The Swiss Legend watchmaker is an independent company that has more than 30 years in the watchmaking business. While this is young in comparison to some of the older and more established watchmakers, they've already built a solid reputation for providing quality in materials, workmanship, and uniqueness. If you've not yet heard of Swiss Legend, we recommend giving them a second glance. Here are the five best models that the brand has currently listed on the market today.
Swiss Legend Sprint Racer
The Sprint Racer is a men's wrist-watch that can hold its own against many luxury timepieces. It's powered by a Swiss quartz movement and features a chronograph complication. T. he subdial functions are neatly placed against the contrasting black dial which makes it easy to read. In addition, and adding to the contrasts that are aesthetically pleasing and functional for readability are the gold-tone hands. The design is modern with a sportiness. It can be worn while swimming, diving or snorkeling with water resistance up to 330 feet.
Swiss Legend Trimix Diver
The Trimix Diver watch is popular among divers who want a bold and sporty watch that is water resistant up to 660 feet. It has a sporty and stylish appeal with a design that features a silver-tone and light blue face. This attractive men's diving watch features a chronograph function with subdials that are inset into the dial with contrasting white hands against the black dial. Functions include a 60 second, 30 minute and day of the week with a date window placed in the 4:00 position. The Arabic numerals are white with luminous treatment that makes them easy to read in all lighting conditions. The movement is a Swiss quartz. The crown is a screw down type and the bezel is octagon shaped. The case is made of stainless steel and the watch is protected by a sapphitek crystal. This watch is not only highly functional, but it's also sporty and attractive.
Swiss Legend Commander
The Swiss Legend Commander is a lovely watch with a 47 mm case that is made of stainless steel with a rose gold-tone finish. The dial is a lovely white color with rose gold-tone accents and nicely contrasting white hour markers and hands that show up nicely against the Arabic numerals that are painted on in black. They are coated with a luminous treatment for excellent visibility in all types of lighting environments. The watch is powered by a Swiss quartz movement with a date window placed between the 4:00 and 5:00 position. The watch is complimented with a white strap that features accents of rose gold tone ion plated stainless steel. It is water resistant up to 60 feet and is suitable for surface water sports, but not recommended for diving.
Swiss Legend Sprinter
The Sprinter is a lovely example that features a 47mm case that measures 14mm in thickness and is made of stainless steel material. The crown is a screw down style with function pushers on the side. The dial comes in a variety of color choices including white, orange, yellow or Grey. The Sprinter is powered by a Swiss ISA 8172/220 quartz movement. It is water resistant up to 330 feet and is suitable for surface water activities but not recommended for diving. The watch is protected by a Sapphitek crystal. The strap is made of strong and durable silicone rubber with a buckle clasp.
Swiss Legend Neptune
The Swiss Legend Neptune watch features a 52 mm x 19mm case that is crafted of stainless steel material with a screw down type crown for adjusting the time. The movement was made in the country of Switzerland and is a Swiss ISA 2331/103 quartz type. The dials come in several different color choices which include yellow, blue, red, light blue and black, with contrasting numerals and accents. The Neptune is protected with a mineral crystal that makes the dial below easy to read and resistant to glare from bright sunlight. The strap is made of silicone rubber which is resistant to corrosion from saltwater and it fastens with a buckle style clasp. This watch is water resistant up to 330 feet and is suitable for use during water sports or snorkeling, but it's not recommended for deep diving activities.
Written by Garrett Parker
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