a tediously difficult task to create a novel-looking dive watch that stays true to the "tool watch" spirit which makes this segment so endearing. Why all the huff about making a watch novel-looking and attractive? Well, most people are OK with a $300 watch looking basic, but when spending a few thousand bucks (or more) the status-building element of a timepiece becomes increasingly important.

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

The 800-pound gorilla in the high-end dive watch room is the Rolex Submariner. With a retail price nearing $9,000, this lovely yet expensive watch absolutely defines what so many people want in a luxury diver, and yet the Submariner also defines sheer design conservatism in the segment. The best alternatives to the Rolex Submariner are those timepieces which match the Submariner's legendary utility, but also add something in terms of design and flavor. This is hard to do. Despite the enormous number of luxury dive watches out there, you'll find that only a few have truly become timeless in their design and appeal.

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Bulgari's Diagono collection is their "architected" everyday watch that has found appeal on wrists all over the world. Not terribly expensive, all things considered, as well as legible, the Diagono for many people is the right amount of "design" with the right amount of "horology." When Bulgari initially came out with the Bulgari Diagono Scuba, it was the logical dive watch addition to the Diagono family.

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Some people might argue that it takes an expert's eye to point out the new-as-of-2015 Bulgari Diagono Scuba compared to the previous generation models. The newer versions have cleaner dials and slightly larger cases compared to some previous generation models. The current Bulgari Diagono Scuba also contains an in-house-made Bulgari movement. As of now, Bulgari has only released a three-hand version of the Bulgari Diagono Scuba - whereas previous generation models also had a chronograph and GMT model. It is entirely possible that Buglari is working on those as well. With that said, the essence of any good diving watch is a primary focus on indicating the time and surviving the depths.

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

I also want to add that the newest generation of Bulgari Diagono Scuba models have 300 meters versus 200 meters of water resistance. This makes them "professional" and on par with the Submariner that also offers 300 meters of water resistance. What I love about the Bulgari Diagono Scuba first and foremost is the relative thinness of the case which is about 11mm thick. That is about the same as the Rolex Submariner and makes the Bulgari Diagono Scuba very comfortable to wear all the time. The case is now 41mm wide and offered in steel, two-tone 18k pink gold and steel, as well as solid 18k pink gold. With that said, this reference DP41BSSSD steel version with the black dial is the most universally appealing model, in my opinion, and combines Bulgari's sense of Italian design elegance with a purist approach to an instrument watch.

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Bulgari Diagono Scuba Watch Review Wrist Time Reviews

Bulgari really toned down the dial text to include only the brand name and water resistance information. Watch collectors tend to get very picky over the text on watch dials - which more often than not is more than necessary. Compare this new generation Bulgari Diagono Scuba with older modes and you'll see a lot less text. Fitting with Italian style, the dial isn't purely utilitarian, but is about as Bauhaus as any Italian-designed object can get. Legibility benefits from the fact that the hour and minute hands are different shapes, and the Arabic numeral 12 and 6 o'clock hour markers help orient the dial nicely. A date indicator window is positioned at 3 o'clock in a way that is useful but doesn't force the window to stand out unduly. The otherwise round-shaped hour markers are lined with a subtle but purposeful track of thin baton markers for the minutes.

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  • Simon

    I own an older Diagono Professional GMT Flyback and after two years I feel it is one of the most underated watch designs out there. With a rubber strap and a busy dial, it has a very utilitarian feel. Yet somehow it manages to sing on a tailored suit. It shouldn’t, but it does.

    • cg

      Nice!

    • iamcalledryan

      Better…

  • A_watches

    the diagono reminds me of my humble tag diver

  • I would like bigger hands but overall I am fond of the design. This is an updated 90’s “classic” design so in a way it’s not very different from a 70’s inspired chrono, or a faux patina 50’s-inspired modern diver. The 90’s can be vintage too 🙂

    • anonymous

      No it can’t. The 90’s sucked.

      • I grew up in the 80’s and up until quite recently, anything from the 80’s was considered “an insult to design and good aesthetics”. All I see know is kids dressed head to toe in 80’s fashion. There is absolutely no indication that designers will skip the 90’s after they have brought back every decade from to ’10’s to the 80’s.

