From the 1970’s, a ‘Navigator’ model diver by Tissot with an automatic Tissot Cal. 2481 movement (equivalent to the Omega Cal. 1481) that has been professionally inspected in-house by Localtime.
I believe the watch is NOS and other than a few micro-hairlines (you can see them on the macro shots if you scroll down the listing), it is absolutely mint. It is in honest/authentic condition throughout and ready to proudly wear or join your collection. The 37.50mm [40.25mm counting the logoed crown] stainless steel case is in unpolished condition and has only been lightly cleaned. The black dial, hands and bezel are a feast to the eyes. I have made many photos, including some closeup snapshots just for fun but also to allow you to enjoy the intricate details. This lovely watch is fitted with a same-period NOS tropic-style rubber strap in black.
As with all the watches I handle here at Localtime, the BIN price includes a written 6-month written warrantee from the date of purchase. Feel free to contact me for whatever questions you might have.
Extra: Try my Localtime tropic-style straps! Let’s face it, we all wish we could use the vintage, original type, but they are nowhere to be found anymore. If you do find them, they are very expensive or dry and stiff if they were not properly kept all these years. Not to mention the fact that 22 & 24mm are really rare as hen teeth. I have found these straps to be a good alternative to the vintage tropic straps and very comfortable. They come in 4 sizes [18-20-22-24mm] and with 2 smooth, floating keepers. The straps themselves are black and have a nice tropic pattern on them. Their length is 85mm on the buckle end [including the steel buckle] and 120mm on the tail end; so not short but not too long either. I include a pair of good quality speed pins too. Feel free to contact me for whatever questions you might have. They can be purchased separately from eBay item number 132475721565.