|Engine||Rolex Calibre 7750|
|Case Thickness||16 mm|
Crystal: Sapphire Crystal. Sapphire crystal is a good choice because it is a high-end sapphire with a good reputation.
Bezel Material: Stainless Steel. The watch bezel is the most expensive component of the watch. It is is a different way to look at watches. The design of the bezel brings a new level of quality and sophistication to the watch. This material allows for a more fused look and enhances the usability of the timepiece.
Case Back: Solid. The sturdy case back can make the watch more durable, and they can withstand harsh outdoor environments such as rain, snow, cold or hot weather.
Band Material: 316L. The watch band is made of 316L stainless steel, which is a medium-to-high-end shell material. Because it contains molybdenum, it is more wear-resistant than 304, and the grade is also high.
Engine: Rolex Calibre 7750. The watch adopts top-quality ETA 7750 Swiss automatic mechanical device. It is a highly precise timepiece that can accurately display time and date information and has a timing function.
Luminiscence: Hands. About the luminosity of the watch is hands. With this watch, you can know time anywhere and anytime.
Dial Markers: Diamonds. Diamonds in the watch are used as markers instead of Roman numerals, which will affect the appearance of the dial.
Clasp: Fold Over Clasp. We use a fold over clasp for the watch which allows the user to fold it over in multiple positions or angles for unique and unique use.
Water Resistance: 100 meters. The waterproof depth of the watch is 100 meters, which is similar as real watch.(The ordinary Automatic movement is just daily waterproof, need to purchase additional waterproof service which is up to 100 meters.)
Watch Case: 316L. The case has 316L, which is a high-grade stainless steel alloy. It is corrosion resistant, easy to weld, durable and safe to use.
Second Markers: Minute Markers around the outer rim. The small mark on the outer edge of the glass edge is one of the most recognized design elements in all industries, also known as hands. This design element has been used in many well-known designs.