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Most obvious example would be the Omega Seamaster Pro.

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I know Oris offered some wave pattern dive watches, but I do not recall a white dial
 

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Melbourne Fitzroy. Although at 44mm it's a bit on the large side.


 

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Oops, my bad.
Yeah, I think that's a tough requirement - white + wave pattern. Only a handful of watches out there with this configuration.
 
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My bad as well I miss read the post as far as waves....but why?
Why do you like the SOH? Why don't you like C. Ward? There's little about this hobby that's logical. We like what we like.
 
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This model is hard to buy now.
Not sure if I’m missing something specific about the model you are looking for, but there are like 5 black bezel/white dial Tridents on eBay right now.
 

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Perhaps this?

I was not aware Deep Blue was still doing tritium watches. Is the pip on the bezel tritium or superluminova?
 
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