IDS Advanced Field Operator-Israel Defense Force
ADI Tactical line of watches was designed in collaboration and for different Israeli End-Users: the Navy, Airforce, Different Ground and SWAT Forces.
It is designed to meet the requirements of professional personnel for a rugged, Comfortable and Reliable analog watch. Simple and Reliable it is today a standard-issue equipment for tens of thousands of soldiers in the Israeli Defense Forces.
An analog design with glow in the dark dials and numbers/scales. High precision quartz movement. An additional digital display includes a stopwatch, timer, and alarm. A turning top ring allows user additional diving and timing functions. Mineral glass and water resistant up to 100 meters / 10ATM.
Features & Specs
- Water Resistant up to 10ATM
- Diameter: 45 mm
- Stainless steel
- Mineral Glass
- Sillicon Strap
- Water resistant
- Quartz Movement
- Self Illuminated Dials
All Adi watches come with a one-year warranty.
Adi Watches was established in 1984 as a local Israeli watch manufacturer for the Israeli Defense Forces and continued doing so ever
Along the years Adi has expanded its line of products- also making tactical-elegant products.
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