So, we will start with dive watches.
Just like the name hints, this watch is worn when diving or in related activities such as swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
Judging by the activities, you’ll definitely need a timepiece with good waterproofing. We are talking about 100 meters (330 feet) or more. And talking about diving watches, no other series would be of a better fit than Citizen Navihawk!
They will have a large face for easy viewing even in water.
The common materials used for the case is stainless steel and titanium, which are resistant to corrosion, rust, fading, or staining. Just like the case, these watches have a tough crystal, usually made from sapphire or mineral.
And the reason for that is to protect the inside parts of the watch from being damaged by water and outside forces. Just like you can see in the brand new Casio Frogman or Casio Forester watch series.
And since it will be worn outdoors, the face/ crystal will have an antiglare coating.
The straps are normally made of rubber, resin, and silicone. They are not easily affected by water and also feel comfortable on the hand.
Good flexibility allows the unit to move freely without causing any inconvenience, especially in extreme activities.
Talking about pilot watches, or watches with sophisticated engines and modules, we should be looking at Casio’s world-famous Edifice series!
Those timepieces are very tough, full of options, super accurate, and are very reasonably priced.
You can’t get better value for your money than that. So if you have a chance, I highly recommend you give any watch from the Casio Edifice series a try.
And finally, if you’re a true fan of Casio wristwatches (like I’m), then don’t forget to check out their Enticer collection. It’s a very unique watch collection and I’m sure people love them for a reason.