2021 - Titanium ( X1 ) SR-35 / Diver Automatic Watch + Titanium Mil Band by Maratac!
With No Date Window ( Date Model 100% Sold Out )
- Limit 1 Per Customer -
Includes New 20mm Maratac™ Titanium Mil Series Band
( Can Order An Extra Here )
Very Low Inventory In Stock!
EXTREMELY LIMITED STOCK ON HAND! (LIMITED PRODUCTION OF 250 PIECES)
The SR-35-Titanium is Maratac™'s newest mid size watch. Designed completely in Sunnyvale, California by County Comm’s Development Team. It features a Seiko NH-35 24 jewel automatic movement known for its superior quality, accuracy and of course it's hacking feature. This movement provides up to 40 hours of power reserve when not in use.
It's stainless steel cousin the SR-35 was featured in the article “Gear We Love!” in Concealed Carry Magazine. The SR-35-Titanium is the next step up.
This watch is made to exemplify the purest form of time, which provides a simplistic feel to the watch. This mid size watch is ideal for both formal and casual events, and is built to last with it's robust sapphire domed crystal. This is another clean and simple design by Maratac™
The SR-35-Titanium features a unidirectional 1-hour timing bezel with a ceramic insert infused with Super-LumiNova® C3 Phosphorus. The ceramic bezel is highly scratch resistant, UV resistant, durable and glows brightly.
Your watch will come with a 20mm Maratac™ Titanium Mil Series band so you can wear it the moment you receive it.
The SR-35-Titanium is considered “Mid Size”. It is equally at home on the range, on patrol or at a formal dinner.
Just The Facts:
- 40mm Diameter Case, 14.4mm Thick.
- Screw Down Crown is located at the 4 o’clock position for left and right hand wear.
- Case: Titanium 6Al-4V (Grade 5), cut from a solid block. Weight: 65.5 Grams For Titanium (FYI: Stainless SR-35 weighs 86.4 grams)
- Dial: Matte Black with Super-LumiNova® Grade X1 ( Triple Applied C3 ) Second Hand : ( International Orange Pantone : O21C ).
- Seiko NH-35 Automatic / Self Winding (Hacking movement ) 24 Jewel movement ( 21,600 Vibrations Per Hour )
- Water resistant: 10 ATM (Note: Don’t take any watch into a hot tub or steam room)
- Crystal: Sapphire (Next to diamond in hardness) crystal domed crystal with AR (Anti-Reflective) coating.
Click Here to See CountyComm's Maratac® 20mm Bands.
Note: Titanium bracelet as seen on previous iterations of the SR-35 is not included and not in production at this time
I've had the watch for two weeks, it fits great and keeps good time. Hopefully there will be Ti bracelet bands coming soon. It has become my daily wear watch.
First, photos don’t do this watch justice. It’s MUCH better looking in person, feels great on my large wrist. Titanium case lives up to it’s promise of light weight. Unidirectional bezel moves in crisp increments, excellent grip even with gloves. It’s been accurate, and hasn’t leaked in shallow water. Added an Orange Maratac band to mine that matches color of second hand. Only suggested change for future Revisions: Please enlarge Date Window.
Nice and light on an orange Zulu band, about 7-10 seconds fast a day. Hopefully stored face down at night will bring that closer to zero
This is my second Maratec. The watches are super high quality and can take a beating. The metal is a whole lot lighter than steel, which is nice but takes getting used to.....I'm a Rolex person, so this model is a bit small on my wrist. I prefer this over the Submariner It did not come with the titanium metal bracelet, so I bought a steel 20mm on eBay for $20. The pair functions well and that added some weight. Overall, this is an excellent watch and I highly recommend purchasing this model for your collection.
I wasn’t sure what to expect from this watch, but I have to say the fit and finish are excellent. The dial is understated, easy to read, and with a quick charge the lume is nice and bright. Most importantly, it keeps good time, only losing 2-3s per day.
Ok, now for my only issue. You market this as a Diver’s Watch, yet it only has a 100m/10atm depth rating. That’s fine for swimming, snorkeling, and maybe a very shallow dive, but not for even modest depths. Here’s why. The 10atm rating represents static pressure. In use the watch is subjected to dynamic pressure, which at modest depths, say 50-60m, could briefly exceed the 100m rating. Most dive watches carry at least a 200m/20atm rating.
That being said, I have not used a watch to time a dive in some years, so the insufficient depth rating isn’t a deal breaker. A 200m/20atm depth rating would be nice for future models.