Sector Men's Watch R3271678125 In Collection Shark Master, Chrono 44mm with Black Dial and Strap

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  • Water Resistant To 200 Meters
  • Stainless Steel Black Ip Case
  • Bracelet With Soft Touch Details (As Scuba Diving Wet Suit)
  • Screw Down Case Back And Crown. Crown With Double O-Ring
  • Personalized Buckle With Scuba Diving Fin Design
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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name Sector
Model number R3271678125
Part Number R3271678125
Model Year 2012
Item Shape round
Dial Window Material Type Mineral
Display Type chronograph
Case Material Stainless Steel
Case Diameter 44 millimetres
Case Thickness 14 millimetres
Band Material Silicone
Band Width 22 millimetres
Band Colour black
Dial Colour black
Bezel Material stainless steel plated
Bezel Function bezel with numbers
Calendar Date
Special Features stop watch
Weight 454 Grams
Movement Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 20 bar
Warranty Type Distributor
Warranty Description 2 years

Product details

  • Item Weight: 454 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 816 g
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  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: R3271678125
  • ASIN: B004U09CW8
  • Date first available at 27 Mar. 2011
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 77,704 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

Product Description

Shark Master Is The Watch For Extreme Feats. Dedicated To Patrick Musimu (Sector No Limits Team Ambassador), His Extreme Challenges And The Underwater World, The Watch Combines A Complete Water Resistance To 200 Meters And A Compelling, Sporty Design

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9d3ef264) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e0c8b4c) out of 5 stars Better than most "dive-type" watches 6 Jan. 2014
By William Laux - Published on
This watch looks good and gets noticed. I really like the curved crystal. The size seems ideal: larger than most, but not quite as large as an Invicta, which needs a bigger wrist to keep from looking like you have Big Ben on your arm. The only knock is that the luminous dial does not hold its brightness for very long and there is no backlight. If you want to know the time in the middle of the night, you need to use a flashlight. Other than that, it is an attractive, reliable watch. Note: this is a chronograph and it functions very well in this regard. But it also means that the big red second hand remains stationary, unless you are timing something. The "normal" second hand is the small dial above the '6'.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d735c84) out of 5 stars Excellent Watch 24 Jan. 2014
By CC - Published on
Love the watch. Not too bulky to wear every day. I would buy this one again. I have not tried it out in the water yet with my scuba gloves on but the buttons are large enough I don't think it will be an issue for the start/stop. Excellent buy if you find it as a Lighting Deal!!!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e521228) out of 5 stars It's ok, just don't think its a REAL diver's watch 21 Jan. 2014
By Billie too - Published on
If you want something that LOOKS like a complicated diver’s watch - this is the one for you. Just don’t mistake it for an ACTUAL diver’s watch. It does NOT have a helium release valve, and it cannot be read underwater in the dark. For more information on what is a REAL diver’s watch, see the “Diving Watch” article in Wikipedia.

It does look good, a result of the Italian attention to detail in styling. The timekeeping function does not meet the standards for a chronometer, but then the manufacturer doesn’t SAY it is a chronometer, but a chronograph – not the same thing.

I subjected mine to a time keeping test. Over Twenty-One days it lost four seconds. Not particularly bad, but not up to the standards of a Swiss quartz chronometer (a different standard than for a Swiss mechanical chronometer), which over the same 21 day time period, would be +/- 1.47 second.

The standard for a quartz chronometer watch, which is set by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute, known by its French acronym of C.O.S.C. (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres) is +/- 0.07 second per day at 23 degrees Celsius (73.4 degrees Fahrenheit)

The earlier review was correct, the luminous dial does not hold its brightness for long, and there is no backlight. If you want to know the time in the middle of the night (or underwater), you will need to turn a light on.

I did another test. Using a 650 lumen Fenix TK22 flashlight on turbo setting (bright enough to burn your retina in a few seconds), I placed the head of the flashlight over the dial and engaged the light for 1 second. I was able to read the dial eight minutes later, but just barely. The second hand, the 24 hour hand, and the stop watch minute counter could not be seen at all.

When the dial is exposed to fairly bright office light for several hours and then taken into a dark room, the dial can be read, although not that well, at the 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12 o’clock positions. I could barely see the three o’clock position, and could not see the six and nine o’clock positions at all. The second hand, the 24 hour hand, and the stop watch minute counter could not be seen at all. This degree of luminescence fades quite quickly.

The bezel does not rotate, so it cannot be used for any sort of calculation, as a true diver’s watch can. The name of the watch - Marine Shark Master - IMPLIES that it might be a diver’s watch, but it isn’t. A true contemporary diver's watch is manufactured in accordance with the ISO 6425 standard.

Also, don’t be fooled by the listed retail price of $500.00. On the day I wrote this review, the watch could be purchased from Amazon for $118.73.

In short, if you want a cool looking watch – buy this one. Just don’t expect it to be what it appears to be – a real diver’s watch.
HASH(0x9e6e763c) out of 5 stars Very Poor product 14 May 2014
By Edward - Published on
what? 6 months light use and the winder falls off making a diving watch non-waterproof- and I cant return to be fixed or replaced? That is shameful!
I wont order watches from Amazon again if this is the case. I've had problems with watches from them in the past!
HASH(0x9d37af6c) out of 5 stars Awesome watch, a lot of attention. 4 April 2014
By Marian Ilie - Published on
Verified Purchase
I bought my first Sector watch 8 years ago, wearing it at work every day (not a office job).
This watch can take a beating.
If you looking for a well built and inexpensive watch, this is it.
If you can buy it for $120 or better do not hesitate, buy it.
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