The Freestyle Hammerhead FX Watch lets you know you've been fighting that big-arse tuna for over an hour now. The durable polyurethane strap and 45mm stainless steel case have no problem kicking back and counting the minutes while you battle the fish of your life, and the water-resistant case doesn't mind the occasional ocean spray. Luminous hands and markers also come in handy once the sun disappears into the horizon.
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tiniest hour and minute hands
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I like the watch except for the fact that I cannot see the hour and minute hands. They are tiny. The second sweep hand is so big in comparison that it obscures the hour and minute hands and I often have to look at the watch 2 or 3 times until I can tell what time it is. Impossible to read in the dark. Whoever designed this watch didn't think much about utility. Otherwise the watch seems well made, is comfortable and looks nice. I haven't taken it diving but it has held up to a couple of paddle board surfing sessions and some several mountain bike rides. Good barracuda bait. Only recommended if your distance vision is better than 20/20.