Tevise make one of the very cheapest Submariner homage watches, that surprisingly comes fitted with an in-house automatic movement (albeit a very basic one). This one features a design directly ripped from the submariner, though does come in at a slightly larger size of 42mm. While it’s far from the best watch out there, it’s probably the cheapest way to get a watch that looks like a Submariner and retains the sweeping second hand.
The gentleman’s choice, classic look, and timeless design. The case and band material are made of high-quality stainless steel. Minute markers around the outer edge. Date display by cyclops lens at the 3 o’clock position. Complete calendar. 3 bar life waterproof and mineral Hardlex windows scratch protection & shock resistant, luminous hands.
Tevise automatic movement
Larger size 42 mm
3 Bar water resistance
Questionable quality control
Brand Name: TEVISE
Water Resistance Depth: 3Bar
Clasp Type: Bracelet Clasp
Style: Fashion & Casual
Movement: Automatic Self-Wind
Band Length: 20cm
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Feature: Auto Date
Model Number: T801A
Case Shape: Round
Band Width: 20mm
Case Thickness: 14mm
Dial Window Material Type: Hardlex
Boxes & Cases Material: Paper
Item Type: Mechanical Wristwatches
Dial Diameter: 42 mm
Band Material Type: Stainless Steel
TEVISE MECHANICAL WATCH USE INSTRUCTIONS
Just received the watch, the first use, need to rotate clockwise 15-20 laps, as the initial power
Note that your self-winding mechanical watch may stop overnight or appear to be running slowly. This does not necessarily indicate a malfunction or defect in the watch. It indicates that there is insufficient wrist action, kinetic energy while wearing the watch.
Please wear your watch at least 8 hours a day to maximize power reserve.
If the watch is not worn for an extended period of time, please rewind by moving your watch back and force for 30 seconds in order to initiate the power process.
It is recommended to repeat steps 2-4 every night before removing your watch for the first week after purchase
Wearing your watch daily or every couple of days for keeping accurate time
The National Standard of Mechanical Time Error: Around -60 ~ +60(seconds/day)