T.O.T (Montre Plongeur Démineur / 17 Secondes - Prototype lunette noire n°60/100 ex.), Projet 2007

The diver's watch has always been a key partner in Navy divers since the mid 50s, with the legendary Blancpain Fifty Fathoms, through the Rolex-Tudor Submariner in the 70s.

This TOT project from 2007 continues the tradition. This watch 300M designed in small series to equip clearance divers of the Navy, was produced in collaboration with its diving school. Satin finish stainless steel case (screw back enfraved and numbered) with directional steel bezel, black insert graduated to 60 (prototype). The dial bears the badge and the name of the project '17 Seconds' (from the book "17 Seconds to survive" of Yvan Southall). Luminova hands and indexes for underwater vision.

Supplied with 2 straps, a nautic leather and one stainless steel with deployant buckle.

Movement: Quartz winding caliber ISA / 1198 Swiss. 

Additional data

  • Case diameter : 43 mm
  • Condition : Very good condition (workshop)
  • Box : TOT and history of the project
  • Papers : certificate of expertise VWS by the expert J.C. GUYON