Skagen are one of the leading fashion brands in the UK, famous for their slim watches and clean, uncluttered dials. As you’d imagine the Fisk dive watches, just launched, also have the bare minimum of features with clearly marked dials and simple, rugged cases, featuring a screwdown crown.
For £149 you get 100m metre depth which is OK for swimming and snorkelling, although we wouldn’t recommend serious diving with this watch. The dial has bright lume on the hour markers and the three hands too – always useful at night on dry land of course.
There’s a black/steel model and an all-black model with a Milanese mesh bracelet – both feature a 42mm case. Battery powered of course and luckily the caseback is a screw-on/off type, not the usual tricky Skagen flip-off variety.
Skagen watches are notoriously difficult to open in our experience, so a screwback is a welcome change. Just buy a simple three pin tool on Amazon and a clamp, and you can do your own battery changes.
More here at Skagen online.