A sapphire crystal, inside AR coated, protects the simple and clean matte dial. Arabic numerals are boldly displayed on the dial, which makes reading the dial very easy. At the 3 o’clock position you have a rectangular date window, allowing the date to be easily legible from wrist angle. The hour and minute hands are skeletonized, adding a bit of design to the dial. Not a huge fan of skeletonized hands, this would be the only flaw that I would point out about this dial. I personally prefer solid lume hands, allowing for a brighter hand display in the dark. The second’s hand is quite thin in profile and has a red torch tip that adds the bit of color pop to the dial.
Overall I am pleased with the lume of the Sailfish. Both the dial and sapphire bezel are equipped with C3 Superluminova. I would say the lume on the watch is on the plus side. The bezel is a bit weaker, as most bezel lume’s are, but the dial pops in the dark and lasts a good amount of time.
Powering the Sailfish is the SII Time Module NH36 movement. The movement can be manually wound and hacks, seconds hand stops when adjusting the time, has 24 jewels and beats at 21,600 vibrations per hour or 3 Hz.
The bracelet is constructed of the same 316L Stainless Steel used for the casing. At 22m in width and 4mm in height, you are getting a really good quality stainless steel bracelet with your timepiece. The clasp is a fold over, push button clasp with a ratcheting buckle. The ratcheting buckle is a nice feature, allowing for micro adjustments, ensuring a proper fit on your wrist.