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Oceanus Black OCWM700TBA-1AV 5 Motor Tide Watch - Atomic Time

Oceanus OCWM700TBA-1AV 5 Motor Tide Mens Watch is geared toward fashion conscious men with superior style and poise, the new OCWM700 series establishes many firsts for Oceanus such as Multi-Band 5 Atomic Timekeeping for pinpoint accuracy that automatically sets and synchronizes during Daylight Saving Time. This feature will receive radio time calibration signals from US, UK, Germany and Japan which allows for convenient time keeping globally. These timepieces feature Tough Solar power for dependability, while maintaining the classic chronograph look and style.

The new line also features a Tide Indicator that allows users to see when the tide is high or low on a given day in select cities and countries based on the world time setting. Finally, the new series is protected by a titanium carbide coating on the case and band to help prevent scratching. All men's styles are 100M water resistant, feature world time and daily alarms. Oceanus only uses sapphire crystal, one of the hardest materials on Earth, for high-durability while minimizing glare.

Motivated by the love of adventure and style, the new Oceanus OCWM700TBA-1A and OCWM700TDA-1A watches, convey the ocean's changing temperament; the full black case or shining silver case and band. Oceanus encompasses the new wave in high fashion; a timepiece that conveys individuality, creativity and making a bold statement about who you are. Each motor controls a movement on the watch face (second hand, chronograph, world time, and 24 hour time). The new fifth motor replaces the function of the LCD screen found in our first generation models with a classic date display. The new OCWM700 series are the first Oceanus to include Multi-Band 5 Atomic Timekeeping which can receive the Atomic signal in the US, UK, Germany and Japan. These new models also feature a Tide Indicator and come in Titanium or Black IP bands.

Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping (US, UK, Germany, Japan)

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