A daily-wear timepiece with the classic look and functionality of skin diving watches of the 1970s. With a sapphire crystal, choose the dial, bezel, case size, and movement type.
The Dan Henry 1975 Skin Diver is sporty with style. Crafted with 150 meters of water resistance, and a case that is thinner and smaller than traditional oversized scuba timepieces, the 1975 Skin Diver is ideal for sports on water, or casual wear on land.
As a sailor who created this watch, I wanted a slim and ergonomic timepiece for my sporting life at sea, and for the everyday wear of casual divers and water-sports adventurers. - DH
Skin diving watches from the ‘70s were carefree timepieces, with brightly-colored dials for high contrast and quick reading, large bezels with wide numbers, and high-profile sapphire crystals. Aiming for comfort and practicality, the skin diving watches of the ‘70s never exceeded a 40mm case diameter.
Like the original timepieces, the 1975 Skin Diver is designed as a sleek version of heavy underwater watches -- the perfect mix of ruggedness and flair. Created to be comfortable and practical for everyday use compared to its bigger brothers, the 1975 Skin Diver is well-suited to aquatic sports and urban life.
The Dan Henry 1975 comes in two diameters: 39mm and 37mm, and with dials in orange, white, black, or gilt. You can also choose between a high-beat automatic or the meca-quartz sweep seconds movement.
Delivered with a strap crafted from high-performance FKM rubber, or with an optional stainless steel bracelet.