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Bering Solar Chronograph

Never Change Your Watch Battery Again: BERING Solar Chronograph Delivers Sophisticated Timekeeping Powered by the Sun! Read More
Item #: ES168

Was: $299.00

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Since 1980, our commitment to customer service has not changed — Herrington proudly stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of our products, and we truly hope you enjoy each and every purchase. However, in the event you are not completely satisfied, we will be happy to offer you a prompt exchange or refund within 90 days, provided that returned items are in their original condition and packaging. We believe in working with our customers to ensure each purchase is a positive experience.

Named after the Danish explorer Vitus Bering and inspired by the Land of the Midnight Sun, the BERING Solar Chronograph collects light from any source via a solar cell built into the dial, converts it to energy and stores it in a rechargeable battery — no changes required, so you can cross off 'get new watch battery' from your To Do list forever! And once it's fully charged, the power reserve keeps the quartz movement running for up to 12 months, even if kept in complete darkness at the North Pole! Rugged yet clean Danish design features three chronograph sub-dials (1/10 of a second, seconds, and minutes up to 60), balanced by a date window at 3 o'clock. Luminous hour/minute hands and sixty-second index encircles the dial's outer ring for easy timing. Hour numerals reside on the durable, high-tech ceramic bezel for a sleek look and 'quick glance' time checks. Highly scratch-resistant sapphire crystal caps the brushed stainless steel case, while a solid stainless steel bracelet with push-button "butterfly" deployant clasp makes for easy on/off wear! Water-resistant to 165'. Fits wrists up to 9". Comes beautifully gift boxed in a frosted glass bowl. 40mm case.

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