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According to the manufacturer, more than 10,000 S.A.R. Rescue-Timers have been sold since 2002. The 42-mm watch features a 4-mm thick, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 1,000 meters. The movement is the Swiss-made Sellita SW 200-1, adjusted in six positions, which has been upgraded with Mühle’s in-house rotor and its particularly shock-resistant woodpecker-neck fine adjustment. List price is €13,500.
https://www.watchtime.com/wristwatch-in ... 728bd6f117
My own opinion, I own a Marathon JSAR which I seldom wear anymore. The Marathons are actual working watches but I cannot see a watch like the above as a true SAR watch.
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