WATCH GIVEAWAY: Sisu Guardian Q1-50

WATCH GIVEAWAY: Sisu Guardian Q1-50

WATCH GIVEAWAY: Sisu Guardian Q1-50 Giveaways

We have long enjoyed the bold sizing and styling of watches from California-based Sisu, and in this month's aBlogtoWatch giveaway, we offer you the chance to enjoy one too. Not for the faint-of-heart, one lucky winner will get to strap on a Sisu Guardian Q1-50 watch of their very own by entering below. Sisu watches are bold but not loud, and even at a raging 50mm wide by 16.7mm thick (100m water-resistant), the short lugs of the Sisu Guardian Q1-50 help make it more wearable and comfortable than you might think. Sisu's thick steel cases and solid build even earned them a place in our Top 10 Watches To Help You Survive The Zombie Apocalypse.

Beneath an anti-reflective hardened mineral crystal, the Sisu Guardian Q1-50 features a sunray finished dial that contrasts in a cool way with the vertically brushed, applied Arabic numeral hour markers. As a Sisu signature, its size and aggressive presence are further emphasized by the design, where the numerals are cut off by the edge of the dial, suggesting that the dial is even bigger than will fit on the already large watch. The Sisu Guardian Q1-50 is powered by a Swiss quartz movement, and the winner of this giveaway will be able to choose between the steel bracelet and a leather strap option. Retail price is $695–$795 depending on the strap or bracelet, and you can enter to win one this month by following the directions below.

WATCH GIVEAWAY: Sisu Guardian Q1-50 Giveaways

To Enter You Must:

1. Comment on this post below (on aBlogtoWatch.com, not Facebook, or elsewhere you might see this article) before the giveaway is over with your valid e-mail address where required (if you've signed up for the commenting system before, your e-mail should already be in there). In the body of your comment, mention what functions or features on a watch would help you in a survival situation, zombie apocalypse or otherwise.

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3. Wait until the giveaway is over on July 31, 2017, for the winner to be chosen at random. A couple of basic rules. You can only enter once. You must comment with a valid e-mail address where you can be reached. Your comment must be confirmed and approved. You must complete the objectives to be considered. You are responsible for providing your contact shipping information if you are chosen. Shipping restrictions to non-US entrants may apply based on sponsor's policies. Giveaway watch selection based on sponsor's inventory and watch availability. All comments made after the end of the giveaway period will not be considered. If you are chosen as a winner, you then have 24 hours to ensure receipt of your full shipping information or an alternative winner will be chosen. For the full terms and conditions, please click here.

Good luck, and thanks to Sisu, sponsor of the Sisu Guardian Q1-50 watch giveaway here at aBlogtoWatch!

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  • Chris MoJo

    Hum tricky question, a radio or torch might be handy in extreme conditions!

  • IG

    Quartz? I pass.

  • Mikita

    SISU will definitely be helpful in a zombie apocalypse: you can throw it in a zombie’s head 🙂

  • Andrew Buckley

    Ugly watch with nasty quartz movement. Pass. I’ll generously let someone else win this month.

  • Word Merchant

    Horrible… just horrible.

  • Mike Andrews

    Only a zombie would wear this. Hideous. Quartz and mineral glass crystal for $700 – what a joke. What functions or features on a watch would help you in a survival situation, zombie apocalypse or otherwise? Hmmm – not being caught dead by a zombie wearing this thing.

  • Anita Singh

    Quartz

  • Rajeeva Jayaratne

    to see the time in the dark and to act as a compass.

  • Jeremy Bell

    LED or other bright light could be useful, I’ve found the one on my G-shock quite handy

  • Glenn Freeccs

    I want it…its one in a life time to wear a watch,like this

  • ivkovl

    I think in a survival situation the function that the watch needs to have,in order to help me,is durability(example-if you need to put your weight on the watch, or hanging etc.)

  • stumpelriltzchen

    This watch is a beast. To actually survive a Zombie apocalypse, some antidote would be useful. Other than that, the watch should have tritium tubes to be sure I can read it even after days in complete darkness. It should be solidly built in steel or titanium, should be shock and water proof, antimagnetic, probably mechanical, and maybe also have a cover like a hunters watch to protect the christal and also to hide the shiny tritium tubes in case you do not want to give away you position. Except for the hunter cover, Marathon produces watches like that.

