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Hands-On With The Vulcain Nautical Steel

This is the Vulcain Nautical Steel timepiece which we shot earlier this year at Baselworld. It comes in a 42 mm diameter steel case with a tall vintage style box crystal on the front and a triple steel case back. It is powered by a Cricket Caliber V-10 alarm movement. Functions includes hours, minute, seconds, alarm and a rotating decompression table which is controlled by a screw-locked crown at 4 o’clock. The alarm can be used underwater and is audible down to the timepiece’s maximum depth rating of 300 meters.

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Hands-On With The Vulcain Nautical Seventies Dive Watch

At Baselworld, Vulcain introduced a replica of the 1970 Vulcain Nautical model. The Vulcain Nautical Seventies watch is water-resistant to 300 meters, can indicate successive decompression stops and has an alarm that is audible underwater. While this Vulcain diver is aesthetically based on the 1970s watch, that timepiece was based on a 1961 Vulcain diver, which was the first wristwatch capable of descending to 300 meters and audibly warning its wearer when to surface, all while indicating the various decompression stops.

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