Does anyone actually use a dive watch anymore? I'll bet that 90% of the dive watches sold are for a kind of status only. I have two, and Omega Seamaster which I don't use at all. And a small swiss watch makers all Bronze watch that I bought in Cape Town South Africa 20 years ago. That one I wear daily and use diving for nostalgia, mostly.... although it's lume is an absolute torch underwater so it's easy to see the time. The case is a bit gnarly in appearance with the dark old tarnished bronze look. It's only polished bronze on the edges where it frequently rubs on a shirt sleeve.
Dive computers have replaced the need of the old dive watch about 100% as far as I can tell. I still love dive watches but they seem to have gone by the wayside now.