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It doesn't get more military than this.

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Commissioned by LCdr. Dick Marchenko, founder of Navy Seal Team 6, the watch had to meet some very strict criteria. The Japanese quartz mvt. is protected with D3o

The case is filled with krypton gas to prevent condensation from the wide temperatures variations form a HALO jump into tropical theater for example. The first battery change and gas refill after three years is free. USD$40. afterward + shipping.

Currently it is filled with 78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen with traces of Krypton and Argon. he he he....

The lume is very bright and the watch comes with a shroud.


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7 hours ago, Chromejob said:

Wow. Do I need an active SSBI to see it in daylight? 

I'm surprised it doesn't some with extra straps, etc. 

They use kryptoplite® lume. The watch comes with a shroud for night time use because it is so bright. The watch is/was available in stainless with matching bracelet or PVD as pictured with either PVD bracelet or silicon rubber for and extra $50. I have seen some in camo canvas.

Good review here.

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15 hours ago, BlueKnight said:

filled with 78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen with traces of....

... Ooh, where can I get some of that?

I've a twelve year old boy who would love that watch.

Good write up   :thumbsup:

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