Between the moon and the stars, it’s usually bright enough in Jamaica that you can see clearly at night. That is, unless it’s overcast and there’s no moon.
That’s exactly the situation I found myself in as my catamaran rode the waves of the Caribbean surf. Rolling backwards off the edge of the boat with my tank and fins, I couldn’t have seen a plate of jerk chicken if it were five feet in front of me. Though I was moonlighting as a secret agent, there was no moonlight to be found.
My mission? I’m really not at liberty to say, but it had something to do with ensuring that half the world’s nuclear codes didn’t fall into the wrong hands. A typical Tuesday at the office. Anyway, I was supposed to rendezvous with a British counterpart at exactly 11 o’clock to infiltrate the baddy’s lair. I might have missed out on all the fun if it hadn’t been for my secret weapon: the Stauer Operative GTLS Watch.
Using GTLS, a unique, highly specialized technology that uses a combination of tritium and phosphors to create a visible light, you can always tell the time, even in the darkest of nights. Up to 100 times brighter than any comparable technology, GTLS is self-powered and lasts for decades. Water resistant up to 200 meters, the Operative has precision Swiss movement, stainless steel construction and a durable rubber black band. Frankly speaking, it’s as rough and tumble as they come.
As for my mission, you can tell it was a success because the world’s still in one piece. Get the Operative today and see why it’s the watch of choice for spies in the field. And, for a price that’s a real steal.