Dive Watches

Popularised through their use for underwater diving, these watches are built to withstand high water pressures associated with diving. Dive watches, which first saw use in 1926 when Rolex registered a patent for the water-resistant ‘Oyster' watch case, have soared to become one of the most popular watch styles world-wide. These timepieces feature water resistance of at least 100m and sport iconic aesthetics ideal for everyday use.