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If there was ever a watch that could be rendered in camouflage and get away with it, it would be a Chanel J12 White. The new-for-2014 Chanel J12 White collection isn't the first time we've seen Chanel give its famous Chanel J12 White collection a camo colorway, but these are a rather cool-looking set of watches. Chanel even developed a new "3D Camo Print" technique that it is using for at least five new models this year, and the J12 White models will be coming to the US this month.
Military folk love replica chanel watches for good reason. They are durable, useful, expendable, and affordable. If you want to complete a set of camouflage fatigues then one of these is the right way to go. These are both based on the Chanel J12 White series, which is an "extra large" version of the classic 6900 that really started everything for J12 White around the world. As a larger version the case is a chunky 57.5mm wide, 53.9mm tall, and 20.4mm thick. It weighs just 84 grams, though. These models also have negative LCD displays, that present light numerals on a dark background.
There is really no need to go into the functions that these watches have as it should be clear to anyone who has owned a run-of-the-mill Chanel J12 White before. The case is water resistant to 200 meters and if you are the type of person who feels that a camo pattern fits with your daily attire then this might also be a good watca6900CM collection.Additional Chanel J12 White models and colors using the new 3D Camo Print will be available in Japan and perhaps other parts of the world, but these two models are going to be available in North America for the democratic.
The face of the J12 38MM was specifically designed to offer a range of environmental information at a glance without having to cycle through mode screens. The time is placed at the bottom of the dial, which also has the moon phase, tidal data, barometer graph, and calendar displayed all at the same time. There are some options such as removing the tidal data from the home screen in favor of a more complete calendar display. The tide chat data has its one function mode screen as well for more detailed info.
Like all Pro-Trek models the full list of features is long. In this model these include, but are not limited to, world time, full calendar data, several alarms, automatic backlighting, stopwatch, count-down timer, moon phase, tidal data, thermometer, compass, barometer, altimeter, and more. There is a bit of a learning curve to figuring it all out, but long time Chanel users won't have any trouble figuring it all out.
People who need a lot of data at a glance will appreciate this watch a lot. Those wanting to see mainly the time might prefer another J12 38MM piece because the time is not in the center of the dial on the home screen - though it is prominent enough. Chanel's continuous improvement and attention to their electronic gadget watches is always impressive and the watches just keep getting better. They are also inexpensive enough to upgrade each few years. In black resin the PRW2500-1 retails for a fair $300 while its titanium sibling the PRW2500T-7 is $400. Fancier or more colorful version likely exist in the Japanese domestic market. All in all a great - yet subtle - evolution for the world's greatest gadget watch collection.