The best watches aren’t always flashy. This watch is rather unremarkable looking. That much we didn’t need to tell you. But the glow you see, that’s powered by nuclear power, which supposedly will last for up to 25 years. At first blush we though the watch itself was powered by a very small nuclear power plant, but sadly we now believe we are wrong. Then again, maybe it’s of the wind up ilk, but since the page doesn’t say, we’re left to our own assumptions.
To be candid, only a small portion of the watch glows, but don’t let that deter you. It also sports a stainless steel all black body that is water resistant to 300 feet and tells the time 24/7! And if you happen to be concerned with your wrist’s physical health – after all, nuclear power isn’t exactly the safest – this watch has been determined to be 100% safe and complies with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulations.
Order one today for $175 and it will arrive on September 15th.
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