Buongiorno to everybody, Whilst I was doing a bit of research prior to picking up this superbly patinaed example of an A3630, I noticed that info is not really available. I've looked around a bit, and what I've understood is that the piece is very rare because, back in the day, Zenith wished to maintain its high-quality standard and refused to create "cheaper" skin divers. Zenith being Zenith, (not the first choice as far as divers are concerned) this piece didn't sell well, like most of the brand's diving timepieces... The watch is totally in-house, has a 2542PC movement (an automatic caliber with a non quick set date). Size wise, the watch is a perfect 38mm, has a very slender & elegant profile, basically is at home with a suit (not a diving one though ). The dial has a really nice texture and a simple layout, the date is between 4 and 5 (classic Zenith), the inner minute track is in a contrasting color. Over the years, two types of hands have surfaced on these watches, the ones on my watch being the most elegant and less diver-esque of the two. I wasn't planning on buying an A3630, but when I saw it for sale I couldn't resist. The watch has an all-round incredible patina, from the yellowish minute track to the superbly ghosted bezel, looks unpolished and works like a charm (for now). You really feel it wasn't designed for hardcore diving when you realize the bezel turns in both directions... Anyway, I just wanted to post a quick "review" of my latest crush, and create a bit of awereness for a model that remains obscure. But, most of all, I'd like to know if anyone has had/owns one of these beasts? What are your impressions ? Cheers!