Founded in 1900, Technos peaked in the popularity of watchmakers in the 1960s and 1970s. One of the most famous vintage models is the Skydiver.
A stainless steel waterproof case with a rotating aluminium bezel and a screw-down crown. Luminous is arranged in a wedge-shaped three-dimensional index on the gilt dial of the black mirror.
Tritium is contained in all hands of hours, minutes and seconds, and it has a unique shape and good visibility. Comes with a windshield with an original lens. There are variations on the dial.
It is a specification with the notation of 30 jewels.
The case is non-polished and has a solid edge. It’s unclear if there were variations in the bezel colouring technique, but unlike what you see often and the texture, it’s an ageing ghost bezel that you rarely see in skydivers. The black mirror on the dial is glossy and the luminous colour is aged in beige, giving it a neat look.