Four Water-Loving Watches for Ladies

Harry Winston Ocean Chronograph AutomaticHarry Winston Ocean Chronograph Automatic
The Ocean Chronograph by Harry Winston has an elegant dynamic to it. Crafted from 18K gold and set with diamonds it can easily accompany any gala event, especially since its size of 36mm in diameter is very elegant. Let its good looks not distract you because, with its rubber strap, automatic chronograph movement, and 10 bar water resistance, it feels at much at home in the water as outside of it.

Ulysse Nardin Diver LadyUlysse Nardin Diver Lady
The Diver Lady by Ulysse Nardin shows that elegance does not deter from its technical capabilities. Yes, it will look amazing while sun tanning, with its mother-of-pearl dial and diamond, set hour markers, but inside ticks caliber, UN-320 fitted with silicium hairspring and escapement. The construction of the case, complemented by the screw down crown, makes it water resistant to 30 bar and the diving bezel with rubber inserts, as well as the legible hands ensure that it is a loyal companion for when you feel like a dive.

TAG Heuer AquaracerTAG-Heuer Aquaracer
The Aquaracer has become a staple in the world of diving watches. TAG-Heuer offers this watch in smaller, but still very legible, 35mm and 32mm versions. They rank from very serious diving watches on textile straps to more elegant versions set with diamonds, or even made fully from ceramic.

Blancpain BathyscapeBlancpain Bathyscaphe
This Baselworld Blancpain launched the Bathyscaphe in a 38mm version. Although we should call this watch a unisex model, it is most likely that many women will embrace this new version. In a way, it also goes back to the original Bathyscape and Fifty Fathom models which were smaller as well. The Bathyscape is also relatively thin with a height of only 10.77 mm. It is fitted with caliber 1150, which offers a 100-hour power reserve, while the steel case ensures a water resistance up to 30 bar.

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