Bring back the timepiece tradition of the pocket watch with this Wenger Standard Issue model, created by the maker of the genuine Swiss Army Knife and offering craftsmanship that will last for years. The large silver watch case measures 58mm wide (2.28 inches) and it’s topped by a raised bezel with compass-like accents. The easily readable white dial includes a full Arabic numeral display (with smaller inset 24-hour notations), small minute indexes around the exterior, date window at 3 o’clock, and luminous baton hands. It also includes another hour hand in red that sets the alarm. It connects securely to a belt loop via the braided leather lanyard strap with stainless steel clip, and it comes with a brown genuine calfskin leather pouch. Other features include the classic Swiss Army insignia at 12 o’clock, , scratch-resistant mineral crystal, and water resistance to 30 meters–enabling it to withstand splashes and accidental dunks into the water, but not suitable for swimming. About Wenger Watches Established in 1893 in Delémont in the Jura mountains of Switzerland, Wenger S.A. began as a supplier for the Swiss Army and is now one of only two official producers of the genuine Swiss Army knife. With the world renowned high standards of Swiss watchmaking, it was only a matter of time before Wenger moved into creating precisely tuned and carefully engineered timepieces. Since beginning in 1997, Wenger watches are now sold in 80 countries on all continents and its collection comprises the whole military sports spectrum.
Swiss quartz movement, Pocket/belt watch, Accurate to 1/10 of a second per day, Alarm, Luminous hands and markers, easy-to-read numerals for nighttime visibility, Date display, Military time, Scratch-resistant mineral crystal