Quartz Watch With Plastic Case
|This watch has a very bright color and is made of a silicone-elastic strap. It is wear-resistant and dirt-resistant. It has a lighter texture and is not as heavy as other men's watches. The case is made of plastic and alloy to avoid a single appearance and enhance the texture.|
Basic Info of Quartz Watch With Plastic Case
Display Type:3 hands
Index:3,6,9 space have Arabic number
Dial:Black surface and silk printing indexes
Packaging of Quartz Watch With Plastic Case
packaging:Watch box, instruction manual, warranty card, tote bag
Each watch into one poly bag and bubble bag as package.
30~60 days after order confirmed
1.Q.Why do the diving watches need to be illuminated?
All dive watches are equipped with eye-catching luminous hands and scales. Usually the pointer, scale or surface of the diving watch is coated with fluorescent material and the size of the hands and scale is deliberately enlarged to make it easier for the diver to read. The early luminous material was radium, which was discontinued due to its excessive radioactive elements. The most commonly used luminous material is Super-LumiNova.
2. Q.Why do the diving watches require a rotating bezel?
The rotating bezel acts as a reminder of the dive time. The rotating bezel has a marking scale of 15, 30, 45, because the oxygen cylinders for general diving can only be held for 45 minutes .The first 15 minutes are coloured or specially marked, as the diver will strictly follow the 15 minute safety stop during the ascent to do the diving decompression. Usually, just turn the bezel while diving, align the 0 mark on the bezel with the minute hand, and then look at the scale on the bezel after the minute hand moves to know the time spent on the dive.
3. Q. How to distinguish between quartz and mechanical watches?
Quartz watch or mechanical watch simple identification, usually the name of the watch or the bottom cover is QUARTZ or AUTOMATIC, you can clearly distinguish between quartz watch or automatic mechanical watch. Another way to identify is to look at the way the watch's second hand walks. If the second hand is a one-second-and-second jump walk, then the watch is a quartz watch; otherwise, if it is not a jump walk, it is a mechanical watch. (If you find that the second hand walks for two or four seconds at a time, this model is still a quartz watch. This phenomenon is caused by telling you that the watch on your hand needs to be replaced now, because some of the better-designed quartz watches have this device. I will walk for four or five seconds at a time to inform you in advance of the replacement of the battery.)