Here's a recent acquisition: A Clama dive-style watch. It is very DOXA-like! :)
The waterproof stamp on the stainless back leads me to believe it is from earlier than 1970. The watch face and hands are in vg condition. The case is in good condition.
The watch does not run. If I tap the side of the case, the second hand advances one second per tap.
There isn't a quickset date- set the date by moving the minute/hour hand. The stem has two settings: pull the stem out to set the time, push it in to handwind in one direction, then it "clicks" when rotated in the other direction.
The elapsed time bezel rotates in both directions with no clicks. The GMT bezel does not rotate, but appears it should as it does have some fine knurliing on its edge. It appears there is a logo on the crown.
I'd like to see if anyone has some history on this, and whether it makes sense to get the works repaired. I'm heading out on a business trip on Tuesday, and know of a good watchmaker in that city that I may take it to.
Any info on history and/or on what could be wrong with the works would be appreciated!