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By TLex No, your eyes aren't deceiving you - it's a Fossil! I never thought I'd see the day that I'd start posting Fossil watches, and I'm by no means a watch snob! Still it's quite a looker, albeit in a somewhat generic vintage style, and what's more it's even fitted with a Swiss auto!

The Limited Edition, Fossil Breaker Dive Watch has a 45mm Stainless steel case with a Sapphire crystal and a water-resistance of 200 meters. The watch is powered by a Swiss made STP automatic 1-11 caliber with 26 jewels, 28,800 vph and a power-reserve of 46 hours.

The watch comes presented in one of those orange water-proof boxes along with a rubber divers strap and a black and blue NATO strap. MSRP is 445USD . . .


  1. Very nice, but more then double what I would want to spend on a brand like Fossil! If they are coming up for around $ 200, then they are probably in the realm of "interesting" One other comment is, it might look 'cool' to deliver in a waterproof box with all kind of diver straps, but that is a good way to push up the price to unacceptable heights! I would buy it on bracelet and if I really wanted it on rubber or NATO (I would NOT) I'd buy it later...

    1. How can it be cost $200 only since it comes with Swiss Auto movt that is high beat and better power reserve than traditional ETA2824 plus sapphire crystal. With WR200m, it more than enough for a dive watch demand. I think its very reasonable price at $455. Many micro brand are selling at even higher price with similar spec.