Sometimes you love a vintage diver but don’t want an old watch on your wrist. The William L. Vintage Diver 70’s Style gives you the clean modern watch you want with an old cushion case style that you admire.
Some of the best divers came from the 70’s and it’s more popular than ever for sellers to capitalize on this trend. The unspoken problem with most vintage dive watches on the market is that they aren’t up to spec. Don’t compromise, go for the William L. and enjoy the design cues of the past while making sure your watch is actually water-resistant and keeping time they way a new watch should.
SWITCH IT UP
It comes with 2 band options: one sporty perforated leather with orange stitching that matches the markers on the dial, as well a 2 piece stainless steel mesh bracelet. Both bands are equipped with built-in quick release springbars for switching them on the fly. Perfect for #strapsaturday.
Who needs a cumbersome box that it going to collect dust in your closet and fall apart? This set includes a leather travel pouch that zips up to secure your watch, papers and extra strap.
- Reference: WLD003
- Movement: Automatic, made in Japan
- Caliber: SII NH35A
- Case: 316L stainless steel
- Diameter: 38.5mm
- Thickness: 14mm
- Lug to Lug: 44mm
- Dial: Black with white and orange accents
- Date window at 3:00
- Lume: Super-LumiNova
- Lug-Width: 18mm
- Scratch resistant sapphire crystal
- Uni-directional rotating bezel
- Screw-down crown
- Water resistant up to 100m/330ft
Includes: William L. travel case, card, manual, tag, extra mesh bracelet
Condition: Unworn, never previously owned or owned. Please keep in mind that KeepTheTime does all in-house photography and does not use stock photos. That means the watch you see in the photos is the watch you will receive. It also means that the watch has been carefully handled and tried on for wristshots, etc.
In William L.’s own words:
“Fully inspired by diver watches from the 70s, this timepiece is a tribute to retro lovers thanks to its unconventional styling, its automatic movement and its finish quality.” –William L.