Buying a versatile dive watch can be a tricky proposition -- sure, a luminous face and unidirectional bezel are important, but if it doesn't match your suit you'll be eaten alive. By sharks. Who hate clashing. For a dive watch designed to suit your needs, hit up DWATCH.
Letting you customize a slew of individual elements and enlisting a master Swiss watchmaker to manufacture your ticker from scratch, D's an Israeli e-outfit helmed by two watch-collecting scuba buddies who longed to build their own affordable wrist clocks, then realized they also longed for your money. Making your 1000m water-resistant job personally attractive's easy, thanks to a ground-up DIY widget: choose a case finish (brushed, polished, PVD...), pick out a bezel (e.g., black, "beadblasted" stainless steel, etc.), and designate the colorway for the dial, which is avail as a non-numeric "indexed" job or with alternating over-sized digits, though in the event of an emergency they'll never be able work your cell's key pad. Other adjustable deets include the shape & color of the hour, minute, and second hands (48 combos in all); the metal used on the crown; and the strap, which you can get in two different versions of German brushed mesh, or in four colors of "natural Italian rubber", a surprising evolutionary disadvantage given how sexual a people they are.
Should you lack flavor, there's a catalog of pre-fabbed designs as well, including one particularly classy series of variously-colored indexed dials & bezels they call the Sting Ray, a creature that doesn't hate clashing, but apparently hates UPS outfits.