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Ratio FreeDiver Professional Sapphire Orange Dial Automatic RTF011 500M Men's Watch

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RTF011
Embrace the ocean's call with the FreeDiver Automatic RTF 500M, built for the depth-loving adventurer. With its 500-meter water resistance and automatic MIYOTA 8215 movement, it's ready for any challenge. The watch's bold orange dial mirrors the boldness in you, with a secure unidirectional bezel and a Parashock system for resilience against any impact. This is one perfect piece for diving enthusiasts who love a steady performance.
SPECIFICATIONS

Stainless Steel Case
Black Silicone Strap With Stainless Steel Buckle
Automatic Movement
Caliber: MIYOTA 8215
21 Jewels
Vibrations Per Hour: 21,600 bph
Shock System: Parashock
Unidirectional Bezel
Sapphire Crystal With Antireflective Coating
Orange Dial
Analog Display
40 Hours Power Reserve
Luminous Hands And Markers
Date Window At 3 O’clock
Screw Engraved Crown
Engraved Caseback (With Image Of A Free Diver)
Buckle Clasp
500m Water Resistance
This Watch Is Pressure Tested
Approximate Case Diameter: 42mm
Approximate Case Thickness: 15.65mm
Approximate Lug Width: 20mm

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Product Description

RATIO FreeDiver Professional Diver Watch Sapphire Crystal Automatic Diver Watch 500M Water Resistant Diving Watch for Men

Introducing the Ratio Freediver Professional Sapphire Orange Dial Automatic RTF011 500M Men's Watch, a timepiece that perfectly blends style and function. The orange dial adds a pop of color to the classic design, making it the perfect accessory for any adventure.

Meant for The Ultimate Adventures

Crafted with the utmost attention to detail, this watch is designed to withstand the rigors of deep-sea diving, with a water resistance of 500 meters. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and durable stainless-steel case and bracelet ensure that your timepiece always looks its best, no matter how far you travel.

Dependability at Its Best

The automatic movement ensures that you never miss a beat, while the luminescent hands and markers make it easy to read the time in any light conditions. The unidirectional rotating bezel allows you to easily keep track of elapsed time, making it the ideal companion for any diving enthusiast.

A Treasure to Own

Invest in the Ratio Freediver Professional Sapphire Orange Dial Automatic RTF011 500M Men's Watch today, and experience the perfect combination of style, function, and durability. With its bold design and impeccable craftsmanship, it's a timepiece that will stand the test of time and become a treasured part of your collection.

RATIO FreeDiver Professional Diver Watch Sapphire Crystal Automatic Diver Watch 500M Water Resistant Diving Watch for Men

Customer Reviews

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Love it.

I've only had the watch for a couple of hours so this review is based off that and I'll update down the road. initial impression is I love it. Size is just right for me. It's not gaudy big. I got the orange face and it's beautiful. Has good heft to it but not heavy on the wrist. There are a lot of haters on the band. I happen to love it but it is on the short side. i have small (I think) wrists and I only have 2 holes left on the band when I wear it. Like I said I'll update down the road, but for now I'm lovin' it.

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Rayden
A great budget diving watch with upscale details

The watch comes in with a case size of 42mm (45mm including crown), a lug to lug of roughly 46mm, and a lug width of 20mm. Case thickness is approximately 13mm, and the watch sits higher on my wrist as a result, in comparison to my other pieces. Unlike some other larger dive watches however, this one is well proportioned and will sit comfortably on most wrists, with rounded lugs helping to enhance the fit. The case is made of stainless steel, with a screw down crown located at 4 o’clock with accompanying crown guards. There is a certain heft to the watch; it’s a watch that you definitely feel on your wrist as you go about your daily activities. Personally, I take heavier to mean better quality materials – possibly due to the steel case. But if you’re looking for something lighter, you might want to look elsewhere, maybe for a titanium piece instead. The case adopts a brushed finish throughout; nothing fancy, which is what you’d expect out of a tool watch anyway. The screw down case back offers a bit of decoration, featuring an image of a free diver. The watch offers a staggering water resistance of 500m, which is probably more than you and I will ever need. I don’t think it’s ISO certified, and I’m not entirely sure I would bring this with me to the deepest depths of the ocean, but I’m sure its built to survive a swim or two. One of my favorite parts of this watch is the steel bezel; it gives the watch a sense of “ruggedness” and “rawness”. A plus is that the markers are embossed and not applied. The unidirectional bezel rotates smoothly with a most satisfying series of “clicks” – note however, that its a 60 click bezel. Sapphire has been chosen as the crystal of choice, offering great protection against scratches. I particularly enjoy how the watch looks under sunlight. “Keep it simple” is evidently the theme of the dial; it comes in a plain black, with round indices acting as the hour markers, and trapezium shaped indices marking the 12, 6, and 9 o’ clock positions. A date window is located at the 3 o’clock position. The watch is highly legible, using large arrow hands to make reading the time easier. The minute hand is also highlighted in orange, giving the dial a touch of contrast and color. The second hand comes in a lollipop style, ending off with a sharp arrow tip that reaches to the edge of the minute markers. An important feature of a dive watch is the lumen, after all, divers needed a way to read the time down in the depths of pitch dark waters. It is also one of the things that budget watches skip out on. The Ratio Free Diver however, does not disappoint.

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Matthew & Catherine Perry

Great diver for the money!! - I like everything! The crystal is sapphire and slightly domed. Awesome for this price. The bezel has great action and no back play at all. The lume is bright and on par with Seiko divers. The Miyota movement is a workhorse and should be reliable. The band is soft and comfortable but not long enough for a wetsuit. No problem if you're a "desk diver". I like the look of this watch and it refreshing to see something different that doesn't look like everything else. Diver's all tend to look very similar. This has its own identity. Can't beat the price for what you get, and I highly recommend this. Looks, feels, and functions, just as well or not better than any of my mid-tier divers. Oh, and the orange face is awesome. It pops and will get you a lot of looks. Just get it. Can't beat the price.

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Rf1comp

First one came Dead on Arrival - Like I said the first one came DOA, but Amazon replace with no issues. The second one came working like a champ. The watch comes in a nice brand box. Inside the watch is wrapped around a watch pillow in a plastic sleeve. The bezel has a nice firm clicks sound as it turns. It has very little play with a tight seat to the base. The crown has a good feel as you unscrew it open. The watch itself has good movement and the power dial winds smooth with every movement on the wrist. The band is soft to the touch. It has nice texturing so not to roll around too easy on the wrist. Overall, it's a nice witch as a start watch for a collection.