This extra large sport-style firefighter's watch does more than just tell time—it tells everyone what makes you tick.
A telling gift for the dedicated firefighter who always makes time for you. This is one tough watch at a very easy price! Based on the popular, proven, Aquaforce Combat Watch, it's ready for the kind of combat conditions a firefighter is sure to face.
The super-heavy duty, impact-resistant polyurethane case and matching wrist strap are made to stand up to all kinds of abuse, without retaining heat or cold. And it's a fraction of the weight of a metal watch, so it's a lot more comfortable to wear when you've got plenty of other things to worry about.
Brightly luminous hands and numerals stand out clearly against the rich red face in any light…or no light at all. And its bold black Maltese Cross makes a statement about the dedication of the person who wears it. It's a reliable, stylish timepiece that can go just about anywhere; from the football field or duck blind to the fire scene.
Sturdy, water- and corrosion-resistant construction makes it suitable for work or play, under all kinds of conditions. While not recommended for snorkeling, bathing, or continued immersion, its high 50-meter water-resistance rating means it can easily take a shallow swim, constant splashing from fire hoses, and the heavy perspiration that just naturally comes with wearing turnout gear. It's a tough, good-looking, highly functional watch that's sure to be appreciated by the firefighter in your life…even if it's for you.
- Oversized, corrosion-resistant 55mm polyurethane case
- Rich red face with black Maltese Cross
- Tough, waterproof polyurethane rubber strap
- Rated water resistant to 50 meters
- Metal bezel
- Dependable high-quality quartz movement
- 2-year manufacturer's warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Cheaply made, ultimately useless.
It's a great looking watch, which is why I picked up this very model when I saw it in a store recently. It was an impulse buy and I regret not having looked it over better. Two features I like on my watch are a light and day of the month. While the day of the month feature is not essential, the light most certainly is. The glow in the dark hands and numbers glow just enough to make me aware that they did, in fact, glow but I couldn't read them at all in the dark. I've had this watch only a week or so, and worn it about 8 hours day during that time. The clasp on the band has already broken while no pressure was on it besides holding it on my wrist. I don't recommend this to anyone.