The ultimate Zlatoust accessory?  The Dolphin 315

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    Default The ultimate Zlatoust accessory? The Dolphin 315

    Looking for the ultimate Zlatoust accessory?

    How about this Dolphin 315, straight off the set of an old James Bond film?

    A nice old wooden box...



    ...which you would not expect to contain...



    Any the wiser?



    Here's the rest of the photos...









    It even comes with the box and papers...







    Here's the seller's description...

    "Navigational equipment diving dolphin 315 Made in the USSR in 1981. The tool is designed to determine the location of the water depth, but in the same way, a measure of distance, speed and speed of the sails current. The tool can be used both in fresh and marine water. Necessary documents, installed on the document: Compass Lag (measuring the distance traveled) bathymeter Stopwatch coil cord for guidance in troubled waters for the underwater theme of the maximum diving depth of 20 metrov.ves tool 3,5 kg. Tool length 42 cm, width 37 cm near base status document Fixed all the excellent equipment. This instrument was used for military swimmers devirsatov at the Navy of the USSR An excellent and reliable tool, a good acquisition for the master of diving, as well as collectors of military equipment the Soviet Union".

    No prizes for guessing where it's for sale.

    I reckon this one has Mat's name on it?!

    Regards

    Jon'.
    Last edited by StampeSV4; 10-06-2010 at 15:40.

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    Hmm. I'd love to but I think I'd run into a few problems at home.

    I don't suppose you could store it for me?

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    Very 'Thunderbirds'!

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    Love it!
    Cheers all, Colin

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    Great, isn't it? I like the way they even used 'International Rescue' blue.

    Regards

    Jon'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StampeSV4 View Post
    Looking for the ultimate Zlatoust accessory?

    How about this Dolphin 315, straight off the set of an old James Bond film?

    YESSSS!!!

    Brilliant Jon.

    That must indeed be the ultimate accessory.

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