Hundreds of lists are hyping the best dive watch under $300. I am adding another to the pile, but my list is different because I actually own or have owned every watch on this list! Take some advice from a guy with real-world experience with the watches he is recommending. Why Under $300? If you…
The Hull Diver watch review. Spinnaker has been around for a number of years and has a large catalog of watches, mostly dive style pieces with Seiko guts inside. Many folks refer to them as a microbrand, but I think at this point they are way past that status.
On deck today for review is the Spinnaker Cahill Mid-Size Diver. I’ve had this watch for several weeks now and I’ve had a chance to put it through its paces and get to know it well. It’s easy to see that Spinnaker has another winner on their hands.
Spinnaker’s latest release, the Amalfi Diver, looks to be another solid offering from the brand.
The Croft is no exception, named for Robert Croft, a US Navy Diving Instructor who became the first person to free-dive to depth of 200 ft. So, if you’re into diving, or things with a purpose, then you should at least like the history behind the watch.