CX Swiss Military Watch - 20'000 Feet

Jan 04, 2010
The CX Swiss Military Watch TM brand is continuously pushing back the boundaries of technology in order to discover new perspectives. The company has eloquently proved this fact by issuing its revolutionary 20000 Feet watch.

The new timekeeper provides a totally unprecedented feature: it is submersible to more than 6,000 meters. Reserved especially for extreme enthusiasts, the watch is highly resistant to the pressure equal to 750 kg/cm2 experienced at the bottom of the ocean. It is resistible even to a dynamite blast and even to rifle bullets.

The innovative 20000 Feet watch relies on a COSC-certified self-winding movement - ETA cal. 7750 Valjoux. Paved with 25 gemstones, it features a balance wheel, which beats at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour. The movement is endowed with the Antichoc system, which incorporates the Incabloc shock-absorber. It also comprises a Glucydur balance bridge and a Nivaflex mainspring. The mechanism offers a 48-hour power reserve. The watch functionality includes hours, minutes, seconds, date and chronograph.

This novelty from the CX Swiss Military Watch TM brand comes with a case sculptured in titanium. It measures 46 mm in diameter and is 28.5mm thick. The weight of the case constitutes 265 grams. It demonstrates a screw-down crown and pushers, which reveal red safety markings, visible when unscrewed.

The case is fitted with a unidirectional rotating bezel. It is assembled with a 10mm domed sapphire crystal, treated with anti-reflective coating. This model is equipped with such professional diving feature as a helium relief valve.

The case of the 20000 Feet watch embraces an attractive dial, performed in silver, black carbon, blue or yellow. It is completed with hours, minutes, and seconds sub-dials, located at 12, 6, and 9 oclock correspondingly. They are kept company by a small seconds counter, nestled at 9 oclock. The date aperture, meanwhile, is positioned at 3 oclock. The dial also exposes Superluminova-applied indices and hands, as well as red chrono hands.

The CX Swiss Military watch, reviewed by, is accompanied by a titanium bracelet, which is equipped with a folding clasp with safety catch and micro-adjustment. Alternatively, it can be mounted on a separate genuine rubber strap and a rubber extension strap, intended for dry-suit diving.

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