Monday, June 1, 2015

ManchesterWatchWorks - The Armada, Solar Powered Dive Watch

After the successful market launch of its Tatoskok dive watch, ManchesterWatchWorks is introducing Armada, the first micro brand solar powered watch designed for diving watch enthusiasts.

Designed to match the specifications of recreational diving, the Armada is equipped with a solar powered Seiko Epson VS37 movement that can deliver an astonishing 6 months of power reserve in total darkness. The state-of-the-art titanium lithium ion battery that provides power to the watch is so energetic that needs only a fraction of time to charge when exposing to sunlight. The Seiko Epson VS37 solar movement can be powered with all kinds of light.
The well designed and finished 316l brushed steel case that measures 41mm in diameter is tested for a water resistance up to 200m water resistance. The dial and bezel of Armada takes inspiration from the dive watches of 70s. Its 120 click unidirectional bezel comes with choice of black or blue aluminium insert with BGW9 lumed 12:00 triangle. The Armada will be offered in 2 dial design choices with thick Swiss BGW9 lumed indices and hands.
The Armada comes fitted with scratch proof flat sapphire crystal with inner anti-reflective coating, engraved screwed down caseback and crown. The Armada is offered with a black water resistant patterned leather backed strap with engraved steel buckle or an optional solid stainless steel h-link bracelet with engraved flip lock clasp.
ManchesterWatchWorks has recently launched an online crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter for promoting its solar powered dive watch Armada. Kickstarter launch price is only $184 for the leather strap version and only $224 for the steel bracelet version.

Visit the following link to discover the ManchesterWatchWorks - The Armada, Solar Powered Dive WatchKickstarter Campaign:-

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