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- Metal-Stainless Steel
- Made in USA or Imported
- Stainless steel bracelet watch featuring stopwatch, rotary slide-rule bezel, chronograph functions, and date window at 3 o'clock
- 43-mm stainless steel case with hardlex dial window
- Quartz movement with analog display
- Stainless steel bracelet with double-locking-fold-over clasp
- Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft): In general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not scuba diving
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- Package Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 3.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
- ASIN: B005XDDSQM
- Item model number: SSC007
- Batteries: 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required.
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 19, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Function: the SSC007 is a chronograph (for those that don't speak WatchGeek, it's a watch with an independent mechanism that allows it to both tell time and function as a stopwatch). Do we have the ability to pull out a smartphone, enter a passcode, navigate to a time app, select the timer function, and time with nanosecond precision? Yes. However, nothing beats that functionality in a purpose built machine that's as close to accurate as I'll ever need. Combine this with Solar recharging and you have a machine that does not need to be rewound, recharged, or batteries that must be replaced. This watch also has other computing capabilities with which I'm less familiar. I'll admit, these are superfluous for my use (I sit in an office and am behind a computer most days), but I appreciate that some others might find them useful.
Style: Hard to beat. I'm usually a fan of the chunkier style of a diver watch, but the chronograph, with its complexity, is a thing of beauty. Add to that a simple but elegant bracelet and this watch is a stunner. 72 hours in and it's a slam dunk favorite. I'm just not sure how I'm going to explain my new love affair to my other watches.
Price: Considering you can snag this for under two hundred on Amazon compared to the thousands you'd be required to pay for a Swiss timepiece, this is clearly a no brainer. Even if you own a Swiss timepiece, there's a spot in your watch case for the SSC007; it'll go anywhere and you're not afraid of beating it up.
This watch is very well made and looks/feels more expensive than $200. The chronograph is accurate and responsive and ticks about five times a second which makes it look like it's counting smoothly, as opposed to having it tick every second. The actual watch face is depressed into the watch and is lower than the hands, as well as the inner and outer bezel rings. It looks great.
The setup was simple and the instructions were clear. I had to charge the watch out of the package, but after a day in the sun, it was ready to go and I have not seen the low battery indication since. (Low battery indication is shown by the second hand ticking 2 seconds at a time)
I replaced the metal bracelet with a 20mm NATO strap and it fits perfectly. It definitely completes the aviator look. (Sutter & Stockton 20mm Grey & Black Striped Nylon Military Watch Strap Band)
Some things to note.
- The alarm is super weak, but I have my phone to take care of alarms
- The crown does not screw down, but it has never gotten caught on anything or popped out inadvertently
Now the watch itself isn't too large. I forget the case but I wanna say 42mm (don't quote me on this). And the lug to lug is 20mm. Looks great on a leather strap also. Crown has a crown guard.
All in all, this is hands down my go to watch for casual/every day. I like it too much for it to be my beater. But by the amount of wrist time I give it, I would have to consider it my beater. I wear it much more often than some of the more expensive $1000 watches I have.
One thing to keep in mind... the slide rule bezel feature is awesome, but my 40 year old eyes find it pretty difficult to read the super fine digits. Still usable, though.