TC-9 Watches TC-9 Watches. Bespoke Watchmakers.
  • TC-9 1973 Divers Watch in Solid Bronze. Black Dial

    £350.00

    Introducing the black dial version of the iconic 1973 bronze diver from TC-9.

    Featuring a Seiko NH37 Movement.   This is an enhancement/upgrade on the usual NH35 movement the 1970s divers use as it has  3 Hands, date, and has an additional 24 Hour hand.    

    The watch shows the time in both 24 hour and 12 Hour time.   By using the hour counter bezel a second 12 hour time zone can be shown - allowing a 24 hour home time zone and 12 hour second time zone to be quickly shown.

    Specs

    Classic TC-9 1970s solid Bronze case.

    Black Dial with vintage bronze lume.   Black minute counter bezel.    Additional 12 hour counter bezel come free with the watch and can be easily installed. 

    44 mm wide.

    48 mm long.

    13 mm thick. 

    22 mm strap width

    300 meters/1000 feet water resistant

    Black, powder coated PVD crown – screw down crown

    Domed Sapphire Crystal glass. Very high quality scratch proof Sapphire glass with Anti Reflective Coating.

    Super Luminous paint on hands and dial.

    Solid Case back

    James Bond Style NATO stripey strap with black hardware that matches the crown and case back.

    Additonal TC-9 Rubber, Horween and Ballsitic Nylon Strap can be added on checkout for additional cost.

    In order to price this watch so low the watch does not come with a box as standard.   It comes with a TC-9 cardboard service box (picture attached).  This is a functional box that stores the watch perfectly but is not the TC-9 Box.   The TC-9 box can be added to your order on checkout for an additional £15.


    The watch is made and ready to send - however due to high demand in the initial offer period this watch will take at least 1 week to post.  You will receive a tracking number within one week of ordering.

    This watch is made from Solid Bronze.  Bronze is a highly tarnishable metal and the patina process has already started.  Your watch will have blemishes or patina spots on the case.  These are perfectly natural and can be polished off with metal polish or will quickly even out and disappear when the patina develop.  The bronze case may also have tiny flaws or tiny dints in it that can be seen under a loupe or by very eagle eyes under bright light.  This is inevitable with a bronze case and is part of the unique appeal.  If you require a watch with a prefect mirror finish then please look at our stainless steel range.