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Item code: 35620

We will have limited stocks of this particular watch in a few weeks.

(Mineral glass and 60-click bezel)

Royal Navy spec watch with a heritage dating back nearly half a century. Capable of submersing to 300 metres / 1000ft.

This watch has the same shape case as the Royal Navy Issue Quartz with a slightly deeper profile to take the Eta 2824 mechanical automatic movement.
This configuration was not a standard issue as the slightly earlier case of the RN Divers Auto 1980 was issued for a few years before the quartz was issued.

  • Automatic issued early 1980s to Royal naval divers.
  • The original 1980 model replaced the Rolex submariner issued Milsub watch (the Cabot Watch Company auto divers watch issued in 1980 The CWC RN Quartz was issued 82/83 onwards).
  • Water resistant to 30 atmospheres, 300m.
  • One-way time elapse bezel. 60 click.
  • Stainless steel case.
  • 45mm diameter including crown (41mm excluding crown), 47mm lug to lug, 20mm lug width. Bezel diameter is 40mm, crystal is 31mm.
  • Screw down crown.
  • Screw down caseback. (Please note, the picture of the case back is for reference only; exact serial number and dates may differ between batches.)
  • ETA 2824-2 Swiss automatic mechanical movement.
  • Luminova markings. (Tritium paint no longer used in production since early 2000s)
  • Mineral glass.
  • Swiss Made, Swiss parts.
  • Fixed bars, supplied with 20mm grey strap.

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