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Tritium-fuelled watches debut at Cash'n'Carrion

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Tritium-powered illuminationCash'n'Carrion Our old mate tritium - as featured in the now legendary Glowring - has resurfaced at Reg merchandising tentacle Cash'n'Carrion, but this time in a more useful role than simply providing an entertaining keyring with which to amaze your friends.

Yes indeed, a small, atomically-powered round of applause if you please for the Nite range of tritium-illuminated timepieces, encompassing the MX10 (on right), MX20 and MX 30 at £119.11 (£139.95 inc VAT), £170.17 (£199.95 inc VAT) and £161.66 (£189.95 inc VAT), respectively.

And you get plenty of bangs for your bucks, with no less than 15 or 16 (depending on model) GTLSs (Gaseous Tritium Light Sources) spread across the hour markers and hour, minute and second hands.

The MX10 by daylightThe specs of the MX 10 (seen here by daylight) are:

  • Diameter - 41mm
  • Weight - 78 grams
  • Case - solid stainless steel
  • Dial Plate - solid black
  • Water Resistance - 100 metres
  • Illumination - GTLS. 15 individually positioned light sources
  • Back Plate - laser engraved, screw-in stainless steel
  • Strap/Bracelet - black polymer
  • Battery (life span) - v391 silver oxide (5.5 years)
  • Movement - Miyota 2117 calendar Japan movement
  • Guarantee - watch 2 years, light source 10 years

The MX20The tough MX20 "Time Tank" boasts:

  • Diameter - 45mm
  • Weight - 105 grams
  • Case - Solid Stainless Steel case (Gun Metal)
  • Water Resistance - 200 metres
  • Illumination - 16 individually hand positioned light sources
  • Back Plate - laser engraved, screw-in stainless steel
  • Strap/Bracelet - black polymer
  • Battery (life span) - SR1120 Silver Oxide (5.5 years))
  • Bezel: One direction rotatable, solid Stainless Steel (gun metal)
  • Crown: Screw down with triple "O" ring
  • Movement - Miyota 2117 calendar Japan movement
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Guarantee - watch 2 years, light source 10 years

The MX30While the MX30 offers:

  • Diameter - 45mm
  • Weight - 105 grams
  • Case : solid stainless steel (brushed)
  • Bezel : one direction rotatable
  • Crown : solid stainless steel (brushed)
  • Water Resistant - 200 metres
  • Illumination - GTLS. 16 individually positioned light sources
  • Back Plate - laser engraved, screw-in stainless steel
  • Strap/Bracelet - black polymer
  • Battery (life span) - SR1120 silver oxide (5.5 years)
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Movement - Miyota 2117 calendar Japan movement
  • Guarantee - watch 2 years, light source 10 years

Pics of all three watches are available at Cash'n'Carrion and, if you're a bit of an aficionado of all things atomic, we still carry the magnificent "Nite Glowring Safety Marker" (aka the Atomic Keyring) in blue, green and pink at £8.08 (£9.49 inc VAT). Illuminating stuff. ®

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