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Round 100 Metres/10 ATM Water Resistance Wristwatches

Wear a round 100m (10 ATM) watch whenever you're on the move. These watches may be worn when snorkelling, swimming, or free diving in shallow water. They are able to withstand being fully submerged in water and are typically built with case backs that are secured with screws. With a traditional shape, they have a classic appearance.

Available Display Types for Round 100m (10 ATM) Wristwatches:
  • Binary
  • Digital
  • Analogue
  • Analogue and Digital

Binary watches display the time in a bar graph with ones and zeros. They are typically built with backlighting, so you can easily see the time in poor lighting conditions. Designed with functional and stylish displays, digital wristwatches are the ideal additions to your wardrobe. With numerous features and functions, you can select one that has precisely what you're looking for.

Popular Features Found in Round 100m (10 ATM) Watches:
  • Altimeters
  • Chronographs
  • Diamond Accents
  • Timers

Watches with altimeters can measure altitude levels, and chronograph watches are versatile and convenient, elegantly combining stopwatch capabilities with a regular time display. Diamond accented watches have a gorgeous, luxurious, and timeless look. Watches with timers are useful accessories that you can wear all day long.

Water Resistance Ratings for Round 100m (10 ATM) Wristwatches:
  • 100m (10 ATM)
  • Divers 300m (ISO 6425)
  • 50m (5 ATM)
  • 300m (30 ATM)

100m (10 ATM) watches are designed to withstand being fully submerged in water, making them safe to wear at the beach or pool. These watches may be worn while snorkelling, swimming, or free diving in shallow water. Divers 300m (ISO 6425) watches can be worn while scuba diving or swimming. They are generally built with screw-in case backs, designed for total protection from water and moisture.

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