Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Traser P6600 Shadow

Well, Traser has finally entered the "Blackout" market with entry of the P6600 Shadow. Now, up until this point, Luminox has been running away with the "Blackout" segment of the market. In fact, the Original Blackout from Luminox has sold so well that there is now a whole collection of watches by Luminox that feature the "Blackout" treatment. And to top it off, several of these watches are the best selling Luminox watches ever. So, it only makes sense for Traser to answer back with a "Blackout" watch of their own. Enter the P6600 Shadow...

Based off of the P6600 Mil-G platform this is maybe the best Blackout watch to come along yet. Although Traser's Blackout has arrived a year later than Luminox and many other Swiss brands in Blackout Design, they lead the field in making their Blackout to meet and exceed the new, tougher, MIL-W-46374F Specifications. The Traser P6600 Shadow is the leader in Military Stealth Watches.

Traser cut no corners in the manufacture of these watches. The P6600 Shadow uses the latest dual case design that basically places the precision Swiss movement inside two cases for the ultimate in shock and water protection. The watch utilizes a K1 Grade Mineral Glass Crystal for improved strength and durability and a carbon fiber unidirectional elapse time bezels with a tritium Traser dot at the 60 minute mark. The new Traser P6600 Shadow also utilizes full tritium illumination on the dial of the watch. This is the watch to wear when your very safety depends on having the precise time at a glance.

All of this in an all new slicker Blacked-Out version. The combination of style, durability, military precision and quality parts make this one of the best watches available today. The price makes it one of the best buys out there today. Combining all of the strengths and affordable price makes this the first MUST HAVE watch of 2012.

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