The first watch I found was this diver-style watch with a rubber strap, base metal case, and non-rotating bezel. It fits well, but is a tad heavy.
The next watch I bought was this watch with a periscope motif on the dial. I was initially put off by the white strap. But, the case and dial looked cool in the store.
However, when I got this watch out in the sunlight, I realized that this watch has a deep purple color. I know that I live in an era of Boy Bands and wimpiness, but this watch looked a bit "girly" to me. So, I took it back.
I ended up getting this diver-style watch instead. This watch pays homage to classic diver-style watches. It looks a bit like a classic Omega to me.
Of course, sometimes it's hard to fathom where the folks at Structure could get their inspiration. This one looks more than a little like a Bell & Ross to me.
Structure watches are generally a good value for the money. These Sears watches seem to have a level of polish that is a bit better than similar watches from Walmart, Kmart, and Target.