Right there at the beginning of diving watch history
Think “Vulcain” and the first thing that comes to mind is “Cricket”. That would be selling the brand short; Vulcain is a treasure trove of watchmaking sleeping beauties that resonate with a nostalgic vibe. The Skindiver Nautique is all set to make a splash in the vintage-like market. Inspired by a Vulcain model launched in 1960, it is powered by ETA’s 2824 three-hand Swiss automatic caliber with a 38-hour power reserve, the workhorse among the famed movement maker’s range of mechanical calibers.
Its resolutely vintage presence make this 1,490 CHF diver's watch more than a compelling proposition in the landscape of reissued diving watches of yesteryear. The Skindiver Nautique has all the attributes of an underwater tool watch, as evidenced by the ultra-legible Super-Luminova-enhanced hands and indexes, which come in khaki brown for an elegant contrast by day and enhanced legibility in low-light conditions, and the unidirectional fluted bezel with black ceramic insert and contrasting white markers. Rated to a depth of 200 meters, the watch is ideally proportioned with a 38mm stainless-steel case.
Is offered in three versions:
The Skindiver Nautique 38mm comes with a matte black dial with white transfer-printed minute track and signature, khaki brown Super-Luminova-enhanced hands and hour markers; the ‘quick-change’ strap is leather with a black carbon pattern and matching stitching.
The Skindiver Nautique 38mm with a vertical brushed blue dial; transfer-printed minute track and signature in white; khaki brown Super-Luminova-enhanced hands and hour markers; the leather strap with a black carbon pattern and matching stitching conveniently features a ‘quick-change’ system.
The Skindiver Nautique 38mm comes with a Salmon dial; transfer-printed minute track and signature in white, khaki brown Super-Luminova-enhanced hands and hour markers. The leather strap with a black carbon pattern and matching stitching conveniently features a ‘quick-change’ system.
Acknowledged for its iconic models and its unique mechanical movements, the Manufacture Vulcain holds a distinctive place in the world of fine watchmaking thanks to its iconic models and unique mechanical movements. The company, which has been active since 1858 in the production of exceptional timepieces, is now established in a mansion in Le Locle, cradle of Swiss watchmaking.
With more than 150 years of history and innovation, Vulcain perpetuates its historical heritage and unique know-how. The manufacture has a prominent role within the international watchmaking landscape thanks to its high-quality mechanical timepieces manufactured in-house. The Vulcain manufacture has always been located at the heart of the Neuchatel mountains, in the cradle of Swiss watchmaking. The brand
is now housed in a private mansion in Le Locle and perpetuates the tradition of fine watchmaking that has always shaped its identity.