Smith & Wesson Grenadier Land And Sea Rescue Watch - Stainless Steel Back, TPR Band, Water-Resistant, Japanese Quartz Movement
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  • A phenomenal everyday wristwatch that is ready to take the abuse that you dish out in your daily adventures
  • It has a stainless steel back and tough TPU case, large easy-to-read numerals and a date display window at three o’clock
  • This quality field wristwatch is water resistant up to 100 feet and features precision Japanese quartz movement
  • The heavy-duty black, flexible TPR band is both comfortable and sturdy and has a stainless steel buckle and pins


The Smith & Wesson Grenadier Land And Sea Rescue Watch is a great everyday wristwatch that can take the abuse you dish out to it in your daily adventures. When you are looking for reliability, Smith & Wesson has always got you covered. This watch is water resistant up to 100 feet and features precision Japanese quartz movement. It has large, easy-to-read numerals and a date window. The durable black TPR strap, with a metal buckle for a secure fit, is both comfortable and sturdy.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5

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SERVANDO CARMONA JR
May 16, 2019
(5 out of 5)
The Grenadier Watch

This is the most comfortable watch I have ever worn.

 


Dec 03, 2018
(4 out of 5)
Love it.

Good, solid feel, nice high-contrast face. Water-resistant, so I don't have to worry in the shower or rain. Only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is 1) band's a little short (I have it in the 3rd notch from the end & I don't have wrists like a wrestler) & 2) the date window is so small it's almost a "why bother"-but at least it doesn't take the place of the "3".

 

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