Eaglemoss Military Watches Collection.

Issue 14 - 1960s Israeli Naval Commando

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The watch depicted in issue 14 is a representation of an Eterna KonTiki Super watch, it was a preferred watch of The Israeli Navy Special Forces Unit, Shayatet 13.
Members of this elite unit go through a two year programme that produces a highly trained soldier capable of operations on land, air and sea, both surface and underwater.

Polished 43mm case, 45mm with crown, 52.8mm lug to lug, 10mm deep, 38.2mm interior aperture.
The back case description is incorrectly spelled as "Commander" not "Commando". 33.7mm flat glass.
Non rotating bezel, black inlay with silver coloured marks and Roman numerals at 10 minute intervals.
Black 34.5mm dial with white minute markers on the outside ring and green triangular hour marks on the inside ring.
Chrome green filled hands. Triangular tips, plain chrome seconds hand
Lume on minute and hour hands only.
20mm Sand coloured, nylon strap, white stitching, polished Buckle, aprox 180-225mm fitting.

Some owners have noted a brown discolouration on the case, left after removing the 'pull' sticker from the watch. I found mine also had the mark, this was easily removed in a few seconds using a specialist stainless steel polishing cloth. However the discolouration worsened over time, I would advise reporting any such tarnishing to Eaglemoss as soon as possible.
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  1. is that my watch's Avatar
    again like the case but the strap was not the best and lume was not great but some people liked the watch there was a few case of the case discolouring but that was not that many think it happen once on another model think it was the crown discolouring on that one issue one if I remember right
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