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Hi,

I'm not sure if something like this even exists, but does anyone know of a proper dive watch with a skeleton movement? I am familiar with the Invicta models, but I would prefer a model with a full 200m water resistance if possible, and a budget of around $300.

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Hi,

I'm not sure if something like this even exists, but does anyone know of a proper dive watch with a skeleton movement? I am familiar with the Invicta models, but I would prefer a model with a full 200m water resistance if possible, and a budget of around $300.

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Welcome to the forum. One of the primary traits of serious dive watches tends to be high legibility underwater or otherwise. Skeleton watches tend to not have this quality, although there are options with display case backs. Good luck
 

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Here's one.

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It's a little over your budget but...what the hey? JK
 

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There are a very small number of tourbillon dive watches, but those are at way above your budget.
 
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