Features: 6 digits display with back light, chronograph with 1/100th second lap operation. Counts to 24 hours, 12/24 hours selectable. Shows: hour, minute, second, month, date, weekday. 5-minute snooze alarm and hourly chime. Stopwatch mode.
Disclaimer: Please note that white bands are harder to clean and maintain.
Please do not press the buttons on the watch when having the watch wet (ex. during washing your hands) as this might cause the water to permeate the seals. The watch should be also kept away from hot steam or vapour.
What is the difference between V4 and V3(3.0)?
Our V4 timepieces are powered by Swiss movement while our V3 timepiecesare powered by Japanese movement. The V3 has 50M Water Resistance while the V4 has 100M Water Resistance -which means the V4 is suitable for showering and pool swimming.
Both V4 and V3 timepieces are fitted with scratch-resistant Sapphire Glass – one of the strongest materials on Earth.
What is the difference between Swiss and Japanese movement?
Japanese movement is well known for its quality, but Swiss movement is regarded as the best in the world for its exceptional precision and reliability.
What is the battery life of V4 watches?
The V4 runs on two batteries. The standard battery life for the analog movement is 40 months, while the battery life for the digital display is 24 months.
Can I shower with the watch?
Yes, you may shower with the V4.
For best maintenance - make sure you don’t press the buttons while the watch is wet and keep away from hot water, steam and vapor.
If you find a problem or fault in the watch within 30 days of receiving it - return it, and you’ll get a full refund (including shipping costs if we are at fault).
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