The Best Ladies' Dive Watches for 2020

Ulysse Nardin Lady Diver

When it comes to scuba diving, having the right kit can make all the difference. In an industry dominated by men's watches, we've sourced the best dive watches for ladies. If it's your first time looking, read our buying guide to get to grips with what makes a good dive watch. With a selection of top-spec diving watches for women from the likes of Omega or Blancpain as well as more, modern, sporty styles from Tag Heuer and Longines, here's our pick of the best diving watches for women, complete with watch specs.

Ulysse Nardin Lady Diver

The Ulysse Nardin Lady Diver has long been one of the most popular women's diving watches on the market. Introduced in 2016, the updated version of this classic timepiece features a mother-of-pearl or deep black dial, diamond embellishments and a choice of stainless steel or 18 karat rose gold in white, black and red colourways. On the technical side, the Lady Diver comes equipped with a 42 hour power reserve, rotating bezel, date and small seconds subdial and waterproof capabilities to 300 metres.

Case: Steel or rose gold, 40mm
Strap: Rubber with gold or steel elements
Movement: Calibre UN-320 self-winding
Waterproof: 300 metres
Prices from: £7,600 | $9,900


Blancpain Fifty Fathoms

A traditional diving watch with a few feminine flourishes, Blancpain’s signature women’s diving watch remains as true to the original Fifty Fathoms timepiece as possible. Reduced from 45mm to 38mm to sit comfortably on smaller wrists, the Bathyscaphe is waterproof to 300 metres, has a 120 hour power reserve, is fitted with a practical triple-loop NATO strap and comes in a variety of vibrant colours to suit any style.

Case: Steel, 38mm
Strap: NATO
Movement: Automatic
Waterproof: 300 metres
Prices from: £7,300 | $9,500


Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

The best selling ladies dive watch from Omega, this white Planet Ocean is ideal for those of petite proportions. With a stainless steel bracelet and case, it is available with either a blue or black rotating bezel and dial and house in a hardy stainless steel case. Powered by a mechanical movement that is waterproof to 300 metres, the indices and hour, minute and central seconds hands are coated in a luminescent Super-LumiNova material that emits a soft blue light to enable clear visibility at all depths.

Case: Stainless steel, 39.5MM
Strap material: white leather strap. Includes a stainless steel bracelet and additional NATO strap in its presentation box
Movement: OMEGA Master Chronometer Calibre
Waterproof: 60 bar (600 metres / 2000 feet)
Power reserve: 55 HOURS
Prices from: £6,000 | $2,000


TAG Heuer Aquaracer Lady

The chic white dial and polished steel bracelet make this Aquaracer dive watch from TAG practical for diving and suitable for everyday wear. Available in 12 different designs and three different diameters, the Aquaracer is great for those who like a bit of choice. Waterproof to 300 metres, the Aquaracer also offers a reliable calibre 9 movement, date window and unidirectional bezel.

Case: Ceramic, 32mm
Strap: Polished steel bracelet
Movement: Calibre 9 movement
Waterproof: 300 metres
Prices from: 1,650 GBP | 2,000 USD


Longines HydroConquest

With a slimline 29.50mm diameter case (reduced from the standard 41mm), stainless steel bracelet and stylish navy blue or black dial, the Longines HydroConquest is everything you want from a sturdy, hard-wearing dive watch. Stylish enough to wear both in and out of the water, the HydroConquest is waterproof to 300 metres, has a 40 hour power reserve, self-winding mechanism and durable scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass.

Case: Stainless Steel, 34MM

Movement: Quartz

Waterproof: Up to 300m

Power reserve: 64 hours

Prices from: £880 | $1,215


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