I wanted a clock that is truly waterproof and after I've already had then for the automatic version decided the quartz-driven Promaster. The automatic movement can be described only as a transitional accurate and very reliable. My Promaster is constantly before one to two seconds per day. This can be absolutely accept. The power reserve is also more than adequate. Taking the clock go off at night to sleep, then it is still running the following morning. Not only that, if you forget to create it, the power reserve ranges also loose until early afternoon. possibly even until the early evening. Of course, without the need to rewind between manually.
The bezel does not allow easy turn, makes them virtually impossible to unintentionally twisted. For the basic function of a diver's watch, this property is very important in order to set the dive time can. The case is not one of the slimmest in the country, although the clock has not yet be described as clunky. The large screw-down crown seals clean and keeps water seep into the case. Otherwise, a major weakness in waterproof watches. It also makes more sense attached manner on the bottom left of the housing, so you can stay in any obstacles (cables, tapes, etc.) associated with their not so easy. All processing and material quality can be described as very valuable because there is nothing to complain about, even three and four times as expensive watches are not there better!
By the way, that a diver's watch, if they are actually used for its intended purpose (ie under higher pressure ratios under water), periodically (every two to three years) should have the factory check service for leaks, take this opportunity to be equal to all seals replaced. Because these seals keep only a limited time reliably under high pressure tight ...
Delivered is the clock with a stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp and a two-piece black rubber strap with strap buckle in a large Kunststoffklappetui zipped. There is a better solution for the use in water the rubber band, I use this tape exclusively. A small tool for adjusting the straps is also included.
Since the clock also is still extremely inexpensive, it can be flatly described as fat bargain at the quality offered. But it is for Poser and other applied to Prestige contemporaries naturally not suitable for an exclusive piece of jewelry for high earners and those who consider themselves as such it is definitely not ...
I just saw that I have installed an enormous blunder in my review! The information Gangenauigkeit (one to two seconds to fast on the day) relate to my Promaster Quartz. My automatic Promaster comes to a transition inaccuracy of 10 to 15 seconds a day, also to fast. What a mechanical movement but still completely is okay.