| Condition: || New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original packaging (such as the original box or bag) and/or with the original tags attached. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition || Brand: || Fortis |
| Case Dimensions: || 38 mm x 14 mm || MPN: || 667.10.72 M |
| Bezel Material: || Stainless Steel || Gender: || Mens |
| Bezel Function: || Stationary || Dial Color: || White |
| Calendar: || Day And Date || Band Color: || Silver |
| Water Resistance: || 100 Meters(330 feet) || Band Material: || Stainless Steel |
| Crystal: || Antireflective Sapphire || Clasp: || Fold Over Clasp With Safety |
| Features: || Automatic Swiss Movement Valjoux 7750, Fine timing device, Incabloc shock absorber, Stainless Steel case & bracelet, Chronograph function, Day and date display, Minute track, Luminous hands, Water-resistant to 100 Meters(330 feet) || Movement: || Automatic-Self-Wind |
| LACOSTE: || Fortis || UPC: || Does not apply | Fortis Men's 667.10.72 M Sqaure Chronograph Automatic Steel Day Date Watch Few watch companies are able to claim a full century of uninterrupted progress and innovation. Even fewer companies can say their watches are offered as standard equipment to astronauts. There’s only one company that can lay claim to inventing the first self-winding mechanical watch, and that company is Fortis Swiss Watches.
Fortis Watches celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012, however, reflecting for too long on a century-gone-by might be unjust to a company so focused on the century at hand. Fortis, after all, recently surpassed 100,000 orbits of the earth taking part in manned space missions that began in 1994. This incredible fact is an exclamation point on how a small Swiss company from Grenchen went from local watchmaker to official supplier of interplanetary travelers.
On Jan-03-17 at 10:08:25 PST, seller added the following information: