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Not really a dive watch enthusiast but I believe Seiko's SBCM023 8F35-00A0 is one of the better choices in the modern vintage realm:

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It came to mind since I finally put a generic diver compatible bracelet on it (it didn't come with one when I acquired it). The lugs are drilled through so the bracelet lug adaptors needed to handle the larger spring bars.

Not the easiest watch to find nowadays, though.

-Brian
 

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What about the Precista PRS-18Q COSC?
(not my photo but it's from the Precista website so I assume they don't mind me using it)

 

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All good if you like it. I think the Certina's have nicer straps, cases, and are a little easier to service for me if I ever need it. Price difference is pretty small and most importantly to me they have a date.

But just me, we all like different things, and it's a nice COSC diver, enjoy.

Just curious did it come with a COSC certificate?
 
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