I'm on a Southwest flight Tuesday. This was a good reminder that I'll need to bring my pilot's watch....
I get that the OP is joke. But the rest of it, it's hard to tell. Cause people are nonsensical.Refer to my explanation in the thread below. BTW, the new Seiko 5 Sports watches are not ISO-rated diver watches like their predecessor, they are more accurately referred to as dive-inspired watches. Seiko 5 Sports Review-The New SKX? - WatchReport.com
Talk to me about watches with a tide indicator. Which watches have this complication?have used 100m watches for snorkelling where they have some other feature such as a tide indicator.
The Surf watch companies such as Rip Curl and Maxum offered tide watches both in digital and analogue displays. The latter analogue watches either have a sub dial tide indicator or a full dial indicator such as the Shimano Triton Tide Watch seen here. Most are different casings of the same movement depending on the dial layout.Talk to me about watches with a tide indicator. Which watches have this complication?
I’m often in the sea but use an old-fashioned tide table. A watch with a tide indicator would be neat.
I regularly use my watches in and under water, and I'd far rather have a 10-12mm diver. Despite a technical diving background, I don't need 300m WR.There are real consequences of expanding WR - not just cost, but actually making the watch thicker (beyond comfortable limits in my opinion) - wouldn't you rather a 10-12mm diver than a >16mm Omega 300m WR diver?