The cold and electricity tests were done with a Giez, so it must be four.Yeah it is odd that they cut away right before the hammer hits yet they show the piston hit it 2-3 times. What were the 3 watches used, or were there more? I think I saw a 5600, Mudman, and a Frogman. It's cool the Frogman was at around 225 meters and still ticking. Isn't that part of the tougher Iso standards though? To test slightly above the stated WR?
I was the one that performed that test while working at Home Depot part time, during my university days. The G2310 simply shrugged off the abuse.Someone posted one time that they put theirs in an empty paint can and then put it on one of those paint "stirring" machines... now THATS bad!
If I still had my froggie, I would have one of all those models tested!
Im wearing mine right now!The cold and electricity tests were done with a Giez, so it must be four.
I think it was Buzzbait who posted (or asked about) the ISO standards - they have a longer time period at a given depth, and some other differences, to get the 'Diver' classification.