Saturday, September 24, 2016

Simplify Travel with REACTOR’s Proton World Time Watch

Calculate local time in any city with a twist of the world time bezel

(RELEASE) - Traveling can be stressful, worrying about making connection flights, clearing security and customs, packing in a carry-on to avoid bag check fees, and one of the biggest challenges, calculating time changes. Instead of relying on a smartphone to determine time of day REACTOR, maker of the worlds’ most durable and progressive sport watches, has created the Proton World Time watch that can be used to calculate time of day in any city by simply twisting the bezel.

Ideal for leisure or business travel, the REACTOR Proton World Time watch is available in three styles – a sleek 316L solid stainless steel bracelet with a bright blue or black dial and a two-tone IP yellow gold and 316L stainless steel bracelet with a navy dial. Each watch carries a 200-meter watertight rating making it durable to wear to the beach and stylish enough for to an elegant dinner.

To calculate the time anywhere in the world using the Proton World Time watch, simply set the watch to local time then align the closest major city with the hour hand on the dial. The local time in any time zone can then be read off the bezel. The numbers next to the cities listed on the bezel represent the positive offset from GMT time and a red asterisk indicates a city that does not follow daylight savings time.

The Proton World Time watch is built on the REACTOR DNA platform with a solid forged 316L stainless steel case and case back and solid link bracelet construction. It features a precise timing chronograph and locking push buttons. Additionally, like every REACTOR, the Proton World Time watch has solid screw bars for strength, free floating lugs for ultimate comfort and screw down crowns.

And, for the first time ever, the Proton World Time Watch is now available with REACTOR’s patented Never Dark® illumination technology. Never Dark® is the first technology to combine the intense brightness of Superluminova with the multi-year longevity of tritium, providing optimal illumination under all lighting conditions. Because it can take up to 30 minutes for the human eye to fully adjust to the dark, Superluminova's intense peak brightness makes a Never Dark™ watch easily visible during that initial adjustment period. In situations where the watch will remain in the dark for many hours, the tritium will remain visible for years, even if the watch is never returned to the light.

The Proton World Time watch has an MSRP range of $550.00 to $650.00. For more information or to find a local retailer, visit:

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