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This $109 Diver’s Watch Will Give You Two Timepieces For The Price Of One

Put your thing down flip it and reverse it.

When it comes to diving watches there’s not many around you can drop to the bottom of the ocean and forget about. We’re not suggesting you do that on purpose, but should you ever need a dedicated quality diver’s watch which isn’t afraid to take a few knocks under the water or get lost at the bottom of the sea, all the while looking damn good, the Timex Navi Ocean 38mm Reversible Fabric Strap Watch is for you.

Besides its 100 metre water resistance rating, the refined piece also features a reversible fabric strap which can give the Navi Ocean two completely different personalities in one timepiece. In other words you’ll be getting two watches for the price of one. The strap is a simple reversible slip-thru strap which features reflective detailing on one side and black on the other. A quick and easy solution to matching your watch with any outfit.

As part of the Metropolis collection the Navi Ocean features a 38mm antiqued metal case which houses a Quartz movement and a dial with design inspiration from the cockpit instrumentation of today’s supersonic jets. In other words they’re highly legible both on land and at sea.

Shop The Navi Ocean Reversible Watch $109

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  • Snorlax

    $109 for 100m? Hell no.

  • bdeshaies

    The white hands with a white dial are a disgrace. A diver watch should be readable at a glance with high contrast. It would have looked better and improved legibility immensely had they painted the outline of the hands black…

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