Sorry if I missed this one somewhere, but been searching online and also plowing through the search function posts on here for a while and have not found this particular watch yet.
My brother bought this watch new. Does not remember if he purchased it while we were still living in England or when we moved here. Also does not remember when he bought it as it has been so long ago. Anyway, he gave me the watch and now I'm looking for any and all info I can find on it.
Things like if it was a somewhat quality from back then? Model it might be if it had a number or a name? Circa? Did they consider this a dive watch, military style or what was it? Do you think the flexi band is original? I just know it has been on the watch as long as I can remember. Band has "TWISTON USA" on the inside part of the links. Thoughts on what movement it might have. Just ANYTHING I can get really.
I hope my pictures are good enough quality for you to see the watch. Bit worn and the crystal is a bit scratched up. Could certainly use a good cleaning up.
Bezel turns both ways, but is quite firm to turn. Probably gunked up. Day and date change when you move the hands through a complete day cycle. Watch has been moved about with me taking snaps of it etc. and is running right now. Not worn it to see how consistent it stays that way or power reserves or anything.
Did my best to get measurement for you. Lug width is 20mm. Round part of the case measures 35.89mm. Width with crown measured 38.8mm. Length from end of lug to end of lug measured 43.41mm. Measured 13.3 thick.
Back says Waltham, Swiss Made, Automatic, All Stainless Steel Case
Dial says Waltham, Self-winding, Incabloc 25, T Swiss made T
I can't remove the back for a movement shot, sorry. No tools or skills there. Can say that my brother never had it worked on so whatever he bought it with is what it has now. Amazed that it is still running! Don't see any numbers on it anywhere between the lugs etc.
Thanks for any help!