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Specifications

Dial

White anti-glare and anti-U.V. with luminous treatment. Graduated unidirectional 60-minute rotating bezel. Also available with black dial.

Bracelet

Black shockproof semi-rigid plastic and synthetic canvas with Velcro type fixing. Also comes with stainless steel bracelet.

Case

Satin finish stainless steel case filled with mineral oil. Specialized rubber and steel screw down back to compensate for expansion of oil according to temperature differences. Screw-lock crown. Anti-glare sapphire crystal.

Movement

Quartz movement, long lasting battery (4 years). With date function.

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