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Traser Officer Pro Quartz Watch

Traser Officer Pro Quartz Watch

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that radioactive material on the dial cause cancer?
@Massdrop I'm trying to purchase the 107422 model but it is not available at checkout. Please advise.
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Turns out we've run out of quantity for that one, SAD! But if you still want to give us your money you can Venmo me so it's all good. 😬
Duncan
any chance you can swap out the nato band from a 103350 onto the black on black face of 107868 for me and call it a day?
im already traser
And this is what? T25?
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hgoor
I believe it is T25. I think only the ISOBRITE use T100.
Jimcpl
Yeah I'm never again going to get a T25. My Luminox has greatly dimmed after 8 1/2 years :-(
I have bad sight, esp. at night, so I was wondering, between the one with the orange band and the one with the green band, which would be most visible at night?
How appropriate would this be on someone with small wrists? Or should I look for something else?
madmetals
If you have small wrists, then this watch will be big and look even bigger due to the big dial and thin bezel. Now a 42 mm diver's watch in a lot if cases will still work for smaller wrists, at least down to 6 3/4 inches. I hope this helps.
Rhonda 715 Quartz movement. Why do they put $18 movements in $400 watches.
I suspect most people don't know/care. I'll be honest and don't know much about movements - particularly quartz - and don't know how to compare.
What kind of movement should you look for in a $400 watch?
The Tritium Tubes are expensive and so is coating the entire watch face with Super Luminova. Add in the sapphire glass and this watches price is very understandable.
In general, if the tritium capsules are new, their half - life should be 20 - 25 years. (Which means they are half as bright in 20 - 25 years.) There is no practical way I know of to reload the capsules. ArmourLite is the only company I know of that rates their capsules output - I'm diggin' my new ArmourLite Officer's Model with T25 capsules - available here at $219.00 plus about $3.00-$4.00 USD shipping in the US.
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ArmourLite also makes the IsoBrite line, with insane T100 capsules that (for my needs) put out too much luminescence. Wonder who makes the movement in the Traser? ArmourLite uses tried - and true Swiss Ronda movements -
48thRonin2
Tritium has a half-life of 12.3 years. That fact has been in my head since my first tritium-backlit watch 40 years ago. And all the chemistry and physics references I just checked plus wikipedia all say 12.3 years.
So, for that reason alone, the illumination will be half as bright in 12 years and 1/4 as bright in 24.6 years. Plus there is some degradation of the phosphorus, so the decrease in brightness is faster than half / 12 years.
48thRonin2
This line is the watchmaking arm of the company that created and produces the tritium tubes! So I wouldn't worry about the quality or longevity.
tritium t25 or t100?
zxcasd
T25, it's on the dial between 4 and 5 o' clock. I prefer T100, so this ones off my list now. I was looking at Ball's and they are T25 also. Too bad.
very good looking field watch; IMHO better looking than the Luminox I purchased many years ago.
anyone know how long the Trits here are supposed to last -- and whether they are replaceable in a cost effective manner?
my luminox's trits are long dead and I know I can't get those replaced
DDro
Tritium has a half-life of 12.3 years. So, for that reason alone, the illumination will be half as bright in 12 years. Plus there is some degradation of the phosphorus, so the decrease in brightness is faster than half / 12 years.
But the human eye doesn't perceive half as many photons to be half as bright. Our eyes can see in such a wide range of light conditions, that that a source that seemed bright enough at t=0 might still seem bright enough 24 years later, even though the number of photons emitted is 1/4 as many by that point. That was my experience with a tritium back-lit watch (it is an LCD digital watch, with the entire LCD display backlit, not just the hands and 12 point on the dial) from 1978 - now, 10 years later, it was still bright enough to see clearly in all light conditions (by reflected ambient light in bright conditions, by tritium/phosphorus light in dark conditions and a combination in dim light). But now, 40 years (yeah, I still have it), it is quite dim and I have to be in a dark closet with my eyes fully adjusted to see the glow. So it is not a practical backlit anymore.
DDro
You can get the trits on your Luminox replaced - you have to send it in the to the US servicing center (3rd party, not Luminox) and they can replace the whole face of your watch, assuming it is still in production. I have done it, and although the process was painful and expensive, I was happy with the end result.