The 1960’s saw many memorable moments for vintage Timex watches. Cases and dials were larger, There were significantly more models produced with automatic, calendar and day-date complications and movements transitioned from the m21 and m22 to the arguably more serviceable m24/5/7 and m31/2/3 calibers.

The 1960’s saw the production of one of my favorite Timex, the Skin diver which was produced with a calendar complication and 25 meter (60ft) depth rating, and the in my opinion superior all steel 600 feet (180m) version.

Other collectors favorites released in the 1960s include the 100 range, Bayonet, 400 series, black dialed sprite and last but not least the Marlin model that was so popular, Timex reissued it.