This serial-numbered, limited edition design features a round, 316L stainless steel case with an exhibition back. The round dial houses silver-tone luminous index markers at all positions except 12:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00. Silver-tone luminous Arabic numerals are displayed at 12:00, 6:00 and 9:00. The date window is located at the 3:00 position. This timepiece is designed with silver-tone luminous hour and minute hands, and a red luminous sweeping second hand. The Superluminova Advanced Illumination System is used on all hands and indexes.
# Bracelet: Stainless steel bracelet with solid end links # Movement: Swiss ETA 2824-2 automatic 25 jewel precision movement # Crystal: Sapphire crystal # Crown: Screw down crown # Clasp: Deployant clasp with push button release # Bracelet Measurements: 9"L x 20mm # Case Measurement: 44mm # Water Resistance: 1,000 ft # Model Numbers: Blue: 225.2LX1 Charcoal: 225.2BX1 Copper: 225.2PX1 Silver-tone: 225.2SX1 # Warranty: Two year warranty
I've tried that watch on and love it. Just hard to justify $1000 for a brand that I've only seen on TV. (I tried it on at a watch show)
I agree to a point but if you actually tried it on and found it to be satisfactory then why not? If you like it after seeing it in person then go ahead and buy it. Once you prove,beyond the shadow of the hype, that it's a good watch you should have no problems. That plus CD is actually respected by the TV shoppers out there for good CS!!
Last Edit: Oct 27, 2007 19:40:16 GMT -5 by foghorn
C-D's are not just a TV brand. Even a trendy boutique here in suburban Rochester was a dealer until just recently. I tried to score a price on a C-D that I have been after when they had a liquidation sale.
Since then, I have purchased the Thunderbirds watch and am patiently awaiting delivery.
Pic is from the C-D catalog:
From Yogi Berra: "Do you mean now?" -- When asked for the time.