After launching the Chronomaster last year, Nivada Grenchen debuted another re-issue this week on Instagram.

For the latest chapter, the newly relaunched company will re-introduce a modern version of the 1960s Depthmaster 1000 collection, including the coveted Pac-Man model (shown).

Featuring a stainless steel cushion-shaped case with drilled lugs, the Depthmaster 1000 measures 39 mm in diameter, 47 mm lug-to-lug, and 13 mm thick and it’s faithful to the past — for those that prefer smaller watches — just as with the Chronomaster.

Nivada Grenchen Depthmaster 1000

The Depthmaster 1000 will be available to pre-order in mid-February for $1,000 with deliveries beginning June 2021. There will be three dial variations at launch, including the re-issue of the Nivada Grenchen Depthmaster Pac-Man. Both modern lume and aged lume will be an option.

This is a professional dive watch and the bezel is made for diving with engraved markings including bright red graduations for the first 15-minutes. The slightly chambered crystal is sapphire, the crown and caseback are screwed-down, and there’s an automatic helium escape valve for saturation diving. Water-resistance is rated to 1,000 meters.

Nivada Grenchen Depthmaster 1000

With an eclectic mix of hand designs and Pac-Man-shaped hour markers, of the three dial designs, the Pac-Man is sure to be the hottest.

The original Depthmaster 1000s came with an ETA 2472 movement, whereas the modern version will come with a Swiss-made automatic Sellita SW-200. You’ll be able to choose between 4-5 straps and bracelets (20 mm interlug width).

Like with the Chronomaster, Nivada is delivering another faithful recreation of one of its most popular past timepieces.

Nivada Grenchen Depthmaster 1000 case size diagram

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