Today we have a look at the Mido Ocean Star Decompression Timer 1961 LE mark II. This Rainbow diver by Mido has received a lot of hype. Let’s have a look in this hands-on video why that might be the case and if it is indeed worthy of all the hype:
- Movement Automatic Mido Caliber 80 (ETA C07.621 base), 11½’’’, Ø25.60 mm, height: 5.22 mm, 25 jewels, 21,600 vph. Decorated Elaboré-grade movement, oscillating weight decorated with Geneva stripes and the Mido logo.
- Functions: HMSD + day. Adjusted in 3 different positions for high accuracy. Up to 80 hours of power reserve.
- Case: Polished stainless steel, unidirectional rotating bezel with black aluminium ring, large dot in neutral SuperLumiNova® at 12 o’clock, Ø40.5 mm, 2 pieces, box sapphire crystal, polished screwed crown with original Mido logo and screwed case back with polished starfish in relief, engraved serial number + limited edition number, water-resistant up to a pressure of 20 bar (200 m/660 ft). Lug to lug comes in at about 47mm.
- Bracelet: Braided polished stainless steel, brushed clasp with original Mido logo and safety catch. Bar with spur system for quick changes. Two additional straps included.
- Dial: Silvered White, with polished indexes adorned with neutral Super-LumiNova®, date at 3 o’clock. Polished applied original Mido logo.
- Hands: Flat diamond-cut hour and minute hands with neutral Super-LumiNova®, flat diamond-cut seconds hand.
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