You may be looking for a military watch because you need a timepiece that will withstand the tough combat you’re likely to face serving in the armed forces, or you could just want a reliable timepiece that not only looks good but is resilient enough to last a long time but it can be tricky knowing which brand to go for with so many choices out there.Well here are the Top 3 Military Watch brands for you to take a look at, all with something different to offer:
The oldest brand out of the three, Traser H3 were the first to create tritium gas technology which provides a continuous illumination source for up to 25 years, commonly used in the watch hands, hour markers and bezel and cemented themselves as the standard US Military issued watch since the 1970’s.The Traser Watches collection includes models designed for any combat situation including aviator and Special Forces versions with exclusive technical additions.The original Traser H3 P5900 Type 3 Watches series is still one of the bestselling and most work military watches in production.
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Once again we are talking about Time Concrete with model ITA15: chronograph quartz movement.
This model, like many others is available in a choice of bracelet, case is always the same, brushed steel and black dial.
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Davosa watch company announces a new product called Military Automatic. A model of the original design, made in military style.
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Brand: Bell & Ross
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Model: BR03-92 Military
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The BR 03 Blue Ceramic is the new military watch from Bell & Ross. Case, bracelet, hands and numbers – it seems as if there were nothing to this clock is not blue.
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A Passion for the Outdoor born very young, an engineering degree in his pocket and military service in the paratroopers!A happy blend of curiosity, scientific knowledge and love of nature from this mix comes his training in outdoor activities with particular attention to the “emergency preparedness”.
Officer on leave of paratroopers, now Red Cross volunteer and instructor in the context of rescue involving the use of special tools and techniques.
Passion for taking part in excursions around the world, calls for airsoft, and military training for officers on leave.
The profession has led him to perform military advice such as “Future Soldier” of Finmeccanica. In his spare time produces high quality mapping tools that are supplied to many military (including Special Forces).
Profession as “secondary” offering courses in cartography and land navigation.
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