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|Numéro du modèle||T4004.357.37.01|
|Numéro de pièce||T4004.357.37.01|
|Type de Verre||synthetic-sapphire|
|Type de fermoir||fold-over-clasp|
|Matière du boîtier||stainless-steel|
|Diamètre du boîtier||40|
|Epaisseur du boîtier||13|
|Matière du bracelet||stainless-steel|
|Longueur du bracelet||mens-standard|
|Largeur du bracelet||2 pouces|
|Couleur du cadran||black|
|Caractéristiques spéciales||chronograph, luminous, stop-watch|
|Type de Mouvement||Quartz|
|Type de Garantie||Manufacturer|
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Description du produit
Swiss Ronda 5040.B/quartz movement, Military watch, Classic Chronograph BD Pro Blue, Limited blue edition, White luminous hands, White dot markers, Analog date display, White indices and luminous accents on outer concave ring, Brushed stainless steel PVD coated bezel is etched with a white tachymeter ruler, Brushed stainless steel PVD coated case selector buttons and crown, Brushed stainless steel silver-tone screw-in caseback, Sapphire crystal, mb-microtec H3 illumination, 100 meters/330 feet water resistant
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J'ai appris par contre qu'en France cette luminescence est interdite. (Du coup, quand elle sera HS ou la jeter??)
mais au poignet a par dans les ténèbres complet il ne ce passe rien
très déçu perte de temps
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The feature which sold me on this particular watch aside from the tritium, was the Sapphire crystal. The Sapphire crystals on my other watches have proven to be extremely starch resistant.
The "second" hand however is irritating at best. Every watch is off just a little when the second hand is at 12:00. Because the second hand on this watch is non-functional except when used in Chronograph mode, the misalignment is even more evident and stares you in the face every time you look at the watch. If I ever take it in for service, I'll have the watchmaker either align it exactly top dead center, or remove the hand entirely as I rarely if ever use as a stopwatch.
BUT - for a general purpose watch it is very acceptable, very comfortable, and easy to live with. While the tritium illumination isn't as bright as on the cheaper Uzi Protector I also bought recently, it is good in no-light conditions and the fact that illumination is everywhere (each hour, two main hands plus the second hand) makes it very easy to read quickly, such as when you wake up in a hotel room halfway across the world and are wondering just what on earth the time is.
The date is visible by day but is difficult to see when I have the compartment light on at work at night on my locomotive. I have to get my flashlight up close to the watch to see the date.
Another issue is that the second hand is within one of the circles of the chronograph which is small and not illuminated by the tritium. Therefore, I must rely on the stop watch to do a minute timing when I just wanted to be able to keep track with a glance of the second hand and not by using the stopwatch.
Other than the date and second hand issue, the tritium illumination is nice. The stop watch is also good and the switch back function is cool to view at night.
Bottom line, its a good watch for the right person. It just didn't meet my needs so I returned it. Now I'm wondering if I should just go back to a digital watch.
Let's talk about the Pros
1.) Price: The price of the watch is fantastic. Traser really does a wonderful job in keeping their prices down, while at the same time producing the greatest watch with the best technology that can be found second to none. The price could easily be a few hundred dollars more, but no complaints from here. I hope that Traser continues to produce even more fantastic watches for the given price.
2.) Weight: The watch is a bit heavy, but any watch that is worth it's "weight in gold" will be. I really don't mind that the watch is heavy since I like to feel that I am wearing a watch. It is not so heavy that it's uncomfortable, but you will notice it.
3.) Fit: I had to remove three links since my wrist is not all that large, but no regrets. The way I have the watch now it fits great. I enjoy the watch a bit tight, keeps the watch from going around my wrist all the time.
4.) Time: It keeps extremely accurate time. I'm using the World Clock to syncronize my two watches from Traser and so far I don't have any complaints about either one.
5.) Look: The watch itself looks very fancy. The face is not to small or to big. The numbers are big eoungh that I have never had any trouble reading the time.
6.) Clasp: I can't believe how good the fold-over-clasp locks. It will keep your watch safe and secure on your wrist. Sometimes I have a hard time opening the clasp since it fits securely.
CONS: (very very minor flaw)
1.) Thickness: I wish the watch was a bit thinner (about 8 or 9 instead of 13 mm). As I said before it's a very very minor flaw. I would not keep myself from obtainning another Traser.
Overall I do not have any regrets on purchasing the Traser. I will give it 5 stars overall.