With bands of sporty rubber or modern steel, fall’s water-resistant timepieces easily transition from the sea to the street.
Diver watches are meant for, well, diving, and this crop is no exception: All of the timepieces are water-resistant up to at least 100 meters, and most can function at three times that depth. But, in addition to sporty functionality, they also offer style. Tag Heuer’s Aquaracer Professional 300, for instance, has a steel bracelet, and the circular case of Bell & Ross’s BR 03-92 Diver Blue sits atop a square base. These fashion-forward touches lend versatility to the watches, which could easily travel from aquatic expeditions to social engagements back
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