        • anonymous

          True. But when 90’s fashion and design comes back around, I’ll loathe it just as much as when I saw it the first time. 😉

          • iamcalledryan

            I was absolutely convinced that both the 80’s and 90’s would remain a no-go for fashion for at least a century. But with fashion, whatever horrors can happen, WILL HAPPEN. To be honest, in certain places, the 90’s is already here.

          • Berndt Norten

            I look forward to that day. J-Lo in a corset, I’m witchu all the way!

          • iamcalledryan

            She will only give the time of day to the gent with the very tallest of top hats. Imagine the amount of software Google or Apple will be able to cram into those hats…

  • Mark Baran

    I have never cared much for the Diagono line. But this version appeals to me.

  • BNABOD

    what is the junk between the crystal and bezel? price is really really steep it seems

  • Coert Welman

    Price is a bit steep, but otherwise it is stunning. It looks quite thin too (if the thickness was mentioned somewhere, I missed it).

  • SuperStrapper

    Never been a fan of this line of watches, and this iteration is no different. It I’m actually not a big fan of any of the “home-grown” Bvlgari watch lines, but I have been enjoying the stuff that has come out over the last few years since the Genta and Roth acquisitions. I was worried that both of those lines would be devoured by the Bvlgari aesthetic, but I’ve been pleased to see them continue on in directions they were already taking. Regardless, I have no interest in this Diagono line.

  • The Diagono line is great to pick up on the pre-owned market, as they don’t hold their value at all. As commenter “Simon” pointed out, the older GMT version has so much more character, and can be picked up in excellent condition for under $3k. I have no idea why this rather humdrum model would fetch such a high MSRP. I suppose that if your parent company positions itself as the world’s leading luxury vendor, your prices better reflect that notion.

    • A_watches

      agree with that, give it a few years and this can be had a third of the price on the pre-owned market or even less at auctions

    • ??????

      True! 3 years later you will find this model in Japanese market (for instance) for 1/3 of MSRP easily.

    • TechUser2011

      Who cares about selling your watch? If you’re thinking about selling a watch before you even buy it, then you shouldn’t be buying watches in the first place. Do you also look to see if socks and shoes hold their value?

      • I don’t know how long you’ve been in the hobby of watch collecting, but I’d venture to say 90+% of those of us who are, flip their watches on a pretty constant basis. I probably buy and flip 20-30 watches a year. So yes, resale value is a pretty important concern. In-demand rare models from certain microbrands can fetch anywhere from 200-500% more than their original selling price, for instance. And some “luxury” brands don’t hold their value very well, Bulgari being one of them. Love that new Breitling or Tag? Wait a year, and you can pick up a NOS model for probably 70% of the original price. Maybe you’re the type that absolutely loves this particular Bulgari model and absolutely MUST have it right now. Then, in your case, long-term value isn’t of concern to you. If you scroll through the comments, however, I’d say you’re in the extreme minority of people who would be tripping over themselves lining up to buy this watch at full price.

        I would think that if you’re buying pretty much any big-ticket item, one must weigh the value vs the depreciation. A $1000 television isn’t going to worth much in five years. But some $1000 watches will be. I guarantee that in five years, you’ll most likely want to upgrade your TV, just for the fact that technology shifts so rapidly. Some of us upgrade our watches at an even higher frequency. Watches aren’t remotely like socks or shoes, unless you are purchasing really expensive footwear or really cheap watches.

        • TechUser2011

          I have bought big-ticket items in my life. A home, a car, a $2500 TV, a $3000 camera, etc. I have never “flipped” any of them for anything else. I always use them without thought of making money back. I then either give away my items or throw them away when I don’t need them anymore.

          I just find it bizarre that there are people like you who think about selling things before you buy them. Do you apply this way of life to clothes and toothbrushes? You must live on the other side of the railroad track from where i live. Please stay on your side.

