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- SureShot ballistic calculator
- Day, date, 2nd time zone, alarm, chronograph, countdown timer, hourly chime; backlight
- Digital compass; digital readouts
- Optional extended band for wearing the watch over gloves or clothing
- High-density polycarbonate frame; polyurethane wrist band
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The Field Ops watch includes our revolutionary SureShot calculator. In a partnership with Horus Vision, makers of proven long-range ballistic software, we give you the ability to input thirteen critical variables needed for long range shooting solutions quickly and easily. Shooting solutions are provided in Mils, True Minute of Angle (TMOA) and Shooter's Minute of Angle (SMOA). We've beefed up the pins, sealed the watch for 100 meters of water resistance and given you a switchable backlight so you can see your data when you need it and turn the light off when you dont.The Field Ops Watch has all the features you'll need for work and play. We've included digital day and date, and two digital time zones. Along with an audible alarm, there is an hourly chime, a countdown, timer and you can check your lap times with a digital chronograph. We've included an omni-directional bezel along with a backlight. The Field Ops Watch also has a fully functional digital compass which can be adjusted for true north readings. And last but not least, we've given you a full function ballistic calculator. The SureShot calculator accepts thirteen critical shooting variables to give you point of impact shooting solutions out to 1000 meters. Input your known ballistic data (bore height, ballistic coefficient, muzzle velocity and zero range), then add your environmental data (range, temperature, altitude, inclination) and the SureShot calculator will give you a shooting solution in MILS, TMOA or SMOA. You can even get your solution in clicks for both windage and elevation. The calculator is very easy to use and most of the variables can be put into the Field Ops Watch before going out to the field. The Field Ops Watch has a high-density polycarbonate case which is lightweight and tough. The mineral glass crystal face is scratch resistant and reduces glare. We've included an extended length band so that you can wear your watch over outerwear or a glove.
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Update May 2013: The watch failed. Condensation was collecting as if there was a leak in the watch however the face and seal appear to be intact. The watch has never been under water, has never been bashed, banked, exposed to chemicals or mistreated in a way to cause a seal to fail. I called 5.11 tactical customer service who were not polite on the phone. They advised AMAZON IS NOT AN AUTHORIZED DEALER AND THEY WILL NOT COVER WATCHES SOLD BY AMAZON "because we don't knwo where they really came from.....". Also, watches that are over 2 years old (ours is 2 years 5 months!!) are no longer covered by warranty. Bottom line- a watch from target that was 1/4 the price has outlasted this watch. What a waste and poor customer service. Maybe these watches used to be made better or we simply got a defective piece. Either way, we are out about $200 and have a junk watch.
Update. I sent the watch to repair cost 140$ I believe to fix, took about 18 days to get back. It was fixed and now it works but I just can't trust the watch ,I keep using it some days as my wife gave it to me and holds special value to me but I stand to my original review of 1 star and my advice still is not to buy this watch.
I feel I was cheated on, I feel that I paid a lot of money for a piece of bad machinery. I will not buy 5.11 again, and I recommend to anybody thinking to do so, to reconsider.
Join that sweet ballistics software with a high quality case, solar power, and a Japanese or Swiss Quartz movement.
Call up Tissot, Citizen, or maybe even Torgoen (they are growing), and get a partnership going already. Their quality is tactical. Get with a company that knows how to make good watches having complimentary and proven (recognized and patent honored) technologies.
We are watching and waiting.
Cool watch bag-But, the watch didn't work right out of the box. No display to speak of.
Unless of course there is some secret to turning it on. If there is, there were no instructions provided to that end.
Will be returning for refund. I feel like I dodged a buyers-remorse bullet on this one. I've heard these don't hold up well in the field. Its no G-Shock. A G-Shock really isn't that impressive in my book. It is a watch. But, it seems to function well under duress. There are a lot of $50-$100 watches that will do the same.
I would pay three times as much for a durable/reliable watch with a different type of power source, and all of the different functions the EDC claims (ballistics software). I'll have to wait I suppose.