Featuring Reactor’s own Never Dark dial illumination technology that mixes their industry-leading Superluminova brightness with long-lasting tritium for simple readability in all lights conditions, this Trident is provided with a one-of-a-type digicam dial offset by a putting black nitride stainless-steel case and bracelet. . . . . Digital camouflage (or “digicam”) dial designed especially for the Reactor Trident . . Black nitride solid forged 316L stainless-steel case and bracelet . . Day and date on the 3 o’clock position . . Simple to grip unidirectional rotating bezel with Superlinova indicator on the best . . Solid screwbar to case attachment . . Extra thick hardened mineral glass lens . . Triple O-Ring screw-down crown system; Extremely Water-resistant Triple O-Ring system No longer handiest supplies extra protection when the crown is screwed in, but additionally supplies protection to 100 Meters (330 Feet) should you occur to put out of your mind to screw the crown back in after setting your watch before getting within the water! . . Superluminova on hands and markers . . . . NEVER DARK Technology . . : No longer handiest is that this watch supplied with some of the brightest Superluminova applications available on the market, but additionally features Tritium capsules that glows regularly for years so you’ll be able to rest assured this watch will probably be legible in any amount of darkness. . . Shock resistant movement holder; A distinct casing is helping to give protection to the already shock resistant Japanese Quartz movement from severe impacts. . . Over-sized screw down crown; Large size makes it Simple to grip, un-screw and set the date and time with ease . . Double push button fold-over safety clasp . . Comes encapsulated in a protective standing metal and polymer case and is found out by rotating the outer case half. . . Water-resistant to 200 meters (660 Feet) . . 10 Year Lithium Battery . . 40mm case width (Approximately 1 1/4″) . . 13.2mm case thickness (Approximately 1/2″) . . Weight: 192 Grams . .