Technically, a diver’s watch is used to monitor how long a diver has been underwater and, equally importantly, how much air is left in their tank. To qualify as a dive watch, it should have a water resistance of at least 100 meters, although higher-end models can go far deeper than that. Watches for diving are durable, superbly crafted timepieces made to withstand the rigours of aquatic environments. But very few men aspire to being Jacques Cousteau. Most men aren’t thinking of deep sea scuba diving when choosing a diver’s watch. But that isn’t the point. Most men choose these watches because they’re high-performance, functional and look great. Rugged, masculine and bold is what best describes these watches. Anytime is proud to offer a wide range of diver’s watches by some of the best watch brands.