Manufactured in the 1970s, and using the patented EPSA super compressor case, the Divingstar was marketed toward commercial use and released under both Cyma and Doxa branding, since both were owned by the Synchron watch group. While many brands made compressor watches, the Cyma is perhaps one of the rarest such models produced during this era.
With the burly 43mm case and a bright orange bidirectional bezel, this watch strikes an impressive presence on the wrist. The matte black dial combines extraordinarily well with the matching orange hands, while the presence of generous amounts of lume proves this was a watch meant to stay legible in deep water.
Best of all, we have restored this piece to almost factory condition, with a newly refinished dial and hands, working lume, and a new crystal and screw-down crown. We have also combined it with a black sailcloth rubber strap that I believe compliments the dive aesthetic nicely.
Movement: Automatic Wind: Cyma R.804.00, 21 jewels Movement has been inspected, and keeps accurate time. One year mechanical warranty included. Case: 43mm (not including screw-down crown) stainless steel case and back Strap: Rubber sailcloth padded divers strap in black Overall condition: We have restored the watch to a fantastic original condition, with a professionally refinished dial and hands and a new crystal made to original spec. Dial, hands, and the bezel pip have been relumed, and glow brightly in the dark. Nos, unsigned crown screws down tight.