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Oakley Dual Use FMJ Watch

The Full Metal Jacket timepiece from Oakley offers quite a unique feature: it can be used as a wristwatch, or pocket watch.



Here's some more details about this timepiece...

ELITE FULL METAL JACKET SWISS AUTOMATIC WATCH: $9,000(US)

From a lineage of design eloquence comes a new timepiece rendered in lightweight titanium. Crafted with rare aesthetics in the art of timekeeping, Full Metal Jacket™ is engineered with a removable module that can be mounted on a pocket watch chain, an attachment of definitive style honed from the same ultra premium metal. Classic meets contemporary in a work of sophistication that blends the precision of 25-jewel movement with the intricate mechanics of a self-winding mechanism.

Attenuated by an ETACHRON regulator, the heartbeat of this instrument is 28,800 vibrations per hour at a frequency of four hertz. Its chronograph shows measured time in sub-dials that display elapsed seconds, minutes and hours. Augmented with subtly dimensional reliefs, the uniquely styled dial face includes a date and day display. The elements of the sculptural bracelet are forged from titanium, and a mounting switch for the removable module highlights both the wristwatch mount and the included pocket watch case and chain. Enhanced by a pure sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, Full Metal Jacket™ is precision engineered to withstand water pressure equivalent to a depth of 330 feet (100m).

Movement:
Auto mechanical movement
COS Certified chronometer
Calibre Valjoux 7750
25-jewel
Reserve running time of approx. 46 hours
Three-hand analog display
Hours, minutes, small second
Self-winding mechanism w/ball bearing
Date and day, corrector
Stop second device
ETACHRON regulator and regulator corrector
28, 800 vibrations per hour, 4 Hz.

Case:
Impact-forged titanium
Screw-down titanium case back with sapphire crystal inlays
High-precision Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machining
Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
Locking screw-down crown at 3 o’clock
10-bar water resistance (100m/330ft)
Finishing options: brushed titanium

Attachment:
Titanium bracelet w/deployant clasp
Titanium pocket watch accessory with chain

Tech Specs:
Type of Regulator: ETACHRON
Frequency of Oscillator: 28,000 vibrations per hour; 4 Hz
Accuracy: +/-12 seconds per day (average)
Water Resistance: 10 bars; equivalent to depth of 100 meters / 330 feet
Power Reserve: Approx. 46 hours

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