          • Well, it doesn’t work with every consumer product; I doubt anyone will be throwing money at me for my 10 year old Canon SLR. But there is indeed a very vibrant and active pre-owned watch market which, if approached with the right strategy, allows the consumer to both enjoy their purchases and eventually move some of those purchases at a tidy profit, or at the very least, without too much loss of investment. This Bulgari doesn’t naturally, in at least my opinion, offer either of those options. It’s boring, overpriced and ultimately forgettable in terms of design and value.

            Trust me, 15 years ago, I would have thought it bizarre, too. I owned one watch – a Seiko SKX I found in a bar. Since then, I’ve bought, enjoyed, and sold somewhere in the neighborhood of 300 watches, although my frequency of flipping has slowed down considerably as I move up to more desirable models and brands. Some will most likely never leave my collection. Some were destined to move on after a week. I still have the Seiko, though. You never forget your first.

  • Dinkee, H. O.

    After watching the video it’s clear that this would be too small for my full 5 1/4 inch wrist.

    • Larry Holmack

      Just think how small it would look on my 23 cm wrist!!!

  • WV WV

    Be warned! This Diagono still comes with the little ceramic piece glued on to the crown and I have the privilege to experience it dislocated from my OCTO. It’s a very terribly cheap way of attaching this ceramic piece to the crown unlike Cartier where gemstone is secured properly on the crowns. The saddest part is I have to face with the “rip-off” policy of the Singapore Bvlgari system. Anyway, There would not be anymore Bvlgari for me in this life!

    • Ariel Adams

      I’ve had other watches with cabochons that fell off in the past. The reality is that glue is often the only realistic way to secure certain pieces, but I agree it isn’t ideal. Usually there are glues which can last a few long time, but sometimes not enough (or too much) is used. Things like water and temperature exposure can effect this as well. Someone needs to sell “high horology adhesive.” Or is that just Loctite?

  • cluedog12

    Would reviewer personally wear it: Yes.

    Can you link me up with a review where the answer was No?

    (As for the watch, not bad, Despite being aesthetically sound and technically competent, it doesn’t elicit a strong emotional response in me.)

    • iamcalledryan

      All the time, actually. In fact there was one just 6 years ago:

      http://www.ablogtowatch.com/ulli-kampelmanns-hilariously-ugly-watches/

      • cluedog12

        Vintage aBlogtoRead.com! The site has grown over the past six to seven years, but the early inconsistencies were part of the charm. Whereas, once-upon-a-time, Ariel excoriated the occasional monstrosity for our entertainment (and page views), he now seems content to turn his word against his loyal readers instead: http://www.ablogtowatch.com/advice-choosing-best-watch-buy/

        (This is said mostly in jest. I suppose that would be a great watch site though – a deep pocketed writer who buys reviewed watches from the display case, takes an honest toss at them before giving them away to the readership through simple contests.)

      • SuperStrapper

        Don’t forget about the regrettably cancelled ‘Bad Idea Award’.

        Ariel used to pull few punches back in the day. I can think of a few Olde Tyme reviews (a Blog to Read era) where he just lambasted the watch. Memories…

        • JimBob

          Have they called anything a Robot Turd lately?

          • That was John Biggs in the Hour Time podcast for the most part. Ah a trip down memory lane…

    • ??????

      Good point. Since reviewer would wear any watch he reviews – it makes no point to write it.

      • Ariel Adams

        The notion behind “would reviewer wear it,” might be confusing but the idea is to communicate whether or not the watch is the type of items that fits the personal taste of the reviewer. There are a lots of watches out there that I would review well, but I wouldn’t personally wear as they don’t match my own taste.

        • ??????

          I understand that you mean if you would personally wear it – i.e. real life scenario. I just couldn’t remember any review where you said that you wouldn’t wear it and got feeling that you approve all watches you review to fit this real life scenario.

        • Gokart Mozart

          So it does not really mean if the person was looking for this type of watch, would he buy it.

          I assumed it meant you would only buy a watch and wear it if you liked it enough to buy it in the first place.

    • Gokart Mozart

      I would wear it, but only if I was not putting my hard earned cash on it. After Ariels other article I won’t ask if ask him if I can wear it to be a reviewer.

