Genuine Seawind by Buler Vintage Diver Automatic Watch!!! Made in the 1970's-1980's. Extremely rare in this condition, considering it's age. Bi-directional rotating top bezel with GMT function. Day in German and English.
Quick set date, a rare feature for those times. The lume on the markers, Arabic numerals and hands, still shines without a problem. EXTREMELY RARE MODEL, SIMPLY AN EYE CANDY!!
The caliber has been fully and professionally serviced by my watchmaker who is Swiss certified: fully dismantled, cleaned the old oil, re-oiled with exact type of oil for each part and regulated, thus keeping accurate the time. The chromed case with a bi-directional rotating top bezel that has a 60 minutes scale on it, GMT with 12 time zones and a domed acrylic crystal will, safeguard your precious timepiece for many years to come. The black dial with white markers for the minutes, markers and Arabic numerals for the hours, sharp printed white. > logotype at 12 o'clock and day/date at 3 o'clock, will make this watch an eye catcher.
Luminous hands, hour marks and Arabic numerals (charged them at light and the light pretty well for it's age, still going strong). The screw-on stainless steel back, makes the watch water resistant (splashes and rain drops, tho avoid any contact with water, since it is a vintage timepiece). It is secured on your wrist by black genuine leather band that closes with a stainless steel buckle. I also have another one, in excellent working condition, for a better price.
Just browse my collection or simply message me!! High quality Swiss made analog automatic movement. Caliber: Baumgartner 158 31/7(CLDD). 25 jewels, barrel with jewel bearing. Indirect minute, hand friction clutch on barrel (Roskopf type, although with separate minute wheel).
Day: set by +/-24h; German and English (you can choose from the setting of the date). Date: quick set by 30min reverse and forth setting. Indication of time: hours, minutes, seconds.Power reserve: 40 hours tested. I had tried to make pics from all angles. I do have many watches, but you will get what is seen in the pictures. They are not stock photos. Please review the pictures carefully. They are part of the description. I try my best to provide accurate descriptions and pictures, but occasionally I miss something. I will consider that you accepted my terms and description.
Please don't hold me responsible for the carriers performance. A never-ending source of misunderstandings often caused by the irresponsible advertising of certain competitors, who are usually the ones to refuse any responsibility when damage by water occurs. Here are the facts in plain English: 1.
Every known brand submits the watch to a 2-phase test in a chamber, where it has to withstand to pressure for the minimum length of time required by industrial standards. It may seem a paradox, but low pressure-resistance, say at 0.5 bar equivalent to 50 cm depth is more critical to achieve, because increasing pressure tends to compress the seals, thereby increasing the resistance; the second phase test conducted at 3 bar 30 m. Because of a solid case-construction, the known brands watches will resist to 10 bar 100 m.Or 300 ft and we could confidently call it a «diver's watch» 2. HOWEVER: The water resistance of a wristwatch is constantly challenged by mechanical wear caused by bumps, shocks etc.
Rapid changes in temperature, caustic acids, chemicals, etc. And can therefore not be guaranteed as a permanent condition. I renounces to using inflationary «theoretical» claims; the decision to wear your valuable timepiece for swimming, diving or in the Sauna is yours. On a side-note: only very few specially trained and equipped divers reach depths of 100 m and wear professional computers to indicate the life-saving compression- and decompression data; at such depths, normal watches will just not do.