Diver’s watches are all the rage these days as they come with classic, stylish design and bear all the features a diving enthusiast may need. An ideal watch should include features like magnetic-, chemical-, and shock-resistance, visibility in the dark and durable strap. But more importantly, dive watches should be water and pressure resistant.
There are different options of dive watches that choosing one would be difficult. Here is a list of the best dive watches chosen by members of the Scuba Diving Dreams.
#1. SKA371 Kinetic Seiko Dive Watch
When it comes to classic watches, Seiko is the brand everyone loves. Its diver’s watches look great but are not at all that expensive. James Bond’s diving watch, the $3000-Omega Seamaster, is a coveted brand but it can be costly. The SKA371 is said to have a look comparable to that of the Seamaster’s except that they’re more affordable.
SKA371 Kinetic Dive Watch by Seiko has a depth rate of 200 meters. The watch uses kinetic motion instead of a battery to keep it running. Perfect for recreational diving, the classy Seiko kinetic dive watch is easily a top choice for men.
#2. BN0151-09L ProMaster Citizen Dive Watch
Citizen brands are also worth considering. This brand of dive watches have an elegant yet simple design and it features casual and professional settings perfect to be used daily and when diving. The ProMaster dive watch by Citizen also powers itself automatically without needing a battery change.
The BN0151-09L ProMaster has a depth rate of 200 meters perfect for recreational scuba diving. Because of its functionality and design, this Citizen dive watch can be used on any occasion.
#3. Jiusko Deep Sea Men’s Divers Watch
This diving watch from Jiusko bears interesting design, thanks to its fun orange accents. Still, it has this classic appeal with its silver stainless band and the black bezel. The Deep Sea Men’s diving watch also has a strap extension that allows it to fit perfectly around your wetsuit, should you want to wear it on top. The watch has a depth rate of 300 meters
#4. Seiko Orange Monster Automatic Diving Watch For Men
Another Seiko on the list, the Orange Monster is suitable for those who like a bright color on their dive watch. It may look chunky and aggressive but the orange color tones down that appeal. The bright orange color helps the watch stand out among classic black and silver watches. This watch has a depth rate of 200 meters.
#5. Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver Sport Watch
Its rugged appeal makes adrenalin junkies take an interest on this Citizen watch. As with the Orange Master, the Eco-Drive Professional Diver Sport Watch also has bold and chunky features. It still has a classy bezel ring that makes this watch appropriate for semi-formal occasions.
With the eco-drive technology, this device’s lithium-ion battery never runs out. This diver sports watch has a depth rated at 300 meters and so its great for the outdoors while also looking classy for any occasion.
4,000 Iranian Women Are Training Hard In The Desert To Be Female Ninja Rangers
These female ninjas “learn to climb and jump walls, hide in the mountains and slice the neck of a rival without making a sound.”
We’ve previously heard about Japan’s shortage of ninjas. The country is looking for more ninja show performers, which are particularly popular among tourists.
Well it looks like Iran will never have the same problem. Apparently, about 4,000 Iranian women are training hard to be ninjas – from learning to use various lethal weapons to performing back flips and everything in between.
Meet the female ninja rangers of Iran!
They're training hard in the desert to become fighting machines.
‘Faceless Fish’ Seen Again After First Sighting Over 100 Years Ago
The mysterious and gelatinous specie was found in the deep ocean, near Australia’s eastern seaboard.
Despite much hard work and research by scholars and scientists, humans have only been able to explore a small percentage of the world's oceans. There are deeper water territories that we have yet to study, and even more water creatures we have yet to discover. Indeed, the underwater world remains a big mystery.
Just recently, a team of Australian government scientists probing an unexplored area in Australia’s waters found a 'faceless fish' that was seen only once before over a century ago. The mysterious species was first discovered off the coast of Papua New Guinea in 1873.
Scientists found a 'faceless fish' that was only seen once before, over a century ago.
The fish was found during an expedition near Australia's eastern seaboard, 2.5 miles below the ocean surface. The sea creature looks like it has no face because of its anatomy: It doesn't have any eyes, and its mouth is under its body. It also has two spots on its head that could be its nostrils. These spots can make the fish look like it has eyes, but it doesn't.
Live Donkey Gets Fed To Hungry Tigers by Chinese Zookeepers
What do zoo tigers have for their meal? Apparently in China, they eat a live donkey! This video recently went viral and we see a group of zookeepers pushing a poor donkey into tiger territory.
After dropping in the muddy water, the animal was immediately approached by two tigers. The helpless prey can be seen being mercilessly attacked by the hungry predators.
Raincoat-wearing zookepers pushed this donkey into the water to be devoured by tigers.
One of the tigers wasted no time and hopped on the donkey’s back and then pawed and bit it. Later on, we see the tigers double-teaming the donkey as it struggled and splashed in the water. ...