Being so intrigued through the Welder k22 replica I received a couple of days ago I made the decision to make contact with Ernie for any K22. Inside the week the timepiece was shipped and shipped for Friday. Nice method to finish a few days, right? Ernie rocks ! for such fast shipping and smooth transactions.
Opening the shipping box I drawn out a tough transporting situation. A pleasant compact situation using the Replica Welder Logo design embossed directly on it. The locks looked nice sturdy and there is a relieve knob for atmospheric pressure. There it had been. An enormous square Intrument watch in shiny blown steel with black face and whitened luminous numbers. I faintly heard a choir of angels singing softly without anyone's knowledge when i gazed in awe in the Welder k22 oversize watch replica. Calculating at 45mm squared (55mm such as the crown) the blown finished situation and bezel really caught the sunshine. Three chrono subdials in the 6-9-12 position. Date window at 3.
In case your in to the hunky chunky industrial look, the Welder k22 902 replica will do the job towards the 'T'. It's sorta such as the Shwarzeneggar from the instrument watch styling. Some initial impressions from the watch would be that the edges and corners might be a little sharp and uncomfortable for that wrist. Not even close to it. It is among the much more comfortable watches in my 7.25" wrist. A closer inspection will disclose the soft curvature from the situation to adapt for your wrist. Which the corners are neither sharp and sharp to result in any invasion. All across the situation is really a beveled edge. Nevertheless it does appear to create a formidable weapon if necessary, me thinks.
On all corners is really a large Hex Mind Cap Bolt. Dunno if the really keeps the timepiece together however they sure look industrial. Durable!! There is the Logo design along the side of the situation, Welder k22 906 replica complete opposite of the crown and talking about the crown there's the logo design on the website too.
Movement may be the Japanese Miyota OS10. I discovered that tugging the crown and setting time to be really light. I own a few Formex Auto's plus they all appear very heavy along with a wee bit stiff when setting occasions and date. Only a personal observation. Once in some time your amazed whenever you looked lower in the "clock" shackled by your wrist. You forget you've this type of monstrous watch on.