  • Word Merchant

    I think I can safely speak for the internet when I say no-one in their right mind would want this piece of horrible crap anywhere near them. No wonder Sisu have to give these horrors away, they surely can’t sell them for actual cash. If I actually saw a person wearing one of these, and they weren’t wearing it under duress, I’d call the police.

    I think ABTW should write a very polite letter to Sisu, reminding them that there are US laws pertaining to sending offensive material through the mail. Then they should destroy this watch and post images of the resultant dust and pieces.

    • ZL

      So you don’t like it?

      • Word Merchant

        It is astonishingly horrible and should never have existed. You’ve still time to cancel this giveaway. No-one would blame you.

  • Mike V

    Extreme ruggedness and durability to last the long haul.

  • Maximilian Dewaguet

    The nice thing about the watch in such a apocalyptic time without rules and law would be that nobody steals it

  • George Gecko

    not exactly my thing but my Girl likes it

  • Francisco Javier Marín

    Looks heavy

  • Jeffwb65

    Please DON”T enter me in this month’s giveaway. What an ugly, enormous, under-engineered, ridiculous lump. If it had “INVICTA” on the dial instead of “SISU” it wouldn’t have surprised me. Anything bigger than my Seiko SRP775 would be useless, and that’s because it wears smaller than it’s specs would indicate on paper. Way too many “watch fans” seem to be compensating for some sort of “shortcoming”.

  • Mary

    This is a very interesting looking watch. Well….something that tells me when they are close and with a laser weapon, I guess…LOL.

  • This watch look ready to survive. In order to, it needs to be self winding, have a power reserve and its own light source. I think those things will help you survive the apocalypse

  • Jason

    Being able to use a watch as a bludgeon would be very helpful against zombie heads.

  • Andreas

    Awesome bold design. A watch with balls. To survive an apocalypse of sorts: compass and GPS function a must. For a zombie apocalypse : a crown pull out diamond saw wire string to cut their heads off in close combat…, ? ? ?

  • Han Cnx

    I volunteer to win it. And ensure it disappears from the Earth. It’s the right thing to do. 🙂

  • Chris Bos

    Previous reactions show how delicately watches blend with peoples standards on how a watch should look like. I believe in daring choices, whether they are beautiful or not. This watch is a daring choice on your wrist.

  • himem65535

    I’d like some sort of laser or miniature torch cutting device, ala 007.

  • SeanM

    Better come with a compass, because the GPS system won’t work anymore

  • Louis Cheng

    I think I gotta go with solar battery. No time to think about changing batteries when zombies are looking for you!

  • Nixa

    Features: Tritium tubes and a compass.

  • Mischa

    Well, I always figured a solar rechargeable watch would be ideal, given that it joins “battery-less” with all electronics. But it depends on the apocalypse situation. If electronics stopped working, or a mushroom cloud would cover the sun… A nearly indestructible hand-wound watch would come in handy.

  • benjameshodges

    Retractile razor blade bezel

  • Diana Shenderovich

    need a solar battery

  • Sam

    Solar battery powered watch, with build in compass, simple dial will do, durable case with anti scratch crystal, and lastly the strap that can be dismantle and become a swiss army like knife (then your watch will used in a necklace or in your pocket).

  • Leonardo Reyes

    I need this watch to survive

  • angela

    I would still like to know what time and day it was to keep a feeling of normalcy. a watch that could be hand wound and solar powered to eliminate the need for a battery. A compass so I don’t get lost. A beacon in case they can actually find and rescue me. And a removable glass piece I can use to start a fire

  • Jeff Story

    For survival situations, I’d say the most useful features would be:
    – no battery, either solar or mechanical
    – hacking, for synchronizing time with others (to attack the zombie stronghold)
    – highly legible dial, you know, so you can see the time

  • André Lopes

    Besides knowing the time, important for keeping track of possible danger hours, the watch should be made of resistant materials such as titanium in order to add some protection. A chronograph function would also be welcome to time tasks, escapes, etc

