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|Numéro du modèle||55507|
|Numéro de pièce||55507|
|Type de Verre||Minéral|
|Matière du boîtier||Acier Inoxydable|
|Diamètre du boîtier||48 millimètres|
|Epaisseur du boîtier||17 millimètres|
|Matière du bracelet||gold|
|Largeur du bracelet||25 millimètres|
|Couleur du bracelet||Métallique|
|Couleur du cadran||Jaune|
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There is a place for each watch style, but overall I'm most likely to want an analog, day/date. In the past couple of years I've gravitated towards larger (45mm face diameter at least) analog watches, preferably with a day and date display. I've come to love the heft of an all stainless watch and the feel of a metal bracelet.
I hemmed and hawed for days trying to decide if I wanted to buy this Reactor model. Once it arrived I was in love.
This watch is a 48mm wide chunk of stainless timekeeping loveliness. The watch was packed in a cylindrical container housing the watch and an additional link segment (plus another pin and pin sleeve).
This watch is built unlike any other I've ever seen. The bracelet attaches to the watch case with thick cross bars, rather than the traditional spring bars. The links of the bracelet are connected to each other with a snuggly fitting friction pin inside a sleeve (an arrangement I've never seen but would appear to add additional strength to the bracelet assembly).
For perspective, I'm 6'1" tall, and weigh 185 pounds. I had to remove only one link to get the fit I'm accustomed to. The bracelet is just as high quality as the watch itself.
This watch has the standard outer timing bezel which I can say without prejudice is perfectly tensioned. I've seen timing bezels on my Seiko's that are so unreasonably tight they are almost useless, to the cheap, loose feel of low priced watches, but this Reactor gets it right.
Of less value to me but nonetheless a feature of this model that may be of use to others is an internal timing bezel, accessible via the upper screw down control knob.
The lume of this Reactor was equally impressive. Not having been exposed to daylight at all and only minimal incandescent lighting, all numerals and markers glowed impressively when brought into total darkness.
Above all I like the heft, size, weight and display layout of this guy. More to follow as time goes on but if first impressions count for anything this one is a winner!
The 10 year battery is great. Most batteries last only 2 years. Solar battery cells are harder to replace.
This is a large and substantial watch that is always noticed when worn casually, and always functional when worn diving. If you want a watch that puts all it's money into functionality and durability this is a great choice.
Hope that helps!