Cool Taylor divers depth gauge made in the USA around 1950’s. Some rust on the dial showing it has been used untill the rubber housing aged beyond watertightness. Could be used for depths up to 140 feet or 45 meter which was more then enough back then. Cool luminous hand. It is is on the original rubber strap that would fit over a very thick divers costume.Measures 5cm / 2 inches in diameter. Very thick high domed plastic crystal. I specialy love the way it is mounted a little of centre for easier readablity. Very cool item that breaths vintage all the way down! Make sure to watch the attached youtube video on loads of vintage watch information.
Vintage watch guarantee and ideas on use:
All vintage watches I sell are tested and working correct. When they needed service or adjustment this has been done by a professional watchmaker. I do not keep paperwork on every separate watch. I cannot give a long guarantee on vintage watches since it depends on how careful they are handled. Sometimes rough shipment can hurt them, no matter how well I package them. I will always take them back when there are problems upon receiving or in the first weeks of use. Please treat your vintage watch as a precious old timer car. Do not go out in the rain, play sports with them or take them on long holidays. Do buy a good watch box to keep them in and change your strap in time. Wear them for a few days at a time and change them out. Do not set the date when the hands are within a few hours before or after 12 o’ clock. Never use force, sent me an email if you are not sure on how to work your vintage watch.