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FINANCIAL DETAILS AND TOTAL PAYMENT
If you pay $335 each month by the due date, you will pay a total of $8584.62 and pay off your obligation in 26 months.
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|Highest Regular Balance||Minimum Payment|
|Up to $265.00||$25.00|
|$265.01 to $500.00||10% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$500.01 to $750.00||9% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$750.01 to $1,500.00||7% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$1,500.01 to $2,500.00||6% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$2,500.01 & Up||5% of Highest Regular Balance.|
What Ring Size Should I Order?
Step 1. Measure the finger on which the ring will be worn (in millimeters). 3 mm is approximately 1/8 inch.
Step 2. find the U.S. ring size closest to this measurement in the list below.
|Ring Size||Ring Size in millimeters|
OMEGA first introduced the Seamaster 300 in 1957 - it was a watch designed especially for divers and professionals who worked underwater. More than half a century later, the timepiece makes a comeback in a completely upgraded and enhanced form, ready for a new generation of adventurers. This Seamaster 300 has a sand-blasted black dial with hands coated with "vintage" Super-LumiNova. The polished ceramic bezel ring has a Liquidmetal® diving scale. The 41 mm brushed and polished stainless steel case is presented on a matching bracelet. A transparent case back makes it possible to see the anti-magnetic OMEGA Master Co-Axial calibre 8400 automatic movement within.
OMEGA Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer O23330412101001
|Clasp Type||PUSH BUTTON FOLD OVER CLASP|
|Watch Case||STAINLESS STEEL|
|Watch Bezel||PATTERNED BEZEL|
|Watch Bandtype||STAINLESS STEEL BRACELET|
|Watch Crystal Type||SAPPHIRE CRYSTAL|
|Watch Dial Color||BLACK|
|Watch Power||SELF WINDING|
|Watch Features||SECOND HAND, WATER RESISTANT|
|Watch Warranty||OMEGA WARRANTY|
- What is the difference between a quartz movement and a self-winding movement?
The normal daily action of moving your arm is sufficient to keep a self-winding movement activated or the watch can be placed in a watch winder to maintain accurate time. A quartz movement uses a vibrating quartz crystal that powers a small motor. A mercury-free battery supplies the electric current to the crystal at a constant rate. For most watches, the battery should be replaced once a year.
- What does analog or digital mean?
Analog is a type of display that has a dial, hands, numbers or markers, subdials and sometimes a day or date window. The background can be patterned or plain to aid visibility or impart style to the design. This is the traditional watch face. A digital display usually has LED (light emitting diode) numbers and sometimes also shows a range of functions including elapsed time, date, alarms, speed, distance and even temperature. These watches are almost always battery powered, though there are also watches that use light instead of a battery.
- What is a chronograph and how does it work?
The chronograph function is for measuring elapsed time, like a stopwatch. Chronograph movements are activated with one or more buttons near the crown, and the dial usually includes one or more subdials to show the fractions of a second or elapsed minutes or hours.
- What's the difference between a watch bracelet and a watch band?
The term bracelet is generally used with a watch strap made of metal, such as stainless steel or titanium and fastens with a clasp. Many designs include links that flex easily with wrist movement, which makes them a popular choice for men's timepieces. These bracelets can be lengthened or shortened by adding or removing links.
Another metal bracelet design for women's watches uses a solid metal bangle that fastens with a jewelry clasp.
A band is often crafted of leather, patent leather or silicone rubber, and can be secured with either a buckle or a clasp. Both men's and women's watches use bands.
Both types of straps are interchangeable, some by the user, others by a watch repairman. Strap widths are measured in millimeters.
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