Perhaps the most notable feature that everyone will notice about this wristwatch is the big dial with pilot’s slide rule inner bezel ring that you can use to perform flight calculations or other complicated tasks involve measuring.
This watch also has the light-powered Eco-Drive technology embedded inside with a precise Japanese Quartz engine thus making it a great choice for both time accuracy and eco-friendly power reserve. No matter where you go, if that place has light, the watch will charge itself to extend its operating duration.
With a very “high tech” look and feel thanks to the stainless steel case and bracelet as well as the “complicated” dial, I’m sure that you can easily attract people’s attention whenever you wear this watch. And the stainless steel case and bracelet will also act like a sturdy armor to protect the watch from harms as well.
The heat-treated mineral crystal will provide you with a clear, non-reflective view of the dial and protect the inner parts from taking scratches and damages as well.
In addition to all those great features, you will find in this timepiece the following special functions such as low energy warning, luminous hands and indices, dual time display, date window, and incandescent light as well.
Finally, with the ability to resist water pressure up to 660 ft or 200 m, you can take this watch with you when going on deep sea diving or swimming.
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