ISO3002 Isobrite Night Enforcer Limited Edition Watch
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ArmourLite Watch Company is an American company that designs, assembles
and tests watches in the USA.
We make the world's TOUGHEST and BRIGHTEST tritium illuminated watches!
- Most of the ArmourLite watches feature our ultra tough shatterproof Armourglass crystal.
- All Isobrite models come with Swiss T100 tritium illumination, the world's brightest
Isobrite Night Enforcer Limited Edition Watch ISO3002 SWISS MADE
This Limited Edition watch combines ultra bright T100 tritium markers and a photoluminescent glow-in-the-dark skull with two ice-blue tritium markers as eyes. The tritium markers will glow for up to 50 years. To ensure uninterrupted service, the watch is powered by a reliable Swiss Ronda 715Li movement with a 10-year lithium battery. When your adventure involves water, this watch is ready to accompany you diving down to 200 meters. Constructed out of lightweight carbon fiber reinforced polycarbonate and scratch resistant sapphire crystal, the watch weighs in at only 3 ounces. Plus, the included silicone strap provides the utmost in comfort and adaptability.
INCLUDES A FREE BLACK NYLON BAND
Illumination: Swiss-Made T100 tritium markers and a photoluminescent glow-in-the-dark skull (please read notice below)
Functions / Features: Date display
Movement: Swiss-Made Ronda 715Li quartz
Battery Life: 10-years (lithium)
Crystal: Scratch-resistant sapphire with anti-reflective coating
Case Diameter: 47mm
Case Thickness: 14mm
Case Material: Carbon fiber reinforced polycarbonate
Caseback: Stainless steel engraved plate fixed with 4 security screws
Bezel: Unidirectional ratcheting diver bezel with two tritium elapsed minute markers
Crown: Double-gasket push-in with side shields
Water Resistance: 200m / 660ft / 20atm
Band Material: Silicone
Band Width: 22mm
Band Clasp: Stainless steel buckle with logo
Weight: 3 ounces
Notice about the glow-in-the-dark skull: While the tritium markers will glow constantly for up to 50 years, the photoluminescent glow-in-the-dark skull needs to be charged briefly with a bright light such as a flashlight. Once charged, take the watch into the dark and you will see the glowing skull for 5 to 10 minutes. The darker the environment, the better you will see the skull.
Swiss T100 Tritium Illumination
Isobrite T100 watches have tiny glass tubes that are filled with tritium gas and then hermetically sealed. The electrons of the gas continuously react with phosphorescent paint resulting in a radio luminescent light source that glows constantly for up to 50 years. No external power source or charging-by-light is necessary to maintain the glow. The glow is completely self-powered. T100 means there is up to 100 mCi of tritium gas in the watch whereas the majority of tritium-illuminated watches only have up to 25 mCi. The higher volume of gas results in much brighter visible illumination. T100 represents the latest technology in tritium watches and makes seeing the time in the dark much easier on the eyes. When transitioning from a bright environment to a dark environment, it takes the eyes time to adjust. With the increased visible brightness of T100, the transition is much easier on the eyes.
50 Years of Constant Illumination
The higher volume of tritium gas in the Isobrite T100 watches results in a much brighter visible illumination combined with a much longer life span of illumination. The illumination in the T100 watches will remain visible for approximately twice as long as T25 watches. Plus, at around 25 years the T100 watch will have the same visible illumination that a T25 watch started out with. By that point the tritium in a T25 watch would have become fully decayed and barely visible. On the other hand, the T100 watch will continue to glow for approximately 50 years.
Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal
The watch face is protected by sapphire crystal, which is anti-reflective, scratch- resistant, and much harder than the standard mineral crystals found in most watches. Sapphire crystal provides exceptional clarity and is normally found in high-end luxury watches (i.e.: Rolex, Breitling, Omega).