  • Mustapha Kamal Bennani

    As someone who loves heavy things, like heavy brass pens, heavy silver signet rings and heavy mobile phone…I would like to wear this Sisu Guardian watch, because it’s a heavy thing and classy at the same time.
    This watch will be my guardien angel through heavy working days, and it’ll be useful in a zombie apocalypse, especially when I will be running out of ammo, I will smash it in the head of the zombie, and kill him with it without damaging or scratching the watch…I mean look at it, it’s obviously a tough watch that can last a lifetime with you through your heavy days. I…I…I think am going to say it…I need it in my life.

  • Leo

    Stopwatch function would be the most useful in the survival situations. Also a campass on the strip would be useful too.

  • Djsherif

    Most important feature other than time would be a compass to help escape to the right direction. Then a Chrono to time the explosives you might need. Of course waterproof so you can hide in the water to hide your scent.

    The sisu also makes a good weapon with it’s heft.

  • Jim B

    Glow in the dark watch dial might be useful since we would probably be hiding like mice in an apocalyptic event

  • DocSanti

    I would need a watch that’s either an automatic or powered by any kind of light since getting a battery change may not be an option . Certainly a watch made of sturdy materials that can take the beating from fighting off zombies .

  • Rust

    A convenient feature would be a zombie detector/alarm. Also, a luminous dial and a compass.

  • Lev Belava

    Compass and a solar power subsystem would be two main features for an apocalypse watch.

  • Dirtybirdsoaps

    I love that this “Sisu Guardian Q1-50” watch is big and bold, yet classy at the same time. The large dial is extremely eye catching. It’s the perfect size at 50mm x 16.7mm. The 100m water resistant feature is definitely nice since we live in Florida. It’s hard to avoid the water. If I was stuck in a survival situation the features I would appreciate in a watch would be self winding (so it would continue to function), compass (to have an idea of where I was going), and date (it’s always important to log events).

  • Darh109

    The watch needs to be as large as possible, minimum fifty mm so the zombies laugh their heads off when they see it.

  • Pim Lefevere

    I’d say a swiveling lens that doubles as a magnifying glass. Just to be able to start a fire, get a torch lit and burn the zombies to deat… Well technically they’re dead already..anyway fire makes everything better!!

  • johan sahlman

    Long life battery and solar so you dont lose track of time!

  • Steve Bowden

    In the survival situation we find ourselves in today, there are many features that would be helpful in a watch: A Lie Detector; A Direction-Finder that points to a job of some kind; A Serial Number that doubles as a numbered Swiss bank account; and an Orange Spray-On Tan Applicator so that you can ‘blend-in’ in an emergency.

  • Steven Servantez

    My watch would need a magnifying glass to start a fire, a paracord and removable pins. Easy

  • Auris Galvydis

    Has to be tough enough to break some bones. Bring the battle to them I say.

  • Phil leavell

    This watch a very bold and clean crisp lines. I like the way the faces been laid out. I think this would be a very good watch to have in bulk forum as a stocking stuffer maybe for Christmas. I think this is a watch millennials Run 2 in any stores selling you find their shelf ‘s bear .The article was very well written article I only found one typo which consisted of two decimal . 6.95 & 7.95

  • Benjamin W. English

    Definatley a paracord strap, with a stowed blade in the buckle or a removable bezel that had a blade like edge.

  • Fabian Matei

    Best survival watch needs a kinect movement, this way it will always function as long as its owner is still alive and moving. It will still function even if you are in the dark in a cave, it will function even if you are sick for long periods of time and you don’t move much.

  • arik tmpaddress

    In an apocalypse situation, Zombie or other, you’ll need a watch with Automatic movement.

  • Scott Wolfe

    This is an interesting design – I think I like it – would love to see in person to determine for myself!

  • Jaran Flaath

    Tiny torpedo bays to fire tiny nuclear torpedoes from!

  • MMIChris

    I would like to see a flechette launcher incorporated in the zombie apocalypse survival watch.

