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Following on the success of our Oxide model comes its sister watch, Crystal. With a case diameter a full 7.5mm smaller than Oxide, we listened to the requests of our ladies and accommodated accordingly. This is one instance where smaller may be better.
Reactor’s #1 seller for three years in a row, Gamma’s 45.5mm case makes a statement while still being very easy to wear. The heavy texturing is pure sport, backed up with an extreme 300M depth rating and an extraordinarily bright coating of Superluminova.
While every Reactor is made for use in and around water, the Poseidon takes the concept to the extreme. This professional diver model features a 1000M depth rating and dual internal/external rotating timing bezels to keep track of bottom time and safety stops.
While Reactor's original Proton set a new standard for analog world time watches, the Proton Never Dark® takes the style to a new level. For easier reading, we've simplified the dial by removing the chronograph function, and for true 24/7 visibility, we've added our patented Never Dark® illumination system. So now you can know the time anywhere, at anytime, in any light (or no light at all). It's the only watch you'll need as you travel the world.
The world is shrinking, and more people than ever need to stay in touch around the globe. Reactor's new Proton makes it easier than ever to know the time anywhere with a simple twist of the world time bezel. Simply set Proton to the local time wherever you are, turn the bezel so the city in your time zone aligns with the hour hand, and the local time in any other time zone can be read right off the bezel - it even has notations for regions that don't follow daylight savings! Plus, it's a great looking timepiece in a very wearable 45mm diameter case.
A totally new style for women, Spectrum is perhaps our sportiest offering yet, with a big, easy-to-read dial set in a 38mm diameter case and surrounded by a color-matched bumper which adds to the look while also protecting the watch from impact.
Over the years, there have been many pilot's watches, from cheap knock-offs to a few classic Swiss and German brands. When Reactor decided to make a pilot's style, it had to be first and foremost a Reactor – big and bold with a certain flair that may be lacking in the more classic styles. Starting with a near 50mm case, the slide rule bezel dominates the design, smoothly turning in either direction to perform an impressive array of mathematical calculations. The asymmetric chronograph eyes make a statement, and the 1/20th sec. fractional chrono allows for very precise timing. Combined with all the regular Reactor DNA, our new Valkyrie is destined to become a classic, ready to travel wherever life takes you.