Seven Dive Watches Under $7,000

Dive Watches Under $7,000

When we think of our favorite summer watches, we instantly think of the dive watch. It’s got that undeniable aquatic aesthetic that pairs perfectly with an afternoon on a sailboat or evening stroll on a boardwalk. Dive watches for summer may sound cliché, but there are actually a number of practical reasons the dive watch is the ideal summer timepiece. They’re purpose-built watches designed to withstand summer conditions, like a refreshing dip in the ocean. There’s no better season to add a dive watch to your collection. That’s why we’ve rounded up seven of our favorite dive watches under $7,000.

IWC Aquatimer “Tribute to Calypso”

dive Watches Under $7,000 - IWC Aquatimer

IWC’s special edition Aquatimer “Tribute to Calypso” adds a fun summer twist to the model’s classic design with a pop of color. The distinctive model is a tribute to the legendary explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, who spent many years traveling with the renowned “Calypso” research vessel. The “Tribute to Calypso” was produced in a limited quantity of just 2500 pieces, making it particularly unique.

Rolex Submariner

dive Watches Under $7,000 - Rolex Submariner

The Rolex Submariner really doesn’t need much introduction. It’s the ultimate dive watch, boasting an iconic design that has remained largely unchanged for over 60 years. Since its inception in 1953, it has set the standard. The Submariner is equally practical and stylish, making it perfect not just for summer but for all four seasons.

Panerai Luminor Submersible

dive Watches Under $7,000 - Luminor Submersible

At first glance, the Luminor Submersible reflects the distinct aesthetic that’s uniquely Panerai. However, the exclusivity of the model comes from its unconventional development. In 1995, famed actor Sylvester Stallone was filming the movie Daylight and requested a customized Luminor to wear during underwater scenes. The Luminor Submersible was born, first in a limited run and later as a permanent collection.

Breitling Superocean Heritage

dive Watches Under $7,000 - Breitling SuperOcean Heritage

Breitling may be most widely known for their pilot’s watches. However, they’re an equally superior producer of dive watches. The Superocean Heritage celebrates the model’s 50th anniversary. It features a modern design that’s equal parts fashion and function. This robust timepiece is an awesome companion no matter where your summer adventures take you.

Cartier Calibre de Cartier

dive watches under $7,000 - Calibre de Cartier

The Calibre de Cartier was the brand’s first sport model to feature their own in-house movement. The rugged dive watch aesthetic is a bit of a departure for Cartier. However, the simple, straightforward design approach to the Calibre de Cartier in combination with iconic features, like sword-shaped hands, give a nod to the brand’s classic style.

Bell & Ross BR 02 Marine

dive Watches Under $7,000 - Bell & Ross Marine 02

If you’re looking for a dive watch with a more unconventional design that’s a departure from the classic dive watch aesthetic, look no further than the BR 02 Marine. Bell & Ross takes an avant-garde approach with modern black carbon coating offset by a pop of aquatic blue accents. This sleek and sporty model is a fun and unique alternative to the typical dive watch.

Omega Seamaster Professional 300M James Bond

watches under $7,000 - OMEGA Speedmaster

The debut of Omega’s Seamaster on 007’s wrist in the 1990’s forever linked the timepiece with the James Bond movie franchise. This particular variation, the Seamaster Professional 300M James Bond, was first worn by Pierce Brosnan in the 1995 film GoldenEye. Needless to say, this model is not just an impressive tool watch—it’s a power watch.

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