Skip to Main Content
Armourlite T25 Officer Series
Choose Favorites List

Armourlite T25 Officer Series

This Watch is So Rugged, a 22-Ton Fire Truck Couldn't Shatter It! Features 20 Year Tritium Illumination, Used in Aircraft and Night Sights! Read More
Item #: ES985
0.0 out of 5 (0)
Reviews: Write

Save 21%!

We are sorry, but this product is no longer available.
I've owned my share of watches, and admit I'm pretty rough on them. Whether working under the hood tuning an engine, or rough housing outside with the kids, my timepiece inevitably gets pretty banged up, and I've even cracked a few crystals. The new Amourlite T25 Officer Series watch takes an amazing amount of abuse yet provides the ultimate combination of accuracy, durability, and ease of use in all light conditions! Designed to meet the demanding needs of law enforcement officers and extreme outdoorsmen, the Officer Series incorporates tritium illumination for at-a-glance viewing in any lighting conditions. Watch hands and hour markers are accented with small, laser-sealed glass tubes filled with tritium gas and zinc sulfide that continuously react, converting electrical energy into bright, luminescent light — constantly shines bright for more than 20 years, without batteries! Two tritium markers on the hour hand and at 12:00 enhance rapid readability. Rugged, 316L stainless steel case with custom rubber retaining ring ensures superior shock resistance. Easy grip 8mm screw-down crown and screw-in case back provides water resistance to 330 feet. Top-of-the-line Swiss Ronda 5040.D quartz chronograph movement with date window at 4 o'clock. Three subdials track seconds, tenths of a second, and minutes up to 30. Revolutionary, rock-hard (6,000 Vickers!) Armourglass crystal is 8 times stronger than standard watch crystals — shatterproof, scratch-resistant, and highly impact-resistant, so the T25 takes an amazing amount of abuse, yet looks great and works well beyond expectations!

Customer Reviews

There are no reviews for this product yet. Be the first!
Required An asterisk is used to visually indicate that a field is required.
Would you recommend this product? Required Field