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I'm going off of "street price" on these and not retail price. Here's my list so far (all images from google):

Oris aquis



Oris Diver's 65



TAG Heuer aquaracer



Longines hydroconquest



Ball hydrocarbon



Marathon GSAR



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The new Titoni Seascoper would be a definite contender for my shortlist!


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I bought a Ch. Ward C60 Trident Pro 600 for my son/granddaughter and was very impressed with the entire experience, from price to service to the finish to accuracy. I might have gotten lucky on the accuracy but it was within six seconds per day in all positions and isochronism on a timegrapher after running for a week.
 

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not seen that formex reef before - me likey!
 

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I'm going off of "street price" on these and not retail price. Here's my list so far (all images from google):

Oris aquis



Oris Diver's 65



TAG Heuer aquaracer



Longines hydroconquest



Ball hydrocarbon



Marathon GSAR



Baume et Mercer Clifton

I'd sugest you check Christopher Ward, Farer and Zelos. Here are my personal favourites: Farer Crooms, CW C65 GMT Worldtimer, and Zelos Hammerhead 2(there are two versions, eta and nh35; I have the bronze teal nh25 version).CW only comes in this color scheme, but for Farer and Zelos you do have plenty available.

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Longines legend diver, will most probably beat all of the mentioned in terms of look, versatility and value.
 

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