Snyper even makes diamonds seem tough and macho. Their Ironclad chronograph is massive, 53 mm in diameter, in stainless steel, and it has a bezel set with 48 diamonds, either black or white. In the case of black diamonds, the case has a black PVD finish. The watch has the brand’s trademark bars on the left-hand side of the case that can be used to attach other Snyper Modules, things like a laser pointer or a torch. The watch is powered by a self-winding chronograph movement, the Swiss-made Snyper Calibre F101 Chrono Day/Date, 25 jewels, running at 28,800 vhp (4 Hertz). Parts of the movement can be seen through the caseback, which has an oscillating rotor decorated with the brand’s target logo. The strap is in black leather, matt or gloss, with a stainless steel folding clasp whose finish is the same as the case.
The Snyper Ironclad Steel with 48 white diamonds costs 18,400 Swiss francs, tax included. The Snyper Ironclad Steel Black with black PVD case and 48 black diamonds costs 16,750 Swiss francs, tax included. They are already available at Snyper retailers.