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Hi everybody!

Selling my beautiful Vetta diver watch. If you know you know. Took me around 3 years to find one and this was my grail , a very rare watch. From what i understand, was made in the same factory that made the Doxa watches, the Jenny factory in the mid to late 60s, hence the similarity of the dial with the famous Doxa Army watch. This was one of the first 1000m divers ever made, and has amazing colors on the dial and bakelite bezel. Screw down crown screws down tight. Original bracelet and endlinks will fit a 7.3~inch wrist, seems to be full length. Bezel turns with no issues and firm clicks (and is huge for use with dive gloves). case has scratches all over from general use but is ALL ORIGINAL, NEVER POLISHED!. 46mm with crown, 47/48mm length and thickness is about 16mm. Dial is just fantastic with great patina on the lume!
Watch is automatic with no date change, These old movements usually work with the old "back to 9" trick in order to change the date...No known service history so advise a service. Will entertain trade offers, divers only (something unique and big) and probably would prefer trading down + cash, but would much rather sell.

Looking for 2300USD OBRO +3% via paypal, which includes uninsured EMS same week shipping worldwide (insured is another 25USD). have many great refs here on wus, just look my name up on wus..

No returns, im not a dealer, just a collector.

Sorry for the photos, if need more contact me..Thanks Jeff and CT!


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