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The Sea Rescue Diver "Tactical Model" DLC coated

 

 

The Sea Rescue Diver, a diver featured with the remarkable  ‘3-minute radio silence markers’ as often seen in a maritime Search and Rescue environment. The right specs for diving, a durable construction, quality materials and combined with a classic timeless design assure that the SRD will stand the test of time.

 

Each rescue diver will be supplied with:

● Full solid SS bracelet, DLC coated, with diver’s extension.

● Extra silicon strap included (black) with a DLC coated SS heavy duty TWCO buckle.

● Extra/spare pair of SS pushpins.

● Screwdrivers for adjusting the bracelet. Click here for instruction.

● Spring bar tool for putting on the silicon strap. Click here for instruction.

● A professional Explorer case.

 

Movement:

● Miyota 9015.

● 28.800 Beats per hour (4HZ).

● 24 Jewels.

● Power reserve over 42 hours.

● Automatic winding.

 

Specifications:

● 316L Surgical Grade Stainless Steel
base material, DLC coated.

   Click here for an explanation.

● Sapphire crystal with double

   anti-reflective (AR) coating

   on the inside. Click here for an explanation.

● Matte DLC coated finish. Click here for an explanation

● Hands & dial indexes with Super-LumiNova®

● Screw down crown with quintuple Viton® protection seals. Click here for an explanation.

● Double Viton® protection sealed caseback. Click here for an explanation.

● 600m (60ATM) water resistant.

● Double lug holes. Click here for an explanation.

 

Measurements:

● Case Diameter 43 mm

● Bezel Diameter 44 mm

● Thickness 15,5 mm

● Lug to Lug 51 mm

● Between lugs 22 mm

 

Functions:

● Date display @ 4.5H.

● Hours, minutes and central second with balance stop (hacking).

● Unidirectional 120 click bezel with 20 minute marked and luminous dot at the triangle of the bezel insert (0/60minutes).

● Inner ring with 60 minute markers.

● 3 minute radio silence markers. Click here for an explanation.

 

*For Sea Rescue and emergency operations:

To increase the chances of a weak distress transmission being received, three-minute periods of radio silence are observed on the hour and half hour on distress channels. With the exception of distress traffic, all transmissions must cease during silence periods.

 

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