I remember when Storm made their bones building watches with little telescoping irises in the middle to protect the face. My buddy wore one when he was teaching at a college so he wouldn’t be drawn to checking the time every five minutes. Storm has grown up a lot since then, as evidenced by this handsome titanium diver with Kevlar strap.
The watch costs $450 and has a date register and standard Swiss quartz movement. It’s water-resistant to 1000m and is 45mm wide. You could do worse than this watch and at below $500 for a Swiss quartz it’s pretty reasonable. It looks much better than whatever this is supposed to be.
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