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The Titan Elite is a true testament to Swiss engineering. This high-quality Swiss Precimax timepiece definitely does not disappoint. The textured, black dial is sublimely accented by silver markers and subdials, serving as an easy-to-read display and an eye-catching accessory. The aspects of the precise Swiss-parts chronograph movement are only strengthened with the addition of a bold, all black silicone band, securely fastening this powerful timekeeping accessory to the wearer. All of these features are compounded by a scratch-resistant Sapphimax crystal, screw-down crown, and 100 meter water resistance, all creating a timepiece that is truly a force to be reckoned with.
Pros: Very good watch. Chronograph was accurate and the watch looked amazing. When I walked around with it in public, random people were making comments about the watch. Came with an awesome designer box with the bag to prop the watch inside the box. Awesome as usual Newegg/Mr.Watch!!!
Cons: A bit heavy, but it's the technology implemented into the watch. I wanted the Steel watch wristband version. But for $69 one day sale and has a built-in chronograph, I could not resist not buying this product on the spot.
Other Thoughts: I purchased this when it was $69.99. Was an amazing deal you just can't resist.
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“Very good watch. Chronograph was accurate and the watch looked amazing. When I walked around with it in public, random people ...”— 10/21/2012