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Now, personally, I've been looking for a sports/dress watch with a subtle rotating bezel for a while, something like this (but this one doesn't rotate, sadly):
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But it doesn't seem to exist. So a super compressor is the closest you can get to a "dress diver".
Wouldn't a Rolex Turn-o-graph be exactly the watch you are looking for?
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Wouldn't a Rolex Turn-o-graph be exactly the watch you are looking for? View attachment 17076962
Yes, but I like the bezel from the Airking better, with no numerals. Also I don't like the cyclops. Really, my ideal would be the Airking with a rotating bezel. And decent lume. And 100 of WR.

I'm actually surprised there aren't any dress watches with rotating bezels. They're so useful for meetings and things like that...
 

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Yes, but I like the bezel from the Airking better, with no numerals. Also I don't like the cyclops. Really, my ideal would be the Airking with a rotating bezel. And decent lume. And 100 of WR.

I'm actually surprised there aren't any dress watches with rotating bezels. They're so useful for meetings and things like that...
Good point! I never tought using bezel marks for minutes OR hour timing.


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You probably want some type of super compressor for minimal bezel presence. My suggestion would be the Longines Legend Diver, but unless you can find a great deal on pre-owned, it would be over your budget. Perfectly usable as a dress watch on mesh and casually on leather.
I have a nice one for sale here in marketplace for $1400, which is about 拢1150.
 

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Aside from my Rolex Bluesy, a couple of watches come to mind. First a Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe and second an IWC Aquatimer. Oh wait, I see this was edited to a 1000 pound max. Son, I guess you're on your own.





Also the IWC with the inboard timing dial.

 
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Aside from my Rolex Bluesy, a couple of watches come to mind. First a Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe and second an IWC Aquatimer. Oh wait, I see this was edited to a 1000 pound max. Son, I guess you're on your own.





Also the IWC with the inboard timing dial.

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Yes, but I like the bezel from the Airking better, with no numerals. Also I don't like the cyclops. Really, my ideal would be the Airking with a rotating bezel. And decent lume. And 100 of WR.

I'm actually surprised there aren't any dress watches with rotating bezels. They're so useful for meetings and things like that...
You are 100% right, a subtle bezel would be a daily use, hence why I want one! :D
 
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