TYR Tactical

Hazard 4 – GTM Model Heavy Water Diver Tritium Watch


Hazard 4 has expanded their line of Heavy Water Diver watches to include the new GMT variant. This new model features a daylight ring, in addition to an additional hand for tracking a second time zone. The watch case itself is made of titanium, and the watch comes with tritium indicators, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass, a battery life of 2-2.5 years, and a depth rating of 300 meters.


Aside from the colorway above, the Heavy Water Diver GMT can also be had in Black Case/White GMT, Bead Blasted Case/White GMT, Black Case/Yellow GMT, and Black case/Earth GMT



5 Responses to “Hazard 4 – GTM Model Heavy Water Diver Tritium Watch”

  1. mandingo says:

    I’m curious if it has any proprietary parts that require it to only be serviced by a limited number (one in the case of the 5.11 watches) of service centers to maintain the warranty / performance of the watch?

  2. CV76 says:

    I wonder if the bands are fully warrantied for breakage. Any rubber band sucks and breaks and most manufacturers couldn’t give a crap. Try Luminox for example, a $500 watch and the bands break in the same place every time and they do NOT cover the band period.

  3. rearmount says:

    If you’re that concerned about breakage, there are always NATO/Zulu bands to swap them out with. I’ve found that most OEM rubber straps don’t last very long. If you are dead set on rubbers, take a look at the Isofrane straps.

  4. babola says:

    Tactical desk divers – rejoice!