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Momentum Watch Steelix Eclipse Solar 44MM Goma Rubber

SKU: 7691
$330.00 (incl. gst)
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Momentum Steelix Eclipse Solar 44MM Black Dial with Black Goma Rubber

The Momentum Steelix Eclipse Solar Watch is a solar-powered sports watch that can be recharged with any light and still run for up to 6 months in total darkness without changing its batteries. The reason is its special titanium-lithium-ion battery. Plus, our range of Momentum Watches feature Sapphire Crystal which makes these watches virtually scratch-resistant. The Momentum Steelix Eclipse Solar Watch is powered by a state-of-the-art movement that makes it a great looking sports watch with outstanding performance. This watch is both better for you and better for the environment.

The 44mm casing is carefully manufactured and designed from a block of solid 316L stainless steel making it a strong and durable sports adventure watch. Water-tested to a depth of 200M/660FT, with a screw-down crown to ensure reliable waterproof performance – just make sure the crown is screwed down snugly, then hit the water without worrying. Momentum Watches is backed by a 6 year warranty.

Ideal for any outdoor adventure and activities that demand a rough and tumble. Whether you are bushcrafting, hiking, camping, trekking, boating, diving, cycling, fishing, hunting and the list goes on, the Momentum Steelix Eclipse Solar-Powered Watch is the watch you can definitely rely on.

Scratch-Resistant Sapphire Crystal

What is Sapphire Glass?

Synthetic sapphire combined of crystallised aluminium oxide

Astonishingly Sturdy
Value of 9 Mohs of mineral hardness same as titanium carbide

Scratch Resistant 
Superior to Quartz or gorilla glass

  • Watch Glass
  • Display 
  • Optics

Synthetic Sapphire: 
A synthetic sapphire crystal or “glass” is actually not glass at all. It is a very hard, transparent material made of crystallising pure aluminium oxide at very high temperatures. Synthetic sapphire has the same hardness as natural sapphire gemstones, but without the colouring agents that give the gems their various hues. When it is heated, the synthetic sapphire forms round masses, that are then sliced into pieces with diamond-coated saws. These disks are then ground and polished into watch crystals. (One reason sapphire crystals are relatively expensive is that the tools required to cut and polish this extremely hard material are very costly.) Sapphire (whether natural or synthetic) is one of the hardest substances on earth. It measures 9 on the Mohs scale, which is a system for rating the relative hardness of various materials. (Diamond measures 10, the highest rating.) Watch crystals made of synthetic sapphire are often marketed as “scratch resistant” or “virtually scratchproof” because they are very difficult - but not impossible - to scratch. Diamond can scratch them; so can man-made materials that incorporate silicon carbide, which, with a Mohs rating of between 9 and 10, is harder than sapphire. So, if you accidentally scratch your watch on a simulated-stone surface or a wall that incorporates some of these silicon carbide materials, it could scratch the crystal.

AR Coatings:
Sapphire crystal is more reflective than mineral crystal due to its higher index of refraction. (1,8 compared to 1,47). Applying one or more layers of AR (anti-reflective) coating will limit this reflection to a very low level. Very often, lines and marks on the top surface of a sapphire crystal are mistaken for scratches but are actually the scratched AR coating, or just AR coating wearing off after time. An AR coating on the inside of the crystal provides a good AR performance while avoiding this problem. If you do scratch a sapphire crystal, then it cannot be polished away and will need to be replaced.
Waterproof gasket:
As both mineral and sapphire crystals are extremely hard, they have little or no “flex”. This means that when the crystal is inserted into a hard, steel or titanium watch case, it requires a gasket to ensure a waterproof seal.  These crystal gaskets are typically made of nylon, and are either flat, “I”-shaped or “L”-shaped. (see example above). The crystal is pressed into the case, using a crystal press tool. When it is pressed in, the nylon crystal gasket is “squeezed” between the crystal and the case rim, making a reliable waterproof seal. Over time, these crystal gaskets can become brittle and break, so it is a good idea to change the crystal gaskets every few years, to ensure the ongoing waterproof performance of your watch.
  • Band Material: Black Goma Rubber
  • Watch Size: 44mm
  • Watch Thickness: 10.5mm
  • Band Width: 22mm
  • Movement: Japanese, Epson VS37A (Solar Powered)
  • Glass: Sapphire
  • Water Resistance: 200m/660ft
  • Battery: Titanium-lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Warranty: 6 Years
  • Crystal: Scratch-Resistant Sapphire 
  • Dial Colour: Black
  • Manufacturer Number: 1M-SN72BS12B
  • Country of Origin: Canada
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