The Limited Edition VULCAIN Nautical Seventies Vulcain Trophy is a brilliant reproduction of the famous 70s model

Vulcain is one brand that is always in the fringes of commonly known brands. For watch enthusiasts, this brand needs no introduction. There is a vast legion of loyal fans.

Old school divers will love the “dive computer” designed into the dial. A computer that does not need battery. Like slide rulers, users, by following simple rules can easily calculate the necessary decompression time needed for a particular dive.

For me, the gem is still the alarm complication.

With its vintage look, collectors will want to have one in their collection.

NAUTICAL SEVENTIES Vulcain Trophy
Ref. : 100159.082L
Specifications:

  • Case: 316L steel
  • Back: triple case-back
  • Dial: blue
  • Diameter: 42.00 mm
  • Thickness: 17.60 mm
  • Glass: hesalite
  • Water resistance: 300 metres / 990 feet
  • Movement: Calibre Vulcain Cricket manufacture V-10, mechanical 12-lignes manually-wound alarm movement, 25 jewels, 157 parts, twin barrels, equippe with Exactomatic system, 48° angle of lift
  • Decoration: nickel coating, blued screws
  • Functions: hours, minutes, central seconds, alarm, fixed dial with decompression-table indication and 60-minute graduated rotating inner bezel ring activated by a screwlocked crown at 4 o’clock
  • Frequency: 18,000 vibrations/hour
  • Power reserve: 42 hours
  • Alarm duration: approx. 20 seconds
  • Strap: 22/18 mm
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