The military look also works without camouflage. Of course, spot camouflage is the most emblematic, but also at the expense of combinability. Sometimes there are advantages if the military is only recognizable at second glance. Which leads us to the Pro Hunter Rolex Submariner Military Watch.
This wristwatch is clear proof that even the finest timepieces don’t necessarily require you to show off. This robust watch has a matte carbon coating and yet it seems almost modest. You have to know the model and the brand to know that it is a high-tech ceramic coat. The dial completes the robust look of the timepiece. It isn’t marked by any ornate numerals or Roman numerals, but simple geometric shapes: Every full hour is symbolized by a dot; at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock, the watchmakers have opted for a rectangle. Finally, at 12 o’clock, there is a downward triangle with its tip pointing exactly to the Rolex crown. After all, it’s not just any wristwatch.
More figures, data and facts: The Pro Hunter Rolex Submariner Military Watch has a diameter of 40 mm and is equipped with an anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The bracelet is a high quality Nato strap made of nylon. The heart of the watch is a self-winding Rolex Calibre 3130 movement with a 48-hour power reserve.
Anyone who has expected the Swiss watch specialists to equip the military of numerous countries will be surprised: Rolex has limited the number of pieces to 100. For this reason, each watch will have an individually engraved case back. The price of this model is a proud $20,735.
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