Here's an exceedingly rare 1960s Nivada Grenchen Depthomatic Supercompressor diver in steel.
Check out the killer dial, with red and white numerals set against a gray rotating inner bezel. The red seconds hand and slashing hour hand. And that cool black fixed diver's depth gauge bezel (with a bit of paint loss, nothing major)...
It's called a Depthomatic because the bubble depth gauge -- that rubberlike tube surrounding the dial -- can be read underwater. Don't ask us how ...!
This Nivada is a burly 43mm wide, excluding the signed crowns, by 44mm from lug to massively sculpted.
Not...not...NOT for the faint of wrist.
The ETA 2472 automatic movement keeps excellent time.
You want a diver that not everyone else has? Strap this on.