I’m deeply in awe of this fascinating watch by Nivada. Based on a design from the 1950s, the Sea Diver chronographs feature the same design as the original set of watches, just in update materials and durability.
From the site:
Nivada timepieces have been in the watchmaking industry since 1926, the year when Jacob Schneider first created it in Granges (Grenchen). In 1976, his son Max took over the business. In the United States of America (USA), the Croton Company distributed all Nivada watches. The timepieces can have either the Nivada or Croton signature, or both.
The pieces are currently up for pre-order and I’m kind of in love. You can check out the seemingly endless parade of models here and spend a few grand on one when they launch later this year.
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