As an entry level watch, this is still a hell of a timepiece from Bathys Hawaii. You get the great looking case done in a specially hardened metal, the iconic dial, a Swiss movement with a big date complication, and the durability you’ve come to expect from all the hype. Plus, you get all the brand persona that Bathys has worked hard and deservingly, to get. At $650 you start with this Bathys 100 Fathoms watch and can easily work your way up.
See my Bathys 100 Fathoms Quartz Watch Review on AskMen.com here.