U.S. Army

U.S. Army Women's US/1012BKSV Black Dial Watch

Graceful yet highly professional, this U.S. Army-authorized stainless steel watch is an excellent choice for everyday couture or business wear. The round, brushed stainless steel bezel is inscribed with a 30 and a 60 at the 6 and 12 o'clock positions, and it has textured bumps to denote 5-minute demarcations. The case extends to protect the crown, and it measures 1.25 inches in width to the tip of the crown. The bracelet band features a thin brushed stainless steel sures 1.25 inches in width to the tip of the crown. The bracelet band features a thin brushed stainless steel exterior that frames a polished square center. The white Arabic numbers jump out from the black face background. The dial also has an interior set of 24-hour markings. Other features include: Japan quartz movement Three-hand display with thin, luminous hour and minute hands and yellow second hand Day and date function at the 3 o'clock position Two-sided push mechanism opens butterfly clasp easily U.S. Army logo at 12 o'clock position Ridged crown with embossed U.S. Army star A very durable metal alloy (usually containing 10-20% chromium), stainless steel is virtually immune to rust, discoloration, and corrosion. Water Resistance This watch is water resistant to 330 feet (or 100 meters--a 10 ATM rating). It can be used for pool-side diving or snorkeling. Before using the watch in or near water, be sure that the crown is pushed in completely. If the watch is underwater or wet, do not use pushers, rotating bezels, or crowns. Once it has become wet, wipe it dry as soon as possible; if it comes in contact with salt water, rinse cases and bracelets immediately and thoroughly with fresh water. Warranty This watch is warranted to the owner against all defects in material or workmanship. This warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear or abuse and excludes batteries, case, strap, crystal, and bracelet. The movement of any timepiece requires periodic cleaning/timing, which is not a defect and, as such, not warranted. Watch Glossary Terms Bezel: The surface ring on the watch that surrounds and holds the crystal in place. A rotatating bezel, found with some sport watches, is useful in calculating elapsed times. Case: The metal housing of a watch's mechanical parts; sits below the bezel and face. Crown: Also known as the winder, it is a button that extends from the case that adjusts time and/or date. Crystal: The clear cover over the watch face, ranging from plastic to mineral crystal (heat-treated for better scratch resistance) to sapphire crystal (most expensive and durable) Dial: The printing or application of the watch's numerals, indices, or surface design. Face: The visible side of the watch where the dial is contained, showing either Arabic or Roman numerals. read more

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