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- Solid 316L stainless steel construction
- Superluminova hands and dial markings
- Secure screw bar case to band interface
- Triple O-ring screw down crown system
- Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving
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Solid 316L stainless steel case and bracelet with contrasting bezel insert. REACTOR's proprietary application of Swiss Superluminova ensures easy and long lasting readability in low light conditions. 200 M depth tested, utilizing a precision Japanese day / date movement and highly scratch resistant K 1 crystal.
- Package Dimensions: 5.1 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.32 ounces
- ASIN: B000H8EAWE
- Item model number: 60001
- Batteries: 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 20, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||REACTOR|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||46 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||14 millimeters|
|Band Material||Stainless steel|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||22 millimeters|
|Band Color||Not Applicable|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Water resistant depth||660 Feet|
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Overall this is a solid watch. The details I mentioned will make the line a better watch.
I started with 3 stars as this has been a hit and miss. I was going to upgrade it to 4 stars as the lume has been amazing but its stays a 3 because as another reviewer mentioned - loose screws.
In the first week, found the lower right main link screw was so loose it had almost completely unscrewed. Had to pocket the watch to take home to fix. But a relative who has one too - same thing - band link and 3 face screws were loose. Strength does not matter if it falls off from workmanship.
So check and tighten down the screws.
Just got this after thinking about it for a while as I had just gotten a Seiko SRP307 black monster. However, this Reactor 60001 just went out of stock. I write this as a consideration for improvements. I was going to actually write a review of the Seiko first but this Reactor actually got me to write.
Overall its a large watch. Its like wearing a stack of Eisenhower dollar coins on your wrist. Heavy. The Seiko black monster is like a stack of Kennedy dollar coins. Keep this in mind. But large is an understatement - it is almost the width of my wrist.
Very positive - Nice glow, feels solid.
Improvements right off the top - Because the Seiko SRP307 has these that I even noticed the difference and appreciate features even more.
Someone mentioned no minute hand glow. I did not think it was important until I realized looking at night that you want some reference the watch is running and not looking at a dead watch battery. Is it dead or stopped working? Cannot tell.
Small hands - large markers should be reversed. Its great that overall it glows like a Seiko but on a quick look you cannot which is hour / minute other than length. Large outside markers are nice but the hands are so small. This is selling the glow but not the functionality.
12 o'clock mark - This was really surprising how a little feature can make a difference. Somehow the watch should be clearly able to show which way is the top of the clock instantly.
Watch crystal protrudes up - Its not clear but the the watch crystal sticks up past the top of the watch. Even the silver ring is below the crystal. I have banged my Seiko twice and with its recessed crystal protected by a raised bezel, no scratch yet.
I can read without glasses. So this is telling how little things can improve the watch from these three points.
Looking at the watch at night, I found I was actually holding it upside down but did not realize it until I finally had to figure out... which hand was smaller vs larger one to orientate myself. Later on, looking at it in hand because it was not on my wrist to force an automatic correct position, I had to make a effort to make sure the watch was in the correct position. Twice I misread the time in the dark.
Do not plan to dive even both watches are 200M so there is no critical or urgent need for accuracy but the top feature of a watch is - you should be able to instantly tell time. Little features will add up.
This will be the beater watch but oddly still put on the Seiko this morning. Overall this is a solid well built watch which future watches could use little upgrades to make it even better. Misreading the time really bothered me.
Today this watch died without so much of a hiccup. Not too impressed anymore. The smudge that others talked about, turned into an opaque film on the crown making it unpleasant to look at under any light. The screwbar "case to band" system has managed to work itself free a couple of times in the last few weeks and yes...the bezel has cracked in more than one places. As for the "manly weight" others spoke off, the watch is "Top heavy" and not what you want in a ready to perform metal band watch. That's enough for reactor. Now as for my $100 less marc ecko watch that is being worn as regularly as this and still ticking...I guess I know where I spend my money next.
I am very familiar with the Reactor line. There watches are incredible. If you have not heard of them check them out at their website. You too will be impressed. I have no idea why amazon has this product on for 80 dollars. As you can see this is a huge discount from retail. Kudos Amazon!
VERY WELL BUILT WATCH! 200 meter depth, screw down crown, in the dark this thing is like a flashlight, ha ha. Very bright super luminova markers and hour-minute hands.
The only thing I would recommend is to unscrew the ten tiny alan screws around the bezel and on watch case. Put a tiny bit of Loc-tite on them and screw them back in. One review said he lost his bezel and a few of the alan screws on my watch were loose. The loc-tite would totally solve this issue
One last thing to add, Reactor carries a two year bumper to bumper warranty on all of their watches.
Great watch! JET
Prism (like other Reactors, I believe) is really built like a tank and if you are looking for a reasonably priced watch that can take a beating, this is probably a good choice. I also like its looks, as it isn't an overly large monster like some rugged watches although it probably can look quite big on you if you have small wrist and hand. It definitely is a robust watch but at the same time it has actually quite stylistic and sleek look, a quality that I want from my everyday casual watch. It is an eye catcher for sure, but not overly so. This is my first Reactor, but if it works also nicely in the long run, it probably won't be the last!
The one flaw, is the black bezel. The plastic bezel is screwed onto the watch by stainless steel screws, and if tightened down, cracks the plastic bezel. When I received mine, the bezel was broken at the locations of the screws.
This was truly too bad, because everything else about this watch is like a tank, yet the decorative front of the watch was plastic?
I'm sure if you got one the hadn't cracked the plastic bezel, it's a 5 star watch. But unfortunately this one didn't make it.
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without having to strain.
Very good Quality.
Have sent back to manufacturer. Will see how it goes...Read more