Navy blue with stainless bezel, ABS case with velcro strap, stainless buckle and a start/stop button mounted on the front bezel.
26mm round display size
Large 10mm digit height
Single row display
Shock & Water Resistant to 5 ATM
Normal Timekeeping Mode (12 or 24 Hour)
Calendar Function (date/month or month/date)
Alarm function (for wake up calls etc)
Countdown repeat option for one design racing
Countdown and Up to show elapsed time for handicap races
5,4,1,0 ISAF start sequence pre-programmed with audible warning signals, can be silenced if preferred.
5 minute, 3 minute and multiples of 1 minute programs as well
“Sync Button” for instant synchronization if a gun is missed.
Electro-luminescence backlight feature for night sailing
Calculated at checkout
Ben Ainslie triple Olympic gold medallist athlete on track for London 2012 (03:44)
Ben Ainslie has been confirmed by the BOA (British Olympic Association) as one of the first athletes to be selected to be part of Team GB for the 2012 London Olympic Games. After a hard fought qualification battle against some very talented British sailors Ainslie will now get his chance to compete for his fifth Olympic medal and fourth gold at successive Olympic Games. He will be the only athlete competing in London for a fourth Olympic gold at consecutive Games.Mixed with awe-inspiring sailing footage the video features five times Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave, sports journalist Henry Winter, Team GB double Olympic gold medallist sailor Iain Percy and Brazilian sailing legend Robert Scheidt talking about Ben and his achievements. It's a timeline of Ben's career and features Ben's thoughts on his past successes and hopes for the future.
Ben Ainslie tr...
Ben Ainslie has been confirmed by the BOA (British Olympic Ass...