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Military watch BLACK "WATCH ONE" by "CS hoch2", classic watch, automatic movement, black PVD coated stainless steel case, 10 ATM, sapphire glass, Nato strap

Military watch BLACK "WATCH ONE" by "CS hoch2", classic watch, automatic movement, black PVD coated stainless steel case, 10 ATM, sapphire glass, Nato strap

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A case shape that is conservative. To shield the left hand's back from friction and pressure points, adopted the crown. Since there have been military timepieces, the onion crown and sword pointer have been "the" archetypal aviator combo.

The dial is contemporary, neat, and clean. It's an arrowhead sign. During his tenure as an Army Armory Officer in 1585–1586, Sir Philippe Sidney introduced it to Britain as a registration marking.

This watch is completed with a sapphire glass disc, stainless steel, and 100 meters of water resistance. Undoubtedly, Japanese automatic movement is adopted, since it has been demonstrated a million times.

The Nato strap can be replaced effortlessly, and incredibly robust. It also makes losing the watch nearly difficult.

According to state-of-the-art, the luminosity is ensured by the finest quality luminescent contents. 

The excellent and specially designed box further enhances the watch's gift-giving potential.

The case back has the company's logo as well as performance data discreetly inscribed on it.

Our first watch, "watch one".

Carsten Stasch

Charlie Schmolke

The 40mm casing is the perfect compromise between a ladies' and men's watch; it's neither too big nor small. Many more bracelet options are available because of the 20mm lug width. The interesting thing about this watch is that it fits for all.


Case diameter: 40 millimeters

Bridge width: 20 millimeters

The "watch one" has a stainless steel case and the black "watch one"  has a stainless steel case with PVD coating. 

Japanese Miyote 8215 Automatic movement is recorded. Incorporated with 21 jewels, Parashock shock system and 40 hours of power reserve makes it incredibly special.

Glass: sapphire glass

Water resistance: 100 meters / 10 ATM

The "watch one" is white, with a white dial, green-illuminating hands and indices, a stainless steel case, and a black NATO strap.

Black "watch one" with a black dial, light-blue glowing indices and hands, a black PVD-coated stainless steel case, a stainless steel case back, and a black NATO strap.


with bracelet 77 grams

Without bracelet 60 grams

Bracelet: Stainless steel parts, 20mm wide, very high grade Nato bracelet.

Further details regarding the employed arrow sign:

It's an arrowhead sign. Together with Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick, Sir Philippe Sidney, the Army Armory 1585–1586, introduced it into Britain as a symbol of state property or registration. "Master General of the Ordnance" was the formal title, and as such, he reported directly to Parliament rather than to the Supreme General. This mark was created by him and appears on his family crest.

The "watch one" is a discreet, well-worn timepiece suitable for daily usage. Reading the time in seconds is all that matters. The case back has all data inscribed on it without any extras. A constant friend and comrade, whether dressed in a field uniform or not is this "watch one".

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