This Vulcain model presented is a third version of the Nautical Seventies diving watch, Is water-resistant to 300 metres / 990 feet and features the hand-wound Cricket V-10 movement with a mechanical alarm which is audible even underwater. The alarm can sound for as much as 20 seconds way to a dedicated barrel that supplies the energy to power the serve as. A second barrel delivers the energy for the time functions. Beating at 18,000 vibrations per hour, the Cricket V-10 offers a power reserve of 42 hours. The 42 mm stainless-steel case, alternating satin-brushed and polished finishes, acts as a resonance chamber for the alarm, whose sound is further amplified by the hesalite glass. The dial is characterised by the central decompression tables in green and the 60-minute inner bezel that may be adjusted the usage of the screwdown crown at 4 o’clock. The hands and the square hour-markers offer very good readability, even at nighttime, way to the generous use of luminescent subject matter.
Cricket Calibre V-10 Movement
Decompression Tables Adjustable By a Screw-Lock Crown at 4 o’clock