“ Brand: Traser / Gender: Men / Type: Classic / Clock Mechanism: Quartz / Display type: Analogue „
This watch at first glance looks simple. It has no tachometers or anything one
might be used to from all the stuff they show you on stores. It shows the date, tho.
Don't let it fool ya. This is a quality Swiss watch.
Adjusting time and date is simple enough. Like in any watch
like this, just turn the knob, pull it a away from the clock one
notch and turn, etc.
Once I held it the first time, not only was it light even though it is made of steel,
I was able to see the time even in direct sunlight.
It also has fluorescent on the pointers and under the number
which makes it easy to see in dark.
I love the big numbers on the dial, because I have an vision impairment
so this is a big plus to me. Sadly I had to shorten the bracelet,
but then again, I have very slim fists. The bracelet is one
of those flex types by the way.
The clock uses battery powered quarts oscillator.
There are also other variants of this clock available.
The same color, with black leather strap and two white dialed
ones with either a metal flex bracelet or a white leather strap
Usually it takes for a watch to "stick" to it's place and it wobbles
around before that, but since it's so light I barely noticed it.
According the box this game in, it says it can be taken down up
to 50 meters underwater, whereas my old wristwatch at similar
price range held only till 5. Hah. It also comes with 3 year
Even though it is an good looking clock, the pricing for it kinda steep
considering the lack of features besides the basic date and water
pressure tolerance, there is nothing more to go with it, but
then again it would just take away from the idea of building
something simple and stylish and en up just being another
mainstream gargantua sitting on your wrist.
Now for the bad part.
During my normal daily routines ad some point I had managed to create
a huuuuge scratch on the watch and honestly have no idea what caused it.
I don't recall of what material it is made out but something that cost
this much makes it kinda inexcusable . Changing those glasses
ain't a very cheap process of even plausible .
Of course, this could have been a faulty part, but if the manufacturer
likes to market itself as quality Swiss wristwatch maker, maybe
they should consider little better quality control practices.
Hopefully my warranty will cover that, but I have my doubts.
These are not cellphones, they are supposed to last little bangs and
smacks, so keep that in mind when considering purchasing this watch.
But if you are willing to risk breaking your new, somewhat expensive toy
or can afford to break them, it's still a sleek looking watch build
by the Swiss so you at least rest assured the internals should be working
for generations. Just mind the glass.
Traser Classic Basic Black Men's watch (T4102.240.A2.01) / Shape of the case: Round / Glass type: Mineral crystal / Casing material: Stainless Steel / Wrist band material: Stainless Steel / Colour of the dial: Black / Silver coloured strap/bracelet / Digits: Arabic / Batteries: yes / Water resistant: yes / Water resistance: max. 5 bar / Style: discreet / Product line: Military watch Classic Basic Black / Second's hand: centered / Diameter of the case: 40 mm / Watch strap: Stainless steel / Dial design: black / Hand colour: silver / Clasp type: Fold over