Modern watch brands are popping up left and right these days, but only few of these brands actually exhibit quality watchmaking that are typical of watches that have been around for decades. Neymar is one watch brand that is proving to be the exception, as the company has been making great watches since 1995. The Neymar brand is for the completely active person that’s looking for a way to keep track of time in the outdoor world. If you happen to be in the market for a good active watch, Neymar has some great options for you. Here are the five best Neymar watches you can buy on the market today.
Neymar Bronze Men’s Watch for Diving
Some of the watches that Neymar specializes in are diving watches. This watch starts off with thick Italian leather for straps. Both the buckle and the casing are made out of CuSn8 Bronze. The bezel features a tachymeter measure that encloses a simple black dial. The markers are very simple as well. All the markers are circular except for the six, nine, and twelve o’clock positions. The markers and hands are all luminous as well. There’s a calendar feature on the three o’clock position. This watch can handle depths of up to 500 meters, perfect for the deep diver. It’s a beautiful watch that can handle a lot of pressure. You can wear this underwater or on a night out; it’s quite versatile.
Neymar Water Resistant 3300ft/1000M Men’s Diver Watch
It’s incredible to come across a stainless steel watch that can handle 1000 meters of depth, and that’s exactly what this Neymar can do. This 44mm casing holds a rotating bezel system. The dial is typical of the brand with a calendar feature on the three o’clock position. The markers and hands are all luminous, and the hands actually feature a nice design touch. The metal straps are high quality and made specifically for diving. They’re made with rose gold advance PVD. There’s a professional helium valve at the nine o’clock position that allows the watch to handle external pressure reduction when necessary.
Neymar Bronze Men’s Watch Slim/Thin Style
This is probably one of Neymar’s dressiest watch options. While the watch can handle up to 100 meters of depth, which basically means that it can get wet, it’s designed more for everyday wear. The straps are made with genuine black Italian leather, and the case is made with CuSn8 bronze. The black dial is enclosed in a sapphire crystal glass case. The watch uses a Japanese automatic movement. This is one of few Neymar watches that actually use Arabic numerals for markers. It’s a classic design for the classic man. It’s also a great introduction into the brand if you’ve never worn a Neymar before.
Neymar Automatic 1000M Dive Watch with Helium Release Valve
If you’re looking for an all-black watch that you can take with you to the deepest parts of the ocean, this automatic dive watch is the way to go. First off, the watch can handle up to 1000 meters of diving, which is plenty of depth for the diving pro. The watch also features a helium release valve that allows the watch to handle external pressure reduction especially during emerging. The all-black look of the watch is simple. The watch is made with black DLC PVD with a stainless steel case. A domed thick sapphire crystal glass protects the dial, and the bezel is also a rotating system. This watch uses a Japanese automatic movement.
Neymar Men’s 44mm Automatic Watch
This particular Neymar watch is one of the brand’s most affordable options. It’s made with all stainless steel from the metal bracelet to the casing. The rotating bezel is typical of Neymar watches, and it encloses a typical Neymar dial as well. This beautiful dress watch is unbelievably capable of handling depths of up to 1000 meters. It’s one of the nicer looking diver watches out there. It has a helium valve at the nine o’clock position and a date indicator at the three o’clock position. This watch uses an automatic movement, and all markers and hands are super luminous. It’s definitely one feature that you’ll find useful while you’re diving deep.
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