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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Tissot SEAWater Watch

The original T-Touch was purpose-built to impress your peers and consume your rivals with jealousy. Pull it out in any pub, touch the screen and it turns into a compass, complete with the hands spiralling to point North and South, a function as brilliant as it is unnecessary. This revision is built for underwater use, with several all new functions suitable for the big blue.
Sport watch, Swiss quartz movement, Black hands with orange luminous accents, Orange luminous markers, White indices, Polished stainless steel silver-tone bezel set with orange and black enamel accents, numbers and markers, Polished stainless steel silver-tone case, Black and orange crown and selector buttons, Brushed stainless steel silver-tone screw-in caseback, 200 meters/660 feet water resistant.

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- Aquatic PDA : The log book records data on previous submersions, including date, start time, depth and length of dive, so you can track your aquatic progress.
- Easy to read : Thanks to the super luminescent face and backlight, you will be able to read the time accurately in the murkiest of depths.
- Titan of the depths : It will work up to 200m underwater, making it suitable for all but the most hardcore of squid botherers.
- Hard as nails : It is shock resistant to withstand shark attacks and knocking into tables. Buttons are rubber protected for maximum water resistance and safer sex.
- Helpful dive info : The minute hand shows the depth of your dive, and the hour hand your speed. Do not confuse the spinning hands with accelerated time.
- Cold water warning : You can see the temperature of the water in Celsius and Fahrenheit. Thanks to a built-in thermometer.
- Multiple time zones : You can see two time zones simultaneously.
- Cool watch things : Other features include an alarm, calendar, and digital chronograph, so it's also useful outside of the briny depths.

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