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The Bishamonten model is based on the DW-6900, a standard digital model whose defining characteristic is a third indicator. The design uses a clear, translucent dark gray as the base color, on top of which rose gold accents are added. The overall design is one of good luck, with the watch strap keeper being adorned with a treasure box carried by Bishamonten and with the band featuring an armor and helmet motif. The letter “H” appears in the EL backlight.
Bishamonten is only the general appearance in the Seven Deities of Good Fortune. He is originally the God to guard the North area in India. And he is also called "Tamonten" who is a God of the Four Devas protecting Buddhism and listening to a sermon a lot. As the God who presides treasures, riches and honors with a treasure bar in his right hand and a treasured pagoda in his left hand, he has faith regardless of the priests and laymen.
|Accuracy||+/- 15 seconds per month|
|Alarm Function||4 Multi-Function Alarms: 1. Daily Alarm; 2. Monthly Alarm; 3. Alarm for a particular time each day of a particular month; 4. Date Alarm, Hourly time signal: The watch beeps every hour on the hour|
|Auto Calendar||Once set, the automatic calendar always displays the correct date|
|Battery Life||Approximately 2 years|
|Countdown Timer Function||Countdown Range: 24 hours, Measuring Unit: 1 second|
|Date and Weekday Display||The current date and week day are displayed on the watch face|
|Date Display||The current date is displayed on the watch face|
|Dimensions||48.9 x 42.8 x 13.4mm|
|Display Illumination||Electro-luminescent: The digital display lights up the at the touch of a button., With afterglow|
|ISO 200M Water Resistant||Suitable for professional diving|
|Low Temperature Resistant||-10 °C/ 14°F|
|Mineral Glass||Hard glass resists scratching|
|Shock Resistant||Patented Hollow Core Guard Structure protects against impact and vibration|
|Stopwatch Function||Measuring Capacity: 24 hours, Measuring Modes: Elapsed time, split time, Measuring Unit: 1/100 second (for the first 60 minutes) 1 second (after 60 minutes)|