I was referring to the brands not just the diver's watches.I don't see them as different animals at all. They are both made for the same job, deep saturation diving. Both are over-engineered way beyond the point of any diving capability of man at this time and probably for a long time to come. Besides materials and incidental design differences the purpose is the same. The reason I like the Rolex better is that it is a proven design because it is the only watch to have been used on the deepest working dives that man has done and it has been around a lot longer. I don't think it should be made larger or cut from Titanium because it would no longer be just what I stated earlier, proven and with a history, although I would like to see an upgraded clasp at it's price point. I would not like the size changed and would not get one if they did up-size it. I find it refreshing to wear a slightly smaller watch like the SeaDweller at times.
That being said, the Breitling is more than likely capable of deeper diving and is definately more bang for the buck at less than half the price and more than twice the depth rating. It's movement is flawless and it is one of the most accurate and reliable watches that I own. The crystal is larger and nicer and the dial is easier to read. The bezel and crown are easier and smoother to operate, especially with gloves on. The bracelets are similar in design and each has it's pros and cons so I would call it a draw on that feature. The lume is lacking on the Seawolf but could easily be upgraded. The Titanium is easier scratched, but also easier to refinish to a new look on your own.
In my case I will keep them both.
I drive a Prius, what watch should I consider to go appropriately with that?If you own a Hummer with 24" spinners get a Breitling, if you have a bit of class get a Rolex:-D