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Swatch Watches for Scuba?

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Lochmonster

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Anyone know if the watches Swatch makes for Scuba diving are anygood? What are some of the features on them and has anyone had any first-hand experience with them?

Thanks for any info.
 

Bobco

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Swatch are fashion watches, if you want a secondary time keeper go for Apex, citizen, or one of the other brands that have more than a flirting involvement with our sport. I would spend a few more beer tokens and get a Gekko from the nice men at Sunnto, that is if you need something to keep time with underwater, it also has the advantage of being a good dive computer as well.

Bobco.
 
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