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Pulsar Men's PF3185 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch | Watch

by Pulsar


List Price: $250.00  


Sales Rank:  16572583rd


FEATURES


• Quality Japanese-Quartz movement
• Mineral crystal
• Stainless-steel case; Blue dial; Date function
• Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

ACCESSORIES


Pulsar Men's PF3189 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch

Pulsar Men's PF3189 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch
by Pulsar

Up-to-the minute style and performance from Pulsar... Tech Gear men's alarm chronograph is masculine and rugged in high performance stainless steel. Outstanding brushed steel case is presented on the contoured link bracelet in brushed and polished steel. Blue bidirectional rotating bezel frames the blue dial with three subdials, luminous hands and silver colored Arabic numeral hour markers. Alarm, small-seconds and 60-minute registers.
Pulsar Men's PF3183 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch

Pulsar Men's PF3183 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch
by Pulsar

Pace-setting style and performance from Pulsar... Tech Gear men's alarm chronograph is masculine and rugged in high performance stainless steel. Outstanding brushed steel case is presented on the contoured link bracelet in brushed steel with polished center links in a lustrous gunmetal surface. Black bidirectional rotating bezel frames the black dial with three subdials, luminous hands and silver colored Arabic numeral hour markers. Alarm, small-seconds and 60-minute registers.
Pulsar Men's PF3349 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch

Pulsar Men's PF3349 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch
by Pulsar

Vigorous style and performance for today's man from Pulsar... Tech Gear men's alarm chronograph is masculine and rugged in high performance stainless steel. Outstanding brushed steel case is accented with a lustrous gunmetal finish on the sides and lugs. Case is presented on the high-perfromance black strap. Lustrous black bidirectional rotating bezel frames the black dial with three subdials, luminous hands and silver colored Arabic numeral hour markers. Alarm, small-seconds and 60-minute...
Pulsar Men's PF3347 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch

Pulsar Men's PF3347 Tech Gear Flight Computer Watch
by Pulsar

This stainless steel, Pulsar Tech Gear Flight Computer watch features a yellow chronograph dial, a flight computer, a Bi-directional side rule bezel, an alarm, split time measurement and a date calendar.


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Product Description
Pulsar Tech Gear Men's Steel Watch

Amazon.com
Pulsar balances technological innovation with streamlined design in its PF3185 pilot's alarm chronograph watch, which features a large bold face and two-tone stainless steel bracelet. The blue anodized bezel includes a bidirectional E6B pilot's slide rule. It has three chronograph subdials, including 1/5th second stopwatch with split time measurement and a 12-hour alarm (which can be used to indicate time in a second time zone). The blue face background has a combination of luminous markers and Arabic numerals. The tapered bracelet band is composed of interlinked stainless steel pieces with a black accent residing in the middle. Other features include luminous hands, water resistance to 100 meters (330 feet), a scratch-resistant mineral crystal, and precise Japanese quartz movement. It measures 1.6 inches in diameter and 0.5 inches thick. Warranty Pulsar's three-year warranty (from date of purchase) covers all of the watch--inside and out. All moving parts, the case, crystal, bracelet, and battery are covered.

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