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While they couldn’t be more different from each other, they are bound by the standard M-Force design architecture that protects them from the elements. Let’s tackle the new M-Force AC0N. This second release from the latest M-Force generation is designed for adventuring outdoors. Sturdiness and toughness are integrated into every design detail, creating a completely different feel compared to the preceding diver’s model. Unlike previous versions of the M-Force, the M-Force AC0N does not have a diver’s bezel. Instead it features a distinctive bidirectional compass bezel. The letters indicating the north, south, east, and west directions are printed in the new typography reserved for this third generation of M-Force. The dial features luminous hour markers that resemble a an off-road tire tread. The hour and minute hands mimic this design with a cutout look. As expected from the M-Force collection, the luminescence on the dial is bright and long lasting. The large 45mm case features a shroud that acts as a crown guard on one side and a bezel guard on the other. The crown is protected by a scratch resistant sapphire crystal that has been treated with an anti-reflective coating. A screwed-down crown reinforces the 200m water resistance rating. The in house caliber F6727 is housed in a proprietary casing structure designed for shock absorption. It consists of a movement holder to reduce horizontal shifting and secure stability when the watch is subjected to external shocks, a boost up spring to protect from vertical shifting, and a collet to reduce shock-induced displacement of the hair spring attached to the balance wheel.
size without crown