In 1967 – Robert Croft, A US Navy Diving Instructor became the first person to free dive to depth of 200 ft. To commemorate Croft’s exploits – Spinnaker announces its newest Diver timepiece imbibed with the spirit of his achievement.
A Japanese Miyota subdial 8218 movement provides a second display at the 4:30 position on the dial leaving the hour and minute hands unfettered.
The movement is visible courtesy of a see through case back.
Topped by a scratch resistant sapphire lens the CROFT also features a classic Cyclops date display magnifying date read out at the 3 o’clock position.
A solid Marine Grade stainless steel case measures 43mm in diameter. While sturdy in profile, subtle yet precise details are abound adding an extra level of finesse to the watch. The case features a matte finish aluminium insert uni-directional turning bezel with luminous marking at the 60 minute position.
The bezel has been engineered precisely to offer precise measurement of elapsed time at 120 clicks. The screw down crown offers a sizeable grip and excellent water resistance.
A fumee dial adds enough vintage flair without compromising visibility or legibility. The Luminous baton and circular Super LumiNova® indexes offer improved visibility in low light conditions and work within the palette of each execution of the Croft
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