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|Price||AU$ 1,398 (= [SOLD])|
|Number of jewels||25|
|Chronograph, Date, Tachymeter|
For Australian customers cost is A$1,538.00 - Including GST (Aust)
FORTIS Aquatis Diver White Day/Date WR 200m Automatic Watch 647.11.42 SI.02
The B-42 Stratoliner is a striking watch with a really cool retro appearance. With a 42mm 316L brushed steel case the timepiece is designed to attract attention. What makes this timepiece so interesting is the sporty white dial with contrasting black numerals and markers. Other attractive features include a black rotating bezel, Incabloc shock absorber, tachymetre scale, steel bracelet, two black chronograph timers, large day/date window and sapphire crystal lens. Powering the watch is a Swiss made self-winding Valjoux ETA 7750 mechanical movement. This calibre comprises 25-jewels and oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4Hz).
- Movement :
- Automatic Swiss movement 2836-2, 11 1/2 ''', 26 jewels 28,800 semi-vibrations per hour Fine timing device and Incabloc shock absorber
- Hour, minute, centre-stop-second Day / date indication bilingual English and German
- Steel brushed, three-parts, 42 mm case diameter Turning bezel silver/anodised with 60 minute-scale (120 divisions) Luminous capsule at pos. 12 h Sapphire crystal anti-reflective coating on both sides Screw-down caseback Water-resistant 200 m / 20 bar
- Dial completely coated with Superluminova white and blue afterglow in the darkness Triangles at pos. 3 h next to the date and day indication illustrating the direction of rotating the crown for quick adjustment Arabic numberals and indices black, blue centre-stop-second hand with luminous dot superluminova Day / date indication at pos. 3
- Silicone strap white with brushed steel folding clasp
- Packaging Leather box, pouch with FORTIS logoInstruction manual, international warranty cardSpecial Features Light ocean blue afterglow on the whole dial Case back embossed with the emblems of the Russian space Authorities