The Decima MAS Strumento XZ221-001 1000 Meters Professional Diving Instrument from Ennebi has a 47mm Grade 5 Titanium case, 16mm thickness,
bidirectional bezel with preset intervals of 2,5 minutes; Bezel Index at 12 o'clock made in 18K gold, 25 Jewel Automatic movement, ETA caliber F2560, Incabloc anti-shock system, Water resistant to 1000M, Organic Crystal (polymer PMMA), 5mm in thickness, Black dial, on a Brown Calf Leather strap with Grade 5 Titanium buckle.
It also comes with 2 Black Calf Leather NATO straps that use the titanium buckle the watch comes with.
We were the US Distributor for this watch years ago and just recently discovered that we still had this watch in the safe.
It was never sold to an end user.
It is near perfect with only a couple of light marks from stock wear.
It is in proper working order and keeping time.
It comes with the wood box, 2 tools to change straps, remove buckle, remove bezel, and open case back.
I found an instruction book, but it was for a different number watch.
Asking $2,995 via Wire Transfer Including US Shipping
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The Decima MAS Strumento XZ221 is born from desire and passion, and, to bring forward artisans and experts know-how in a chosen selective style. Embedded with symbols of valour of the Italian Military frogmen 'Incursori' special unit, this instrument commemorates an historical event in which a handful number of 'sommozzatori' (frogmen) demobilized and destabilized the enemy forces without endangering any human lives. For this heroique action, Italian officers and sailors received the 'Medaglia D'Ore al Valor Militare' (Gold Medal of Valor) by the Italian Government, (Alessandria, Egypt - December 1941).
In 1945, during an extraordinary ceremony, Crown Prince Umberto of Italy was about to pin his nation's highest decoration the 'Medaglia d'Ore' on de la Penne's chest. From those in attendance, a man who like Sir. Winston Churchill regarded his old-adversary as a man who was an extraordinary example of courage and genuity, stepped forward, Sir. Charles Morgan (Vice-Admiral), former skipper of the Valiant and said: 'Thanks to de la Penne's warning, not a life had been lost among the 1700 Valiant's crew'.
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