The ripple effect: the best diving watches – in pictures

The ripple effect: the best diving watches – in pictures

These watches keep perfect time, even when you’re busy making waves

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From left: Oris Blue Whale Limited Edition, 45.5mm, on multi-piece stainless steel bracelet with stainless steel security folding clasp. Part of the Oris Trilogy Set with the Oris Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III and the Clean Ocean Limited Edition. Price of the Oris Trilogy Set: £7,560, oris.ch. Breitling Superocean Automatic, 42mm, in steel on Diver Pro III rubber strap, £2,760, breitling.com. Panerai Submersible Chrono PAM00614, 47mm, in brushed titanium on standard rubber strap, £13,100, panerai.com. Photograph: Sam Hofman/The Observer

TAG Heuer Aquaracer, 43mm, polished steel case, blue sunray brushed dial, brown resin unidirectional turning bezel on textile strap, £1,300, tagheuer.co.uk. Tudor Black Bay P01, 42mm, steel case on hybrid leather and rubber strap, £2,830, tudorwatch.com. Bremont Supermarine S300, 40mm on canvas nato strap, £2,995, bremont.com. Photograph: Sam Hofman/The Observer

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M, Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph, 44mm, 18k ‘Sedna’ gold and stainless steel, on coordinated strap, £9,520, omegawatches.com. Bell & Ross BR 03-92 Diver Green Bronze, 42mm, satin-polished CuSn8 bronze. Unidirectional solid bronze bezel with anodised aluminium insert on khaki calfskin leather and black rubber strap, £3,500, bellross.com. Rado Captain Cook Automatic, 42mm, stainless steel high tech ceramic on leather bracelet, £1,750, rado.com. Photograph: Sam Hofman/The Observer

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