A marvelous example in fantastic condition. It has some very light scratches, but the case is unpolished and really sharp! With fully intact dial and hands. The lume on the hands and brown/green dial has aged beautifully. This most sturdy Zenith comes with the original Gay Freres “step ladder” bracelet signed Zenith and dated second quarter 1970. You will also find that the end links are numbered (70). The bracelet expands, making it very easy to fit the watch outside on a diving suit. If you didn’t know that this is a diver, think again. The 300m depth rating (do not try that depth now!) of the Defy in the day, is supported by a big, screw down crown and a very solid steel case 37,5 x 44,5 mm. The crystal (unscratched on this one, as opposed to previous examples we have had), is mineral glass (not acrylic (plastic) as nearly all vintage watches had in 1970). The serial number is 722 D 303. The automatic high quality caliber 2552 PC movement beats at 21600. This is in our opinion the best looking Defy model. It will both last and increase in value!