      But in seriousness may be it should be” would reviewer wear it if he had to pay for it?”

    • TechUser2011

      My impression from reading Ablogtowatch.com is that they already pre-filter out the watches that they don’t like. Read and watch the review of the Andersmann Oceanmaster II from March 28, 2015: Ariel Adams says that they already reject a lot of the watches that come to them for review. So apparently, the watches that do get reviewed were chosen because they like it.

      • iamcalledryan

        Most of us are playing, you are right though and Ariel has pretty much explained that a few weeks ago when there was a general moaning that Ariel doesn’t do enough moaning and review awful watches.

      • Raymond Wilkie

        I don’t agree.

      • cluedog12

        A “Watches we rejected for review (2009-2011)” would be a great retrospective.

    • Ariel Adams

      There are a few that we say no to or “sometimes.”

  • Richard Baptist

    I don’t see what’s so special here, however I do like the bracelet. I also love their GMT model, but not this diver.

  • iamcalledryan

    It has the necessary characteristics, yet it just doesn’t look like a diver!

  • Berndt Norten

    In insisting that the 1 be exactly the height of the 2 (at 12 o’clock ) the designers have in fact created the optical illusion that the 1 is taller. I love the watch except for this and the cut outs in the bezel which seem gaudy. So I guess I don’t love the watch after all….

  • joe83

    Looks like the chinese knock off of it’s self… just lasy….

  • joe83

    spelling error intentional, A pun about being lazy…..to those of us who are humorless…

  • Ulysses31

    I find the overall design, and the bracelet especially, to look crude and ugly, with all the appeal of a chain-link fence. No artfulness at all. The general finish doesn’t look premium either.

    • smoothsweeper

      I couldn’t put into words why I think it is ugly, but your analogy perfect sums it up.

    • JimBob

      Yeah, I can’t get behind the link and lug design here. Reminds me of the knuckles on a facehugger.

  • Vincent

    Before I make the following comment I want it to be known that I in no way mean for it to sound offensive or arrogant. I know how touchy we may get on certain topics, this being one, but I am just honestly genuinely curious about your individual opinion as fellow time enthusiasts.
    I have worked very hard to earn my Rolex Submariner 16610. Before anyone passes judgment, I am not making this comment as a “Rolex Snob”, I enjoy my g-shocks just as much, if not more, than my one Rolex. I bought my Rolex simply for the engineering, quality, longevity and history of the piece. That being said, I am baffled, perplexed even, at how many pieces resemble the Submariner. This is where it gets touchy, I get it, not everyone can afford a Rolex, not everyone even wants a Rolex, they may enjoy an Orient that looks shockingly similar to the Submariner, or this piece in the above article. But how can a watch company such as Bulgari produce a watch that, if the person looking at it has any sort of knowledge of watches, looks strikingly similar to the Submariner, and on top of that, charge $6,500.00 for it lol. I enjoy and respect people finding their own happiness in any timepiece because it represents us, those who wear it. And me, or anyone else, has no place passing judgment on anyone’s choices.
    This is more of a question for the masses, an issue of common sense. Does Rolex have the Submariner design patented? Is it even possible for them to do that? How are these, what I call, homage watches, able to get away with basically copying the Submariner’s design. Also note, an astonishing amount of watches with the circle indices also have the circle seconds hand. Also, you homage nuts, don’t take that as an insult, I just referenced them in an attempt to put into context what I’m trying to convey through this post.

    • ??????

      Where does it look like Rolex Sub? Case shape – no. Hands – no. Dial layot – no. Bracelet – no. Bezel – no.

      • A_watches

        Agree with you here a lot of divers look like a subby, this I don’t think it does and actually has its own design identity in my opinion.

        Btw Vincent, I also have the 16610, it’s a fantastic classic piece, no need to be apologetic about that.

        • Vincent

          Yes, I do adore my 16610. Insured and on my wrist more often than not. It’s a privilege to own it. Gratifying knowing so many people share this passion we have for our 16610’s.

