A classic self-winding timepiece that is battery free
Cadence’s Ecomatic watches are battery free and wind themselves with every motion of the user’s wrists. The watches have power reservers of 36 hours and on less active days users can manually wind the watch.
Classy enough to wear on any occasion, Ecomatic Sport Watch features and functions include:
- 42mm stainless steel case– featuring a hairline finish
- Super luminescent dial and watch hands– adds to the sophisticated look against the black or orange face of the watch
- Miyota 8215 movement made in Japan– automatic movement enables the auto-winding mechanism
- Date and time – displays the day, date and time
- Water resistant to 10ATM (100 Meters) – convenient for everyday wearing
- Genuine leather wristband – with subtle saddle stitched two part leather strap and stainless steel buckle
- 2 year warranty– protects the movement and hands if they ever become damaged or stop working
- Rotating inner ring– serves as a timer, giving users the ability to mark a specific time to see how much time has elapsed
”Watch batteries end up in landfills but the Ecomatic watches don’t require them,” says Vanya Buvac, founder of Cadence Watch Company. “Being environmentally friendly doesn’t mean you have to skip out on style. Now you can do your part to help the planet in a chic way.”
The Ecomatic Sport Watch retails at $225 and will be available for purchase in October at http://cadencewatch.com/ecomatic-sport-preorder. Receive a 40% discount it you pre-order the watch before it becomes available. The original Ecomatic Watch is currently available for $195.00 at www.cadencewatch.com.
The original Ecomatic Watch Features:
- Saddle stitched two part leather strap with stainless steel buckle
- Seagull automatic movement
- Water Resistant to 5ATM (50 meters)
- 40mm diameter case made from jewelry grade (316L) stainless steel
- Sapphire coated quartz glass to prevent scratching
About Cadence Watch Company
The Cadence Watch Company designs, produces and distributes branded performance and lifestyle watches. Based in Philadelphia, the company started in 2001 developing their initial product, a patented stroke rate monitoring watch for rowing. Since then, the company has grown into designing creative and unique lifestyle watches. For more information, please visit www.cadencewatch.com.
Max Borges Agency for The Cadence Watch Company
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