  • Randall Zadar

    Great design, bold and eye catching. Sure to get some comments wearing this.

  • 112010

    I need the Sisu for regular day to day survival! Yes!

  • bryan arent

    A chronograph will help in survival of any apocalypse situation, the need to syncronize a get-away for example.

  • Arthur Zitter

    A gps, laserunit, compass. Storage for food and water. But I think that is already build in into a Sisu watch.

  • StudioXcel

    Pretty sure this Sisu is all you would need to bludgeon away a swarm of zombies… on a steel band of course!

  • julien

    I think it would need a solar generated flashlight of some sort to have light at night

  • Warsh

    Very cool watch! For the Zombie apocalypse I would rely on lume and a chronograph.

  • John Egan

    I am sure communication would be limited, and I would need to coordinate extraction time with my non zombie mates. This beautiful watch would be my key survival time tool. Also it would slow to keep my cardio time record. The first rule in “Zombieland” is cardio. I need great cardio times to maintain distance from the Zombies…. John

  • Martin

    Solar powered/eco drive movement, functions like night light and compass and would be nice to have some swiss knife functions ?

  • Jim Snider

    A watch face so big you could use it as a buckler shield…actually glow at night numbers, moonphase, position-in-sky indicator and fishing almanac built in.

  • Pedro Quaresma

    A compass on a wristwatch would help during a zombie apocalypse!

  • Nathan Schneider

    Definitely would need a compass bezel

  • Steve

    Much strong lume light which will top necessary in such situation.

  • McFly998

    Looks good on the leather strap, would definitely find space for it in the collection, if I were lucky enough to win.
    In a survival situation, I’d want a watch with a massive steel strap, maybe a ploprof. It could be used as a defensive weapon should a zombie try to take a chomp.

  • jahenson

    I’m going to go with two important ones that I can see: Shock resistance and water resistance.

  • Jesper

    Lume and solar powered

  • Randy Bradford

    interesting timepiece. With a watch this big and heavy one could beat the scourge off with
    it and still note what time you won. Would an interesting conversation starter non the least.

  • Lume, waterproof, and toughness would be requirements for a survival situation. Oh, and no reliance on a battery would be good too!

  • Mr. Snrub

    Auto chronograph with a MOLLE compatible strap.

  • Jason Tucker

    If you are asking about realistic functions I would have to go with shock resistance and good lume. If it could be something made up, well then I want a watch which has a radar on the dial which shows the locations of all the zombies so that I can avoid them.

  • Julian Moser

    automatic movement, shock and waterproof, also a chronograph would be nice

  • Jose Miguel

    A sound meter !!
    As zombies react and attack to sound (or blow your cover as your ninja skills maybe rusty), you need to now how much decibels/noise you’re doing before all hell brakes loose…. using a sensor kinda (if automatic) JLC Master Compressor Diving Pro Geographic Depth Gauge, or (quartz, solar powered) a lá Casio Protek triple sensor.

  • Vladimir Milenkovic

    Interesting

  • Galen

    I will choose solar power, barometer, shock resistance and a compass as features for my zombie apocalypse watch. I can imagine trekking my way through wilderness (surely there will be fewer zombies to encounter there) to the last bastions of humanity and I feel these would serve me well in getting there.

  • Boryueh1

    Automatic movement, shock resistant, waterproof. Chronograph so you can coordinate any raids with other survivors.

  • Mark

    If it has to be quartz, then make it with solar power or spring drive. As far as functions go, a simple, hacking, three hander with day and date. You’d be surprised how you can quickly forget what day/date it is when you have more urgent matters to attend to (like survival).

  • SuperStrapper

    Crown activated .410 shotgun.

  • Dominic Cloutier

    Domcloutier24@yahoo.ca

    An automated sos beacon would come in handy

  • Ilya Shcherbatov

    Strict and simple with big numbers – just what i want! if i scared and my eyes would can see less – i will see the time with that big numbers!

  • Dan

    Since the hands look like little swords, and the case is so big, I’d want real daggers hidden inside for close-quarters combat against the zombie hordes. Solar powered battery would be a must as well.

  • Dan Baxter

    An easy to read face, and big enough to bludgeon a zombie with. Perfect.