      • Vincent

        Dial layout of the white circle applied indices come (directly) from the
        Submariner, the seconds hand comes (directly) from the Submariner, the seconds markers come from the Submariner, the small details like those, the ones we all pay very close attention to, come from the Submariner.

        • ??????

          Circular lume dots aren’t proprietary of Rolex and here we have different layot anyway – with “12” and “6” – haven’t seen this on any Submariner. Second hand – it just matches the dots on the dial, thats all.

          • Vincent

            Again, I could be wrong but I believe the circular lume dots actually are proprietary of Rolex? What dive watch had them before the Submariner? I didn’t mean literally, in reference to the 12 and 6, although one of the first Subs did have the number 6 on the dial. The seconds hand is clearly from the Submariner, again, I am unaware of any dive watch having this trait prior to the release of the Submariner. I could be wrong on these points, but I think it’s accurate.
            Whether true or not, if a person with any sort of knowledge of watches can’t make the connection between this and a Rolex Submariner then their simply not looking hard enough.

          • ??????

            I’m not interested who put round dot first. Do you really mean that it is prohibited to put any round index on the watch? Then answer me: why Rolex Submariner is round? I’m pretty sure it wasn’t Rolex who made the watch round first. Same childish statement.

          • Vincent

            Lol that’s a little more of a basic question. I’m not saying they are prohibited but I am saying to think many of these modern divers designs are in any way original is foolish. Foolish to people who know the history of watches anyway, not foolish to the general public. But, again, to each his own. If you want to wear a bright pink watch or PVD coat a Rolex Deep Sea then so be it! As long as the wearer is proud of his or her piece is all that matters. I think it’s just important to remember that the Rolex Submariner is the originator of the modern day dive watch, that started decades ago. Like a fellow said before me, you can see the DNA of the Submariner is most dive watches today. Again, an indisputable and undeniable fact.

          • ??????

            No, it is disputable. What about Blancpain? And why does it all matter you so much?

          • Vincent

            I just find it odd how someone can look at a timepiece that has distinct characteristic traits of a Rolex Sub without seeing the connection…It just gets annoying, how many times can one design be recreated? You can dress a pig up with a Gucci suit but at the end of the day it’s still a pig. You can resign the case, bracelet, and some of the face, but at the end of the day you’re left wondering…”Hmm…what does this watch remind me of….?”
            Maybe it’s just me though. Well, apparently from this post, it is just me lol I must be seeing things idk

    • iamcalledryan

      Consider the Sub or the Fifty Fathoms, or any other mid-century diver as the blueprint upon which many modern dive watches are constructed today. You see echoes of them in most diving watches today because they are the patient zero of the class.

      There are certain design elements that belong to the class of diver watch and transcend an individual design, in fact some of them are specifically required to meet the ISO definition of a diving watch.

      With this Bvlgari, the only design similarities I see are the intermediary hour markers and the hour hands. They are similar, but they are also generic enough to be fair game. If Bvlgari added a cyclops, mercedes hand, the triangle and bar primary hour markers, and a similar bezel, then we would be in trouble. There is a genuine issue with individuality in diving watches, but I do not think this one is an offender.

      Also, with watches the patents are almost always linked to a mechanism, a piece of engineering or a particular mix of elements in an alloy. Pure design choices are hard to patent and protect. The Breguet hands and numerals, for example, are among the most widely copied designs around – and thank goodness for it because they look great.

      The more you study watches, the more you will see that almost any watch can trace it’s individual design elements back to other watches – there are only so many ways that you can reinvent the wheel.

    • smoothsweeper

      I can’t imagine a WIS ever confusing this piece with a Submariner, or even with a Submariner homage. It looks completely different to me.

      (IMO, the Sub looks much, much better)

      • Vincent

        Agreed.
        Maybe I am being taken to literal here…but the connection between this and other dive watches and the submariner are clear. Most divers now have the circle markers and the circle seconds hand. This is undeniable and a distinctive trait of the Rolex Submariner. I say this under the assumption that the Sub was the first to do it, I could be wrong.

