Friday, February 17, 2017

JS Watch Co Sif North Atlantic Rescue Timer (N.A.R.T.) 1948 – New Version

JS Watch Company introduces a new addition to the Sif NART 1948 Collection of watches, made in honour of the Icelandic Coast Guard Patrolling the North Atlantic seas from the skies for over 60 years. The Sif North Atlantic Rescue Timer (N.A.R.T.) 1948 is a classically styled Pilot rescue watch that is water resistant to a depth of 1000 meters.
The watch is modestly proportioned in a 40 mm brushed steel case made from the finest German surgical grade Stainless Steel "316L" with Anti Reflective Sapphire Crystal over a Matt Black dial with Arabic green luminous numerals and indexes and green luminous pilot style hands, handmade 20mm Vintage pilot strap or Steel bracelet.
The SIF NART 1948 comes with a Swiss Made Mechanical movement “Execution Top” with Automatic winding, 25 jewels, 40 hour power reserve, Custom decorations, Blue screws and Rhodium plated finish.

Technical details
Swiss Made Mechanical movement “Execution Top”
Automatic winding
25 jewels, Custom decorations, Blue screws and Rhodium plated finish
40-hour power reserve when fully wound
Fine tuning: “Assortment Chronometer”
Shock protection: Incabloc
Adjusted to five positions

Material: Surgical grade German Stainless Steel "316L".
Diameter: 40mm, height 13.5mm.
Surface finish: Brushed Stainless Steel.
High strength 4.0mm Sapphire Crystal with multi anti reflective coating on the inside
Solid Stainless Steel back
Screw down crown
Water-resistance: 1000 meters
Lug width: 20mm

Matte Black Pilot style
Green Super-LumiNova material on numerals and indexes with a long lasting green glow
Date display at three o'clock in black

JS 1948 Pilot
Rhodium plated with green Super-LumiNova and a long lasting green glow

Handcrafted Italian Leather with quick release spring bars, Rubber and Nylon straps with JS Watch co. Reykjavik buckle or optional deployment clasp
Steel bracelet also available

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