St. Moritz Logic Titanium Watch - GearReview.com
By Matt Smith

This spring we took a look at two of the cooles new offerings from the St. Moritz Watch Company. The Logic, and the AeroMax. Both feature a full titanium casing, making the watch extremely light weight and unobtrusive to wear. The Logic also features a carbon fiber dial, which not only reduces the weight further, but adds a very stylish look as well.

The Logic is water proof down to 20 ATM, with Superluminous coating on the hands and dial to make it easy to read. I'm not sure if it is the black face on the model we tested, or the substrate under the coating, but the hands and dial do not seem to be as bright, or last as long as on the M50 or the AeroMax. Perhaps it was an issue on the preproduction models only. I did wish from time to time that the Logic had an alarm feature, as I wore it often on business trips.

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The Logic is available with a blue, black, silver, or yellow carbon fiber dial. All are extremely comfortable, and stylish. The sapphire crystal is almost indestructible. After several months of normal wear, there is not a single nick or scratch on the crytsal. The only caution I would offer, is the rubber bracelet is not very forgiving for improper sizing. It took a couple of trys to get the bracelt sizing right for me. I would recommend having it sized by the dealer to avoid having to purchase an additional band unnecessarily.

Summary: The St. Moritz Logic is a tough, lightweight, and stylish time piece. It is well suited to general active lifestyle use. You can buy the Topograph for around $325 US.

For more information contact:
St. Moritz Watch Corp.
1140 West 7th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1B4

Matt Smith is the canyoneering specialist at GearReview.com, and his wife has been so nice to let him go out on more test trips than normal this year. I love you hon, you are the best wife in the world!

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