Genius billionaire inventor, industrialist and CEO of Stark Industries Tony Stark was fatally wounded in a war zone in Afghanistan shortly before being kidnapped by terrorists. Stark built an armored suit to escape captivity, which doubled as a device to keep his heart beating. Once he returned to the United States, Stark reinvented himself as the armor-clad superhero Iron Man.
In times when Tony Stark was indisposed, men have carried on the legacy of Iron Man. Twice did Tony's best friend Jim Rhodes, and most recently, the duty fell into the hands of the reformed villain Victor von Doom.
In this universe, the Arc Reactor was a device initially designed by Howard Stark, and later adapted by his son, Tony. A massive arc reactor provided power for the sprawling complex of Stark Industries until its destruction, and now the Stark Tower. This design was miniaturized by Tony to power a life-saving electromagnet in his chest, which had an energy output of 8 gigajoules per second.
This watch is an exclusive watch with limited quantities for this style. The watch material is composed of a stainless-steel band and stainless-steel case back. Watch is water resistant up to 5 ATM. Watch case measures 2 inches in diameter. The bracelet is 1-inch wide. Watch is shipped with a crown stopper, protective film of the glass/crystal, and a protective film/sticker on the case back. The crown stopper prolongs the battery. Watch is about 7.5 inches in length and uses a push to release fold-over clasp. It has been a few years since there has been a great quality collectors watch. This watch is authentic and licensed with Marvel and comes in a stylish hero themed motif box.
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