ArmourLite FireFighter Watch Editions Announced

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posted on April 20, 2012
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ArmourLite's unique shatter, high-impact and scratch resistant crystal stands up to the stresses of the day-to-day job demands faced by firefighting personnel. The heavy-duty, stainless steel case is plated in black PVD with a choice of durable wrist bands including black stainless steel, black rubber tread and black and red carbon fiber. The 13-jewel, Swiss Ronda 540D Chronograph movement features a 1/10 second Chronograph up to 30 minutes, a center stop second (1/1 sec.) with ADD and SPLIT functions and a 30 minute counter up to a 10 hour counter. The ArmourLite FireFighter Watch editions also include a unique red and yellow "eye" that counts hours, crucial to monitor when on the job.

ArmourLite FireFighter watches are all Tritium illuminated; never needing an outside power source for bright, clear illumination in any kind of lighting situation. The markers use H3 bright Tritium Green for exceptional clarity and readability. The watches also feature a power saving mechanism with a pulled out stem; thus reducing the consumption of power by an amazing 70%. A steel rod also connects the casing to the band connectors for added strength and durability. The all-black ArmourLite FireFighter watch in three wrist band versions is water resistant to 330 feet (100 meters) and comes with a 2-year International warranty. ArmourLite FireFighter Edition watches AL88-Rubber with black rubber tread band and AL88-CF with black and red carbon fiber band retail for $475.00 and the AL99 with the black stainless steel band retails for $500.00.

Contact [email protected] to purchase the ArmourLite FireFighter Edition watches or any other fine ArmourLite watch. Check us on Facebook.

For more information on ArmourLite watches visit www.armourlite.com.

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