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Helgray TCD-01 Watch

Helgray TCD-01 Watch

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300M Water Resistant Titanium in 3 Styles

The sporty Helgray TCD-01 is built on a foundation of titanium, from the case to the bracelet to the bezel. The dial features bold geometric markers (plus Arabic numerals on the full lume version) for legibility. The full lume version comes with a single layer of Superluminova coating and a date window; the other two versions have lumed markers and no date window. All three models are made with a slightly domed sapphire crystal to protect the dial and a unidirectional 120-click bezel that can be set to keep track of elapsed time. Also included is an extra nylon NATO strap if you want to switch it out for something less formal.

Note: At checkout, choose between blue, full lume, and orange.

Helgray TCD-01 Watch
Helgray TCD-01 Watch
Helgray TCD-01 Watch
Helgray TCD-01 Watch
Helgray TCD-01 Watch
Helgray TCD-01 Watch

Color Options

Blue
Full Lume
Orange

Specs

Full Lume Version

  • Movement: Ronda 509
  • Case material: Titanium
  • Bracelet: Titanium
  • Bezel: Black PVD titanium with BGW9 Lume
  • 120-click unidirectional bezel
  • Dial: Fully lumed with single layer of Superluminova C3
  • Crystal: Slightly domed sapphire
  • Big date window at 6 o’clock
  • Case diameter: 42 mm
  • Case thickness: 11 mm
  • Lug width: 22 mm
  • Lug-to-lug: 50 mm
  • Water resistance: 300 m (984 ft)

Blue & Orange Versions

  • Movement: Ronda 513
  • Case material: Titanium
  • Bracelet: Titanium
  • Bezel: Black PVD titanium with C3 lume
  • 120-click unidirectional bezel
  • Dial: Matte blue/orange with Superluminova C3 markers
  • Crystal: Slightly domed sapphire
  • Case diameter: 42 mm
  • Case thickness: 11 mm
  • Lug width: 22 mm
  • Lug-to-lug: 50 mm
  • Water resistance: 300 m (984 ft)

Included (Both Models)

  • Extra 22 mm nylon NATO strap

Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is May 14, 2018 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected. To deliver the best value to the group the request will then be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Be sure to check the discussion page for updates.

Recent Activity

I'd second everyone here about Helgray's customer service. I had a Hornet for about a year, and loved it (still have it even, still love it). That was pretty much the first watch I'd bought in about 10 years. I saw they had the Le Mans in production in kickstarter, and once it was released decided I wouldn't mind a second watch. They had a 'buy one get 50% offa 2nd' ticker on their website, so buying the Le Mans turned into buying Le Mans + Silverstone. Unlike others here I've never actually had any problems with any of these watches, they've all been great and I actually really like them. BUT.... while buying the Le Mans and Silverstone, there was a 50% discount applied to the Silverstone. Somewhere along the checkout process that 50% disappeared, and I ended up being charged full price for the Silverstone. Emailed them, got an email reply with a ticket number. Heard nothing. Emailed again. Nothing. PMed them on facebook... nothing. That was months ago. It's a pity because I love their watches, and frankly I like their designs and styles far more than many other watches out there - I know there's lots of brands and whole world of watches to choose from, but many just don't take my fancy. I also like supporting smaller businesses rather than big brands and I wish this guy all the best, but the experience just left a sour taste in my mouth. Only now after googling 'Helgray customer service' have I seen threads like this and realized their service has been a problem all along. It is almost a scam having no ability to contact them whatsoever. They've got the Bomber on kickstarter now and have got over a quarter of a million in pre-orders. They're obviously good at marketing and sales, but I seriously cannot comprehend their complete failure to even reply to emails. What are they thinking?! Maybe they're hoping to get enough new customers to keep going despite non-existent customer service, but it's a strange way to build a business... maybe they're just in it for a short time and then will give up and run. It's strange because I wish I could say better things about them, and I want to be able to recommend their watches to my friends because the one's I've got are great. But there's no way I could ever do that now. Anyway.. back to the TCD-01, while looking around at other dive watches I found this brand Hamtun in the UK, seems like a good titanium dive watch as an alternative: https://hamtun.co/collections/dive-watches