It features 100% marine grade stainless steel with titanium carbide plating. It features a 3 piece jewel movement with date function, ATS, pre programmed tide charts for over 200 beaches. Its also has pre programmed sunrise, sunset, and moon phase. A depth rating of 200m, screw in case back, multi sealed screw crown, heat bezel timer and a hardened mineral crystal face round out the package.
(2 out of 5) from steve lastrapes on December 31st, 2011
Comment: The real downside to this watch is that the hands on the dial are really hard to read unless your in direct sunlite. Even then it takes a few seconds to find them on the watch to read the time. Also, for some reason, the glow tips on the hands hold no glow to read in low light. They've glowed for a few minutes, but after that, nada. In order to read the time, you must activate the push button to read the time digitaly. Other than that, you might as well carry a flashlight with you so you can shine it on the watch to read the time. Kind of a bummer considering it's almosy a $400 watch. I get the black out concept, which I dug, as far as asthetics are concerned, a real Special Op's look, but you can't read the thing in low light. I'm talking about being in the shade, not in the dark. Another thing that kind of bothered me is the watch face and bezel are very shiny, and reflective. Kinda of takes away the Black Op's concept I thought it was going to be. No sneaking up on the enemy I guess. " Hey, who gave our position away?" "...Said someone was wearing a mini mirror around their wrist!" If I knew what I know now about the watch, I would not have bought it. It's a good looking watch, but i'm real paticuler about my time pieces. The none glows on the hands of the watch really got me thinking about some sort of exchange if it's a factory malfunction. But I don't want to come off as being Snarky. But again, I did pay $375 for it.