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While taking product photos, we recognized that each of our watches had it’s own distinct character, and this led to their naming. The Defender seemed to fit in with a rougher crowd. Knives, guns, flashlights, it was like another tool that you’d use to protect. Black on Black, the Defender can be worn on an operation and left on for a night out at the casino. Please specify which band type and color you want during checkout.
Movement: Miyota OS20.
- Japanese movement built by Citizen watch company.
- 3 positioned chronograph, which is a fancy term for “stopwatch”, but when used in flying or driving for that matter, helps you determine speed, distance, etc.
- 3 sub-dials. 60 sec, 60 min, and 24 hrs.
- Pull/Push crown used to set the time and date and to adjust chronograph settings.
Case: 44mm wide, 11.5mm thick 316 stainless steel, comes in PVD black as well.
- At 11.5mm this is incredibly thin, especially for a 44mm sized watch. This gives it a sleek, low profile on your wrist, unlike many of the 44mm+ sized watches that look big and bulky.
- The case back is screw on stainless steel, which increases the thickness a fraction more than the snap on backs, but provides a lot more protection and strength.
Hands: Luminescent markers on the minute and hour hands, as well as on all 3 sub-dials.
Strap: Genuine oil tanned padded leather made in the USA.
- 22mm wide.
- 3 different colors (black, brown, and chestnut) with contrast stitching.
- Water resistant with a stainless steel buckle.
Sapphire Crystal Window: Used in most high-end watches, it provides a much higher scratch resistance than the more common mineral glass.
- Hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale.
- Only surpassed by diamond in terms of hardness.
Water Resistance: By no means is this a diving watch, but it is water resistant to 100 meters (Note. Not water proof), though not recommended to spend a prolonged amount of time in the water due to the leather strap.
Other internal components: Top and bottom rockers are 100% stainless steel, and they run through a stainless steel routing into the movement.
- A lot of cheaper watches will use a plastic router that breaks easily.
- The stainless steel adds an additional cost but increases the strength by an order of magnitude.