You'll notice that these three watches heavily feature the use of diamonds. Well women do like diamonds, but there is another reason. Not to sound remedial, but people like diamonds because they shine. The shine comes from light refracting off the various flat planes on the cut gem. When you are inspecting a diamond, you gently turn it in the light to admire its sparkle. Using this same concept, the designers of these three watches specifically places diamonds on the moving parts so as to enhance the sparkle factor. I do hope that "sparkle factor" now becomes an industry terms.
* New tough movement calibre 5046 assembled on a new factory line just for this line. (More on this below.)
* Solar powered with six-month power reserve.
* Radio-set, six bands (US, UK, Germany, Japan x2, China).
* Hour, minute, second, date (with a neat matching red date wheel as shown).
* Settable timezone in 1-hour increments (if you need fractional you have to disable automatic time setting).
* Stainless steel case with screwed caseback.
* Resin strap.
* 200m (660ft) water resistant.
* Luminous material applied to hands and hour markers.
* 46mm by 14.1mm, 87g weight.
Inside is a special movement enhanced by Temption. They call it the Caliber T20.1, and it is based on the Dubois-Depraz 4900 automatic movement. Although it appears to resemble an ETA Valjoux 7750 in function it is larger, has about twice as many jewels in the movement, and is has some other interesting differences. The calendar is an annual calendar meaning you only need to adjust it during leap years, thus it knows the month, and how many days the month has. Most noticeable of course is the big date complication, which is very nicely integrated. It also has a pulsimeter around the bezel (for measuring pulse) as part of the chronograph function that it has.