About Wenger Sea Force Watch - Rubber Strap (For Men)
Closeouts. Boasting a precision Swiss movement, impressive 200m water resistance and durable rubber strap, Wenger's Sea Force watch is no doubt made for the water -- and is sure to be a stylish and worthy companion for years to come.
Specs about Wenger Sea Force Watch - Rubber Strap (For Men)
- Weight: 3.5oz.
- Display: Analog
- Movement: Quartz
- Case dimensions (LxWxH): 43x12mm
- Case material: Stainless steel
- Case back: Screw-in
- Bezel type: Unidirectional
- Bezel width: 4mm
- Bezel material: Stainless steel
- Strap/bracelet dimensions: 8-3/4" x22mm
- Crystal type: Synthetic sapphire
- Crown: Knurled
- Band: Strap
- Band material: Silicone
- Clasp: Buckle
- Water resistance: 20 ATM / 200 meters / 660 feet
- Calendar: Yes
- Tachymeter: Yes
- Luminous: Hands,Hour markers
- Made in Switzerland
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Me myself and I from Colorado on Wednesday, October 23, 2013I exchanged a victorinox swiss army watch for this wenger version. I have been very pleased. I'm really hard on watches and unless they have a sapphire crystal face I will scratch the glass. This watch has the sapphire crystal and I love it. The band is also very comfortable. Great watch, great price.
Reviewed by tbay from thunder bay ontario canada on Thursday, October 17, 2013great watch - attention getting and straightforward simple design
easy to read with big hands
rotating bezel is nice
value is amazing for sapphire crystal, screw down bezel , 200m water resistant
It is a bigger thick watch
Question & Answer
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“When this watch needs to be serviced such as the battery replaced where do you take it? My experience with diving watches is that they need to be handled carefully after opening the back otherwise the next time you dive they will get flooded. Please explain the maintenance of this watch.”
We do not have any specific recommendations, but it would probably be best to take it to a reputable jeweler.