  • Ulysses31

    I need a new wheel for my tractor, so this should do fine. No watch is complete without a hidden wire with which to garrote your enemies.

  • Demonix

    Liking the chunky industrial styling of the Sisu, my survival feature would be gps programmed to locate the nearest bar in an emergency would utilise the second hand as a pointer when activated. Killing zombies would be thirsty work, kill enough of them would ensure Trump doesn’t get re-elected [;-p

  • Paul Morris Carfoot

    I would use the Sisu as a self defence against. The zombies as its weight would kill them.

  • ANTONIO

    Having a compass on the back of the case would come in handy as would be some kind of small light / torch.

  • Marko Milenkovic

    just nice watch to have!

  • Samuel Fedor

    interesting watch

  • Nick

    All the usuals would be good – compass, thermometer, maybe some sort of radiation counter. But it would also be good if there was a way it could raise your body temp on cold nights, some sort of heating device at your pulse point.

  • louis martinez

    Big wrist is why I want it.

  • Jonathan Chiang

    As a realist, the most important function of the watch would just be durability and readability. But hey if you had a case this large maybe the caseback could be made as the shape of a mirror to reflect sunlight for starting fires!

  • alex ioancio

    Waterproof , automatic, shockproof and with steel bracelet. All these features are a must because the watch must be very durable. Cheers

  • Larry Holmack

    Nice large watch for a big guy like myself!!! Watch for survival….readable in all lighting situations…. no electronics in case of an EMP… 200 m WR….and extremely durable with a SS bracelet.

  • gtbr

    for the zombie apocalypse i want a watch with a eject face that shoots like a blade 🙂

  • Cedric

    Water proof, shockproof, timekeeping with leather band

  • Christopher Capaldi

    In an apocalypse, you’ll be running a lot. Having a big, bold face will help you see the time on the move! Not only that, but it looks like it can take a beating. Probably kill a zombie just with the watch. Or put your wrist in its mouth and it couldn’t bite through lol.

  • Steven Williams

    Well,this is different..I’d take it.. : )

  • Yan Fin

    Giveaway is a great idea, couldn’t imagine who will pay even a quarter of MSRP for such a piece of…art.

  • Mark1884

    Uh……. just throw this ugly thing at a zombie and run from both!!

  • Gary Aerne

    I think a compass and an asimuth built into the backside is something that would be very helpful in a survival situation. This watch looks awesome. It would look even better On my wrist.

  • Wilson Meeks

    A zombie alarm and a laser beam generator.

  • Esteban

    This is an easy one: grab some Hublots and throw them at the zombies. Those things have no class and will be dazzled, allowing you to escape.

  • Adam Goldstein

    Waterproof, shockproof, lume (possibly tritium), temp, barometer.

  • Josef Schmid

    The ideal zombie apocalypse watch has to be solar powered or has to be a automatic watch and it should be shock resistant.

  • m0lasses

    Solar or automatic, can take a beating, and good lume.

  • Richard carroll

    The sort of watch you might give to someone you don’t respect.

  • Jeff Lin

    I love thick watches like Sisu and U-Boat!

  • JAS

    Enjoy the bold designs of Sisu but despise the desperate hoops “likes, follows, etc.”

  • Lincolnshire Poacher

    I could scare the zombies away with it.

  • Andres

    A flashlight that can be charge only with the movement will be very usefull in a survival situation or zombie apocalipse.

  • Daniel Gilland

    I think a solar powered (w/battery storage) cloaking device would be incredibly useful in a zombie apocalypse. You could walk around terrified, but, no one/zombies would have to know it.

  • Thomas H

    Quite possibly the sturdiest watch i’ve ever seen. You could wrap it around your knuckles ala Daniel Craig and bludgeon many zombies if necessary.

  • Rajasa Pramudya Wardhana

    Love the simple and bold design, the brand is not available at any sellers in my country yet. Hoping so much can own the Guardian series, if possible SISU revived the old model which more bigger and badass ofcourse…

  • Looks solid. A shiny watch is ideal to reflect the sunlight and let rescuers know where you are. The Sisu ticks the right box.

