We like Enicars, and are happy to present a recently serviced Compressor cased example. Also noted as Sherpa 600 Seapearl, the back cover is full of information: case 140/013, serial number 736401 and Brevet314962 – the Swiss Patent number for the EPSA “Compressor” case. A nice detail is the Enicar logo on the cross hatched crown. This is the typical crown for the compressor cased watches, where the minor brands usually skipped their logo here. The silvered sunburst dial is very nice with applied markers and the “T” for Tritium lume placed on top of 6 to obtain symmetry. The luminescent material is all intact both on dial and hands, the markings for 6, 9 and 12 having full length lume. The solid stainless steel 34,5mm case has a wide bezel, and is dated 9-65 on the inside back cover. The manual Enicar movement has caliber 1141. This is a true vintage, with “special features” and can be used every day, although it should not be considered “Waterproof”! It represents a reasonable investment in a reputable brand, as Enicar is not existing today. Therefore you will be free from being burdened by the “re-editions” Swiss watch industry of today seems dependent on.