    • Gokart Mozart

      Vincent can you please post your comment that you prefer your g-shock to your Sub and put it on a Rolex forum and send us a link. The replies would be an interesting read. ?
      For your own safety don’t put your contact details because there will probably be a hit put out on you.

      • Vincent

        LOL

    • TechUser2011

      You may have worked very hard to earn your Rolex Submariner.

      You may also consider working very hard to visit an eye doctor, because the Rolex Submariner looks absolutely nothing like the Bulgari watch in this review. Different dial, bezel, case, numerals, hour markers, lugs, lug connectors, bracelet. Everything is different.

      • Raymond Wilkie

        He’s kinda right.

      • Vincent

        Lol everyone is taking me so literal…I may need to see an eye doctor but if you’re telling me the Bulgari came up with the circular applied markers on a black face and a circle seconds hand all on their own then you may need to count to 10 for me lol

  • Vincent

    PS – I love this website and enjoy visiting it everyday. Also, I am happy to finally create an account so I can interact with likeminded enthusiasts. I’m 26, most of my friends think I have a problem for being so obsessed with timepieces! lol
    Ariel and the BTW crew, keep up the good work.

    • iamcalledryan

      You DO have a problem, but here you can indulge it without judgement…

      • Vincent

        lol…always good to know I can go somewhere and not be judged for my obsession.

    • Raymond Wilkie

      Welcone

    • Ariel Adams

      Our pleasure Vincent. On behalf of the team I hope you continue to enjoy aBlogtoWatch.

  • DanW94

    It conjures images of those post WWII Eastern bloc cities you see in photos. Stark, blocky steel and concrete gray buildings in cityscapes devoid of any color. Functional but lifeless.

    • Bill W

      Bvlgari…The Sarajevo of Timepieces!

      • In Soviet Russia, Blog watches you.

  • smoothsweeper

    If I had first seen this in the wild (and not on ABTW), I would’ve assumed it was a fake of a design Bvulgari doesn’t even make.

  • Raymond Wilkie

    Yawn.

  • Sevenmack

    What do you get when you start with the handsone industrial angular look of the Octo, then take away all that makes the Octo fascinating? This dull hunk of metal and glass. Bulgari could have done better.

  • Gokart Mozart

    Hi Ariel, I have a potentially awkward question for you which I do not think any body has asked, and would appreciate if you could answer it.

    You write “As I understand it, the Bulgari BVL 191 is their in-house-made answer to the ETA 2892-2 automatic.”

    What exactly does that mean? Have Bulgari created a clone of the ETA and added ceramic ball bearings or, is it a completely different movement with the same size movement, that could be dropped into other watches that uses a 2892 along the lines of say a Sellita SW300 or I suppose maybe the Habring A9 , or is it something different.

    The issue of cloned movements is something I find a bit unsettling, because it is assumed/portrayed that they are (think poor and fake) copies of other peoples movements. Is Bulgari doing the same thing.

    An example is the Seagull ST19 column wheel movement which is a clone of the Venus 175, but apparently is actual Venus tooling machinery that they bought in the 1960’s. I have added a couple of articles for you and the readers. What does this make the ST19 movement?

    https://musingsofawatchaddict.wordpress.com/2014/09/26/beauty-of-a-venus-175-manually-wound-chronograph-movement-seagull-1963/

    http://rwg.cc/topic/91877-lemania-2310-venus-175-seagull-st-19

    As a watch (and clock) lover, I think this would be interesting topic to discuss further, may be as a separate article. I am not asking as a for or against the Swiss industry type of question just general love of watches.

  • Vincent

    I tried posting comparison pics but it looks as though they were loaded as spam, unfortunately.

  • funNactive

    I like dive watches with SS bezels. I also like the bracelet – flat surfaces that reflect back light make the watch interesting to look at.

  • Bob Chandler

    I’ve seen similar mens watches at Momentum. I think the name of the watch is Logic SS 42 Steel. Truly a piece to hold on to)

  • Marcia Bailey

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  • Yeah it ‘s good and looks nice. I also like http://www.philippebanks.com/, their classic, sleek and elegant designed timepiece.