  • John Andrews

    Nice watch. I think I’d like it with the leather strap.

  • Daniel D.

    Good like and navigation.

  • WhiskersInCalif

    The functions and features that would help me in a survival situation, zombie apocalypse or otherwise now that is a challenge. The obvious are durability, durability, durability. Accuracy at a 1945 watch level with a hack to synchronize would be next. Long battery life or solar power next. I suspect GPS synchronization would be worthless. Water proof for sure, washing all the muck and crud that accumulates battling zombies well survive a power wash seems like a standard need. Heat and cold in a survival situation could be extreme so -40F to locked in a car summertime 130F seem to make sense and are less extreme than some work sites I have worked at.
    Short of an apocalypse stainless and titanium cases rule but when it goes totally sideways gold will have value.
    Oh and a long calendar function.

  • Moshe Y. Gluck

    An integrated lighter. Haven’t seen that one yet.

  • j4m3z

    should be able to withstand tough shocks and drops and have some navigational features

  • Wr Ah Wr

    A good GPS and sturdy construction!

  • Daryl Okayama

    My “survival” watch would be solar/light powered, have a compass, a fire starter and some type of compact blade for general/defensive use. I’ve got 3 SISU watches and love them, I’ll take a fourth one!

  • Anurag Shrestha

    A zombie survival watch of mine would definitely need to be very sturdy, with a compass to show directions, neon markers and pockets or hooks in strap to attach or strap things onto like a small knife, string or cable and always easy to mod it.

  • Anne C

    A watch with a built-in car window breaker and seat belt cutter will come in handy.

  • Mikko

    A sturdy mechanical watch with compass feature such as in Seiko Alpinist would probably be the most relevant watch in the age of zombie apocalypse

  • Michael Harvey

    The Guardian Q1-50 looks to be a sturdy machine. An analog watch, if accurate, can be used as a compass, so digital is out. A quartz movement might be best to assure accuracy. The Q1-50 looks like the ideal watch.

  • JTFMT

    A watch with a compartment full of flint and a swing out blade.

  • MSM

    A magnetic compass would definitely help navigating the apocalypse, whether zombie or otherwise.

  • iBradcon

    One of my g-shock watches would be best. Solar powered, so no worries about batteries or mechanical movements failing. Built in altimeter, barometer, and compass. And of course rugged and waterproof. Probably the mudmaster.

  • Bing Hau Yap

    A rugged and reliable watch would be ideal for zombie apocalypse to avoid lost track of time

  • Chris Mcdonald

    A very classy looking watch.

  • Louis

    For general survival, a GPS tracking function is probably your best tool to make it out.

  • breakwater

    Great watch. Shiny and clean.

  • breakwater

    Do I get two entries for two comments? Lol ?. (Accidentally hit post too soon).the watch looks rugged and I did think the sun would reflect off of it nicely to signal other survivors. (Can zombies be blinded by bright things? )

  • #The Deplorable Boogur T. Wang

    I would promise to wear this for 1 day each week (for the first year).
    It appears able to deliver and withstand a Zombie Bitch Slap quite well.
    Best to All.

  • Razvan Cojocaru

    In a survival situation the watch must be >200m WR, solid stainless steel,automatic or solar powered.

  • Eric Thompson

    Visibility and durability are must haves!

  • manivelle

    just an on//off switch

  • Brian Kautz

    Sapphire crystal

  • Brad Herndon

    Awesome looking watch! I would say solar powered would be a great feature to have.

  • D.C.

    Solar, kinetic, or another renewable power source. Plus the following smartwatch features; Heart rate, blood sampling, and undead detection.

  • Connie Danielson

    would love to win this great looking watch! I also would say solar power would be a great feature to have

  • Jesse Sherer

    In order to survive the coming zombie Apocalypse, it is imperative that my time piece be water proof, fire proof, and able to withstand extreme force. A like bird would pop out of the watch to sing a cheery chime like tune whenever the undead we’re near.

