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An EveryDayCarry View on Affordable Dive Watches

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As our own pages attest, dive watches are a ridiculously popular category of watches.  Sure, it is a matter of style preferences, but I think it also speaks to the fact that these watches are, by and large, very robust tools that can put up with a lot.  Our friends over at EveryDayCarry must see the same thing, because they just put together a guide for seven affordable dive watches, all under $200.

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If for some reason there are folks who would not be up to speed on what makes up a dive watch, EveryDayCarry lists out the four criteria that set aside a dive watch – water resistance, the movement inside, build quality, and legibility.  Once they have the explanations down on those, they give you seven different options to consider, all under the $200 pricepoint, from $40 on up.

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Even if you are familiar with the concept, roundups like these a good way to get an overview of a segment, and who knows – perhaps there’s an overlooked gem there you were not aware of and fits the bill for your next watch purchase.  You can check the full write up right here.

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Oh, and while we’re talking EveryDayCarry?  If you submit your own pocket dump, be sure to let us know – once we get a good handful of readers submitted over there, we can do a roundup, and you can show your fellow WWR readers what it is you’re carrying. everydaycarry.com

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