To be closer to the OX® FROG300
Although it's been a popular request, we already had in mind the launch of a physical catalog, as we believe it's an excellent way to feel the FROG300 closer.
Dear proud owners, friends, and followers, we've just set up a .pdf catalog for our groundbreaking and acclaimed OX® FROG300. Overall, it's a way to physically feel it closer, and for the owners - of which there are many - we want you to have more than just an invoice or receipt.
A CATALOG THAT ALMOST SAYS IT ALL
This catalog is designed with the utmost care and passion for well-done things, where you can view your gem and read about details that might have been overlooked, like the FROG logo placed on the right side of the grade 4 titanium case. At first glance, it might seem like a mere aesthetic detail that also glows, but it's more: it's an emergency auxiliary lighting function.
THANKS TO ITS POWERFUL MULTILAYERED SUPER-LUMINOVA®
Imagine being in complete darkness, whether because of depth or because the battery of your underwater flashlight ran out. Or it's just nighttime at the peak of a mountain or on the bow of a ship, with no moonlight, in pitch-black conditions.
If we've previously charged the luminous pigment (with artificial light), a strong light will emanate from the side of our watch for up to 7 hours, suitable and valid for reading our dive charts or spotting any detail we need to see. Also, being on our wrist, it leaves both hands free!
Are we inventors? Yes and no, we're also visionaries, always looking for practical functions with no superfluities. This function is inspired by fishermen who use micro flashlights attached to their fingers to set up the hook of their rod.
You can download your brand new OX® FROG300 catalog by clicking here.
OX OCEANIX® WATCHES LLC
P.S.: Everything is going as planned. The samples are taking a bit longer, and we expect to have them in our hands by November to final tests and press reviews (as we already mentioned, this is only a good sign as it means things are being done not just well, but very well). The delivery of the units remains unchanged, scheduled for April 2024 (or maybe a tad earlier).