  • Bob Sebastian

    Perhaps one could use its considerable size and, especially when fitted with the steel bracelet, deflect the slings and arrows of the haters ironically writing posts which technically enter them in the contest to win the watch! If you don’t like the watch, don’t enter. But don’t bash the watch or the site because it doesn’t meet your standards. And don’t belittle others that don’t share your views. That’s rude. While I wouldn’t consider this a daily wear timepiece, my watch collection is wide and diverse and I would welcome it as another way to express myself on my wrist.

  • eitan

    I think to survive a zombie Apocalypse I would say a solar powered and a GPS tracking function would be incredibly

  • Yorgos Diamandoulis

    Awesome watch!

  • Yorgos Diamandoulis

    Its aggressive look and its considerable size will help me survive in a zombie apocalypse situation

  • Luis

    Yes, solar and GPS! The strap could have a fire starter integrated, allthough it could make the watch look cheap, it has to be done carefully!

  • SAIDIN SHAARI

    Tough N simple

  • Manzur Dan

    GPS for sure and a compass sensor.

  • Sonny N Ton Carlos

    Time to tell if it’s time to run from the zombies…

  • par167

    A feature needed post apocalypse is a flashlight

  • SPITX206

    “A raging 50mm wide by 16.7mm thick,” my thoughts exactly, “raging.” In a survival situation, zombie apocalypse or otherwise IMO very few functions or features on a watch would help. Knowing how to use a watch as a compass certainly can help but that’s not an actual function or feature of a watch. Food, shelter and defense are what’s needed and they are not built into a watch…yet!

  • Alexander Margaris

    nice

  • Irek Kolasi?ski

    Just in case – WR > 200m, and a solid body.

  • Joe

    I don’t think I would survive a zombie apocalypse but I’m sure the Sisu would.
    It just needs an automatic movement so whoever picks it up (maybe a zombie) can make use of it for many more years 🙂

  • Curt Tracy

    Survival of the fittest. A watch to help me survive a zombie apocalypse would need to include a compass, thermometer, gps, altimeter, the ability to communicate via satellite, as most communications would be unreliable, and it should have a discrete but effective weapon that can easily be deployed. Maybe a micro nuclear device that will destroy everything in a 50 meter circle, but nothing outside of said circle. Hey we’re talking about zombies, everything is possible right?

  • Kaynaro?lu Emrah

    thanks

  • Keith Ritchie

    The watch would need to be sturdy and contain an automatic movement!!

  • Harplayr

    Nice watch

  • human1101

    it can tell when nighttime is coming so you know when to get out of dodge

  • Jeff Geer

    I would try to wear as many of these as I can up and down my arms to protect from bites 😀

  • Tim Nicholls

    I believe a watch with a laser would be handy….I’d like to think cutting the buggers in half would reduce a otherwise high death toll on the good public of Wollongong !!

  • Benjamin Sermersheim

    You need a special, thick, telescoping watch band that can expand up your arm in a form of armor. Anyone here hear of Iron Man? Looks like a similar creation worked quite well for him.

  • Gregg Turcich

    I’ll take the leather strap option, thank you!

  • Abdul H

    Built in chip that can enhance the wearer’s reflex, agility, dynamic vision, physical strength, and turn them into kung-fu master.

  • Darren Williams

    Just having a continual movement that won’t ever stop and perhaps having a few of these watches on each arm for protection.

  • Annaloa Hilmarsdottir

    A watch with a laser beam to kill the zombies with would be handy

  • John Agwazim

    Beautiful piece.

  • kayladiana

    a watch that has a light up face might be helpful, to bring light to dark spaces so you can see. A watch that has a paracord strap as the bracelet, would be helpful as well! a watch with a compass built in!

  • Tim

    A watch with a paracord strap and a mechanical compass would be the most helpful I think.

  • Rodney Stone

    I like Sisu’s thick steel cases and there solid build, this watch should last for a long time hopefully.

  • Anthony Poon

    nice bold design

  • Barzuma

    Nice face. The case seems a bit thick, but it is very attractive.

  • Ivo Sadovnikov

    Impressive Watch!

