Wenger Men’s 70890 Swiss Raid Commando Patagonian Expedition Race Watch

Swiss precision to take the mission by storm! Wenger Swiss Raid Commando Watches. Like all good commandos, Commando Watches adapt to their environment naturally with quiet confidence! Well-suited for field or office, day or night, thanks to luminous hands, tachymeter, chronograph, and lots more, all backed by steady Swiss quartz movement. Features: Rugged stainless steel case and screw-on caseback; PVD coating reduces wear and eliminates reflective glare; Precise Swiss quartz movement; Luminous hands and markers for timekeeping in total darkness; 12-hr. chronograph function; Tachymeter function measures speed over a known distance; Water resistant to 100m (330′); Mineral crystal face resists scratching and marring; Date display; Regular crown (Patagonian Expedition Race Edition features a pull-out crown); Rubber strap bracelet with metal buckle; Case width: 42 mm (1.65″). Lug width: 20 mm (0.78″). Backed by a 3-yr. mfr. warranty. Order yours today! Men’s Wenger 70890 Commando Patagonia Expedition Race Edition WatchFeaturing a bold black-and-white color scheme, the Men’s Commando Chrono Watch combines sporty style with a myriad of great features. It also bears a pedigree: Swiss company Wenger was one of the original manufacturers of the Swiss army knife in 1908. Three chronograph subdials populate the black dial, along with a date window at the four o’clock position. Encircling the dial, the black bezel doubles as a tachymeter. The watch is tough enough for all your outdoor adventures (though still stylish enough for everyday wear) with a stainless steel case, a hardy mineral crystal, and water resistance to 330 feet (100 meters).

Product Features

  • 3 year Limited warranty
  • Full sweep second hand
  • Screw on back
  • Swiss made; presentation case
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

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3 Replies to “Wenger Men’s 70890 Swiss Raid Commando Patagonian Expedition Race Watch”

  1. Solid Watch Received this watch a couple weeks ago. I mainly wear as a casual-sport watch. And I got it at a pretty nice price -just around 200..IT’s heavy and well built, very sturdy in feel and appearance. It’s big, but not unreasonably so as to draw unwanted or unecessary attention to it. The band is a fairly thick, durable silicone and works ok with this watch. The band, if hot outside, does seem to grab a bit on your skin and stick after wearing it for several hours, but it’s apparent durability and resistance to the elements makes up for this (it’s moisture/sweat resistant). But these are just minor issues and certainly not deal-breakers. The watch is also easy to operate and not too complicated to be practical at keeping chrono time. This is a ‘man-watch’…understated, solid, strong, and it makes a bit of a statement, the right kind of statement for any guy who’s not into “jewelry”, but demands a solid, good looking timepiece. Overall happy with this purchase. Delivery was fairly prompt and I received it in brand new condition.

  2. Nice Watch I would agree with the other posters as far as quality and watch construction, it’s good and solid. The poster who talked about dust clinging to the band was dead on. I received my watch yesterday, love the look and feel but the band collects dust, fuzz and other fine particles like crazy and it’s a little annoying. I’m sure if I run it under water it will be perfectly clean again but it won’t stay that way very long. Other than that I love the watch. If Wenger makes other bands for this watch I may look into that option.

  3. Quality, styling and appearance…10/10 I had been wearing an Omega Seamaster full size for the past several years and needed a change. Although I love my Omega, I was looking for an outdoors-centered watch with a rubber band I could wear while performing most outdoor activities. I was also looking for a more rugged look while maintaining a professional appearance.This Wenger Commando watch is exactly what I was looking for. When holding it in your hand, the weight of the watch gives it substance, yet is still light enough to not interfere with manual activities. When playing around with the dials, you can feel the quality of the watch. The black band is soft to the touch, yet strong and feels very comfortable against my wrist. Although the band does collect some lint particles, it isn’t nearly to the extent that other reviewers commented.I agree with many reviewers that the sticker price of $425 is a too high for this watch. But if you can find it for under $300, I think it’s a great quality watch at a good price. I compare it to Citizen, Luminox and some Casio watches, and this Wenger outperforms all of them in styling alone. I don’t think you’d be disappointed with this purchase.

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