|Case Thickness||12 mm|
|Engine||Rolex Calibre 2836|
|Dial Color||Blue Dial|
Bezel Material: Stainless Steel. The watch uses a stainless steel bezel, which made of stainless steel bezel material. It needs to be durable and can resist abrasion. The design of stainless steel bezel material makes it suitable for the watch bezel because of its ability to withstand a lot of pressure and friction.
Dial Markers: Roman Numeral. The Roman numeral on the dial unlike the ordinary dial, the watch uses some clear numbers as dial markings to show us what time it is.
Water Resistance: 100 meters. The watch we use a waterproof at 100 meters, which is a good feature for the watch.(The ordinary Automatic movement is just daily waterproof, need to purchase additional waterproof service which is up to 100 meters.)
Power Reserve: 40 Hours. Power reserve time is a impotant thing for a watch, 40 hours power reserve that is long lasting and enduarable.
Clasp: Fold Over Clasp. This is a great way to protect and store your watch, to make it easier and faster for the user to open and fold the watch case to keep it secure.
Case Back: Solid. We use a strong back cover, which can make the watch more durable, they can withstand harsh outdoor environments, such as rain, snow, cold or hot weather.
Engine: Rolex Calibre 2836. The ETA 2836 3200-task Swiss movement is the most reliable timing mechanism in the world. The movement is the most common accessory. It is not only the heart of the watch, allowing it to continue to operate, but also the indispensable soul of the watch, fully demonstrating its art and value.
Crystal: Sapphire Crystal. A good sapphire mirror is that sapphire has higher impact resistance, air tightness and hardness than other materials, and the processing cost is also high, so it is mostly used for top watch brands.
Watch Case: 316L. The case is made of sturdy 316L stainless steel, which has excellent corrosion resistance. The case is also hypoallergenic and scratch-resistant. It can withstand high temperature environments and provide shock protection.
Second Markers: Minute Markers around the outer rim. The minute mark around the outer edge of the glass is one of the most recognized design elements in all industries, also known as clock hands. This design element has been used in many well-known designs.