Scurfa Diver One
scurfawatches.com – $138.57
It’s a quartz movement; but if you’re an actual diver, and your priorities are function, price, and looks, this is a good choice. Scurfa is a micro brand made by a diver for divers. Also, they are currently working on an automatic (Miyota 9015). According to their website, it should be ready in 4-5 months. I’m sure it will sell well if they can keep the price reasonably low.
oakleighwatches.co.uk – $3,058.19
Most people either love or hate Panerai. I have to admit, there was a time when I despised their designs. But for some reason, they’ve started growing on me. This is a good find with the less common white dial, making it a little more unique. Also, it’s 44mm, which is much more wearable for most when compared to the 47mm offering. If you want to go big, this is a classy way to do it. Comes with box, no papers, and looks to be in beautiful condition.
Rolex Explorer II 16550
hqmilton.com – $3,300
I’ve always been a fan of the Explorer II for the value, but this specific offering is just badass. A 1984 ref. 16550 (only made for a few years before being changed to the 16570). Yes, it’s polished, but this is a lot of watch for $3,300. COSC specs, tritium, Rolex in-house GMT, date etc. I might want this one. 🙂