By Ryan Walsh
Reactor, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2014, is a performance sports watch brand that is known for its rugged, utilitarian timepieces. The newest line Reactor has developing is called the Warp Chronograph Tachymeter — forged from solid 316L stainless, steel. Built to endure the tasks at hand – especially if that task has to do with racing — the Warp has a fixed tachymeter bezel that will track and measure speed. The chronograph watch is inspired by high-performance racecars and speedboats. It is equipped to be water resistant to 660 feet – rugged, useable. It also features luminescent hands and markers for easy underwater visibility.
There are four different styles available of this quartz-powered 44.5mm steel watch, each with different color schemes. The colors include blue dial/blue bezel, green dial/green bezel, and the very sporty black dial/black bezel – all with red subdial accents. There is also a more classic version that is two-tone with steel and rose gold IP running through the bracelet and acting as the bezel. The blue and green-faced timepieces have stainless metal bracelets, but the black-faced version with red accents is equipped with a black leather strap with bold red stitching. The watch retails from $599 to $650 depending on the version.