|Series||BEAR GRYLLS SURVIVAL 3780 LAND SERIES|
|Size of case diameter||45.00 mm|
|Crystal/Glass material||Hardened Mineral Crystal|
|Strap/Bracelet material||Black genuine rubber strap|
|Water resistance (m/ft/atm)||200 / 660 / 20|
|Illumination||Luminox self-powered illumination, constant glow for up to 25 years in any light condition|
The LAND series watches come equipped with just about everything Bear Grylls requires to survive in any terrestrial adventure. Not only are the 45mm CARBONOX cases water resistant to 200 meters, the LAND timepieces are chronographs, perfect for calculating walking speed, with a special scale on the bezel. This watch comes with a black dial and a black rubber strap, with special ruler markings. It is also equipped with a compass on the strap. The dial features orange markings, and Never Give Up slogan. The crown and pushers are solid stainless-steel, and the crown features an orange rubber ring for easy grip.
LAND SERIES BEAR GRYLLS SURVIVAL 3780 LAND SERIES SPECIAL FEATURES
Calculate walking speed
Using a Bear Grylls Survival series watch, you can calculate your approximate average walking/hiking speed in an hour. In order to calculate, start with the second hand pointing at the 12 and walk 164ft (50m). When you reach that distance, the number that the second hand is pointing at on the bezel is your approx. walking speed. PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended that you measure how many steps you personally need to walk 50 m/164 ft, prior to beginning your calculation.
The front of the Bear Grylls Land Series signature rubber strap is a map scale: 1:50,000 means that one centimeter on the map represents 50,000 centimeters of real space, which is 500 meters.
This adventure accessory is a multitasker! Paracord strap has evolved from pioneering watchstrap to stand-alone travel tool, and is handwoven from superior strength nylon cord used in parachute suspension lines. When unravelled, the paracord strap has a total length of approx. 80 centimeters (0.8 meters), and the woven strands can resist a charge of up to 250 kilograms
The front of the Bear Grylls Land Series signature rubber strap is a functioning ruler, with one side being in inches, and the other in centimeters.
On the backside of the Land Series signature rubber strap, the morse code provides both an equivalence for numbers (top part of back of the strap) and for letters (bottom part of the back of the strap). Morse code is of high utility when in need of sending SOS (for example, using a torch light)