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Ratio Quest Men's Field Watch Sapphire Nylon Strap Quartz RTQ015 100M Lewis And Clark Edition

$60.00 SGD
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4 customer reviews
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Embark on your next journey equipped with the Ratio Quest RTQ015 Sapphire Green Nylon Strap Men's Quartz Field Watch. Crafted from sturdy 316L stainless steel and featuring a sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating, this rugged field watch surpasses expectations with its exceptional performance and value. It's built to endure the toughest outdoor conditions and still run smoothly with Seiko's reliable movement. Also armed with a remarkable 100m water resistance, this watch is your ultimate companion for all adventures, from hiking trails to splashing streams.

316L Stainless Steel Case
Green Nylon Strap
Quartz Movement
Caliber: Seiko VX42
Sapphire Crystal With Anti-Reflective Coating
Green Dial
Stainless Steel Crown
Analog Display
Luminous Hands And Markers
Date Window At 3 O'clock
Solid Stainless Steel Case Back
Engraved Case Back With Lewis And Clark Expedition Image
Buckle Clasp
100m Water Resistance
Approximate Case Diameter: 40.00 mm (Without Crown)
Approximate Case Diameter: 43.40 mm (With Crown)
Approximate Case Thickness: 9.10 mm
Approximate Lug Width: 20.00 mm


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Ready For Every Outdoor Challenge

The ultimate companion for the great outdoors and its daily challenges—here’s the Quest RTQ 100M Field Watch. Inspired by the first field watches of the World Wars, and the spirit of the great explorers- Lewis and Clark, this is a tool watch unmatched in both style and functionality.

Classic Design

Designed with a seamless blend of performance and flair, this field watch features a robust 316L stainless steel case paired with a durable green nylon strap. The sporty green dial is protected by a scratch and impact-resistant sapphire crystal. The intricately engraved case back depicting the Lewis and Clark Expedition adds a touch of historical elegance and cements the spirit of exploration.

Precision Timekeeping

Powered by the reliable precision of Seiko, this durable outdoor watch uses a hassle-free quartz movement that does not need any additional maintenance. The Explorer watch has an analog display with a practical date window positioned at 3 o'clock, alongside a dual 12/24-hour format, catering to both civil and military timekeeping needs.



Case Size - 40.00 mm
Case Thickness - 09.10 mm
Case Material - Stainless Steel


Dial Type - Analog
Dial Color - Green
Crystal - Sapphire Crystal


Movement - Quartz
Engine Caliber - Seiko VX42
Power Reserve - Upto 40 Hours


Band Type - Strap
Band Material - Nylon
Clasp - Buckle Clasp

Built for Adventure

Equipped with features designed especially for explorers, this field watch boasts an anti-reflective coating on the crystal, reducing glare for clear visibility in all conditions. Its luminous hands ensure clarity in low-light conditions or during nighttime adventures. A secure buckle clasp keeps the watch firmly in place as you move, and with 100m water resistance, it’s suitable for swimming, snorkeling, or just hiking through streams, making your adventures boundless.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Michel Fleury
I have received my watch this morning.

It is beautiful, the color of the dial is so nice.

The watch is beautiful.

It feels well built and made of good materials. I bought it for a gift and he loved it. Thanks.

Good looking watch at a super price.

Well packaged and with a two year guarantee.

John Bruell
Ratio Easy Reader Field Watch

With these specs this watch represents good value, the face isn't fully lumed & the crown is pull out contrary to what you might think. Nevertheless it has all you would want in basic field time piece, there is lume on the hands albeit nominal rather than the generous lume you will get on some divers watches. The case looks a bit thicker than photographs would indicate, VX42 is a Seiko/Epson using a standard 371 or SR920SW battery that should give about 36 months per install. It is quite likely that the cheap VX42 mechanism gives a lot better performance than the original chronometer that Meriwether Lewis purchased in Philadelphia in 1803 that cost at that time a whopping $250, though it would have been a beautiful 'Arnold's Watch' protected in a specially made case.