For more information about antimagnetism in watchmaking, read our WatchProjects.com article on the topic.
The S526M uses titanium which, as a non-ferrous metal, is already amagnetic and doesn’t interfere with the Faraday Cage shielding of 64,000 A/m. With screw-down crown and back, it houses the ubiquitous Swiss ETA 2824-2 and the hands and indexes feature self-luminous tritium vials. The dial bears the marking “Swiss Automatic” because the watch were not assembled in Switzerland. Still, the retail price of 480€ in Japan helped sell the 100 pieces like hot cakes.
For more information about self-luminous tritium vials, read our WatchProjects.com article on the topic.
The case uses the Faraday Cage construction.