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Stainless Steel Watches

Model PT0052
case size 45mm
Thickness 12mm
movement SEIKO
waterproof 5ATM
case material SS316
Band material SS316


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Company Profile

Proact Watch Company located in Shenzhen, and with over many years growth, we have been working out more than 3000 wood watch collections.

At the mean time, we have been established very reliable quality control system and a team with solid experience. With 100% IQC and sampling QC in production plus 100% FQC, we guarantee our client receive good quality as they expect.Our quality has been approved by SGS and other 3rd party watch inspection team from our client Beside quality, we are also doing good with delivery.

The samples could be done within 15 days and mass production is 45 ~ 60 days depends on the how complex the watch is.

Based on this,l strongly believe all those could bring you great success in your business.





1: What kind of watches do you offer?

A: Basically all kinds of quartz and mechanical watches, by using Japan or Swiss original movement.

Different kinds of material: Solar watches, 316l Stainless steel watches, silicone watches, damascus watches,wooden watches/ mineral glass, sapphire glass, dome glass/ Genuine full grain leather strap, vegan leather, stainless steel link band, stainless steel mesh band, nylon strap.


2: What's your production capacity per month?

A: Our production capacity per month is 500,000pcs.


2: Do your watches meet Europe & American standard? And what kinds of certificate would you have?

A: Yes, our watches do meet Europe & American standard. And we have CE, ROHS, SGS, ISO9001, you can check the copy of them on our website.


4: Would you have your own design team to design watches per our request?

A: Sure, our professional design team will provide the best design drawing before sampling or order.

When you need an artwork, just let us know, free charge.


5: Can you ship to my country? How long will the shipment take?

A: Sure, we ship goods worldwide by DHL / TNT / UPS / EMS / FedEx / Aramex, etc. It would take about 3-7 days depend on different courier you choose. Default courier is DHL(door to door). The cost mostly depends on the final choice for the watches models,packing and shipping method, for sure we will recommending the most economic one for you.



Shenzhen Proact Watch Co., Ltd


ADDRESS:Second Floor, Building C, Huawan Industrial Park, No. 4159 Baoan Avenue, Xixiang, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China


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