Home Watch Types Automatic The Benarus Ocean Predator Diver will nibble your toes as you snorkel

The Benarus Ocean Predator Diver will nibble your toes as you snorkel


The Ocean Predator looks placid but underneath it’s a toothy monster. Benarus has been building some exciting watches for the past few years and this new product, the Benarus Ocean Predator Diver, is no exception. It has a NH35 self-winding movement and is water resistant to 660 feet. It features a hammered dial with heavy Kevlar strap.

The watch costs $549 and also has an internal bezel for timing your dives. I’m most impressed by the look and feel – it’s like an Orange Sherbet Monster – and it’s a great value for the price.

We’ll try to get one of these in for review but until then remember it might not be safe to go back into the water.

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