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$700.00 – $800.00
Einstein is the ultimate evolution of the Reactor style - bold, yet refined, built strong but maintaining a certain elegance. The skeletonized dial calls extra attention to the eyes of the Swiss quartz chronograph movement and the extra-flexible multi-link bracelet features a truly unique connection to the case. It dresses up or down with ease and makes a statement anywhere it is seen.
$550.00 – $650.00
While Reactor's original Proton set a new standard for analog world time watches, the Proton Never Dark® takes the style to a new level. For easier reading, we've simplified the dial by removing the chronograph function, and for true 24/7 visibility, we've added our patented Never Dark® illumination system. So now you can know the time anywhere, at anytime, in any light (or no light at all). It's the only watch you'll need as you travel the world. Also available in a chronograph version without Never Dark.
$550.00 – $700.00
Quantum represents a new direction for Reactor - more refined and elegant, yet still built just as tough. The extra-flexible multi-link bracelet features a unique connection to the case, while the Swiss quartz chronograph movement keeps perfect time. At only 13mm thin, Quantum is easy to wear under any circumstance, and is sure to draw some attention.
$700.00 – $900.00
Over the years, there have been many pilot's watches, from cheap knock-offs to a few classic Swiss and German brands. When Reactor decided to make a pilot's style, it had to be first and foremost a Reactor - big and bold with a certain flair that may be lacking in the more classic styles. Starting with a near 50mm case, the slide rule bezel dominates the design, smoothly turning in either direction to perform an impressive array of mathematical calculations. The asymmetric chronograph eyes make a statement, and the 1/20th sec. fractional chrono allows for very precise timing. Combined with all the regular Reactor DNA, our new Valkyrie is destined to become a classic, ready to travel wherever life takes you.