The larger-sized Cobalt V boasts big luminous numbers that provide 8-10 hours of legibility in the dark. Combine that with water resistance and you've got a watch to take into deep, dark places without fear.
- Solid titanium case with screw-down crown and black ion-plated surface.
- Scratchproof sapphire crystal.
- Natural rubber band for a true all-water watch.
- Dials and hands have superluminous coatings for low light use.
- Includes date window.
- Quartz movement.
- Water resistance tested to 100m.
|Ideal for||Casual wear|
Polycarbonate is inexpensive and light, with good clarity and wear-resistance. Mineral crystal glass offers greater clarity and significantly greater wear-resistance. Sapphire crystal is better still for clarity and wear-resistance.
|Wrist strap material||Rubber|
Indicates the degree of protection against liquid. IP X1: Dripping water while in normal operating orientation; IP X4: Splashing water; IP X5: Water jets; IP X6: Powerful water jets; IP X7: Immersion up to 1m ≤ 30 minutes; IP X8: Suitable for submersion as specified by manufacturer.
Devices with a logging function will track and store altitude changes over a specific period of time. This allows you to track the changes in elevation and total elevation gained or lost during a climb, hike, or ride. It also enables you to track the number of runs you do on a stellar ski day!
|12/24 hour format||No|
|Metric/imperial units format||No|
|Replaceable wrist strap||Yes|
|Illumination||Luminous dial + hands|