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Made with the input of professional divers, the latest ProDiver from Oris is their most impressive to date. The timepiece features a 49mm titanium case that remains lightweight and versatile despite its size. Suitable for any situation but outstanding underwater, the ProDiver has an automatic helium escape valve, is water resistant up to 1,000 meters, and features the Oris RSS (Rotation Safety System) bezel lock system to hold the bezel in place during each dive. White hands on a black dial make it highly legible, while a fourth hand tells 24-hour time and a second time zone can be tracked when you're diving away from home.
Presented by Oris.
Vague Watch Co.'s Grey Fade Submariner gets its name from the dark grey bezel insert, meant to mimic the sought-after "ghost bezel" effect found on the faded black bezels of well-worn vintage sport watches. Adding to the vintage look are intentional but subtle distressing marks of the case sides. It's built with an automatic movement, meaning you'll never have to change a battery, as the watch is powered by the movement of your arm during wear. With a stainless steel case, a screw-down back, and a 100-meter depth rating, the watch is also rugged enough to handle some serious time in the water. On top of that, it ships with a sharp military-inspired case, watch tool, and a classic nylon NATO strap to switch out with the stainless oyster band.