About this watch

I have had many of these and have to say this example is one of the prettiest examples I have ever seen, it also benefits from being virtually new old stock and has recently been overhauled by our expert watch maker.

The Lator watch company produced some really high quality and attractive divers and dress watches throughout the 20th century and this example dates from circa 1968. Powered by the famous Landeron 148 (which was also used by Aqualung and Schild watch companies in their divers chronographs)

The watch has a 37 mm solid stainless steel case with screw back, the movement like the rest of the watch is pristine. By far the most attractive feature on the watch and the real talking point is the remarkable gloss black dial with complete silver details. The luminous markers and remarkable luminous hands have aged to a gorgeous creamy yellow, it simply is one of the prettiest examples we have seen. Don’t miss this opportunity to grab a truly stunning piece of 60’s Divers watch heritage, in near new condition and with the best dial we have seen.

Our stock number T166

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