  • Hrvoje Holett Hadzic

    Could hit an zombie in the head, and the watch would survive without a scratch 🙂

  • Jamal Tariq

    A discrete high power torch

  • TresGut

    My left arm will probably hang six inches lower than my right when I wear one of these – I reckon that will help me blend in with the zombies.

  • Gabi Balas-Baconschi

    compass of course, altimeter, thermometer are very good to save yourself and your family. Lume is also important to see in the dark as well as chrono function and sunrise/sunset times.
    but the most interesting is that this watch is good enough to be used as a weapon (Sisu Guardian is good for that !)
    Maybe a watch that can detect zombies ? what a good ideea 🙂

  • William

    Hadn’t previously heard of Sisu but I do find the offering interesting. I do wonder if it wears as well as described as it does seem like a lot of watch for those without large wrists. Typically I am not the biggest fan of extra large watches but this one is growing on me. As far as what is needed for a survival/zombie apocalypse watch – I would say primary is an automatic or solar charged or kinetic charged quartz is essential as finding replacement batteries will likely be difficult. Be.yond that I would say decent lume is essential as well given the likelihood that there will be power disruptions. Anything else is really a nice to have in such a situation.

  • Damien Scott

    My watch would have to be built like a tank and be very durable. A compass, barometer and has to be a divers watch. I’ll be safer at sea than on land.

  • Doctor Ben

    A blood testing kit to tell when you have been infected

  • Claudiu

    Compass, altimeter…maybe tritium tubes on the hands and hours indices.

  • Nick D.

    How about a self destruct device, so you can end your life, along with your watch, before being eaten alive by a horde of zombies?

    • Denis Danijel Puhar

      I’m not kidding, but this is one of the most original and unique ideas I heard or read in a long time (assuming, if you find yourself in such a situation you describe).

  • Denis Danijel Puhar

    If we are talking about a real catastrophe, where most of the human civilization and infrastructure has collapsed (or it is only a matter of time, that it comes to this), then I would prefer having a watch with several features:

    1. A watch, that is mechanical or has a power source, that lasts at least a decade or even two (for example: solar powered); Anyway, it does not matter WHICH power source it uses, just that you can be sure, that the watch won’t ‘die’ for many years to come;

    2. Exceptional build quality so, that it is very difficult to damage it, no matter in how harsh conditions it is used;

    3. At least 100 meters of water resistance (and if it is also mud and similar ‘materials’ resistant, even better);

    4. Very good legibility especially in low light conditions (Superluminova, Tritium tubes – it really does not matter, just that it does its job);

    Those would be my PRIMARY requirements, but if the watch would have a couple of sensors on which I could really depend and they would be easy to use (without worries, that they malfunction or are too inaccurate for practical usage) I’d gladly have those also.

    A couple of examples:

    Compass, barometer, thermometer, altimeter,…

    And I almost forgot:

    All those features would not be much of use to me, if the watch is not accurate and precise as good as it gets.

  • Shock-resistance.

  • Jason Dunn

    Dosimeter

  • Shannon Baas

    being water-resistant.

  • Kamil

    I would like to have a watch that is shock-resistant, water-resistant and solar-powered.

  • Howard Sawransky

    Looks great!

  • Jannet Kwan

    a watch that tell me whether it is daylight or night time.

  • afinegirlyar

    Beautiful watch. Would make for a wonderful gift for my husband on our 39th wedding anniversary on July 26th. Thank you for the opportunity.

  • Pops

    Looks great,waterproof which is brilliant because once i put it on i’ll never take it off except to clean the strap and back of watch

  • margaretsmith

    Sisu’s thick steel cases and it’s solid build would withstand being attacked and fighting back. What a great looking watch. Hubby is so tuff on watches and really needs a strong quality watch that can withstand someone who is rough on his.

    • Word Merchant

      Rough on his what? We’re all agog here…

      • margaretsmith

        Just noticed I didn’t finish the sentence. He’s rough on his watches and any jewelry he wears.

        • Word Merchant

          Mystery solved! Thanks!

  • George Flammer

    I used to have a watch with a built in lighter. Something like that would be useful in a watch for survival, that or a laser cutter like James Bond. Hope to win, really cool styled watch!

  • Walter Van Tine

    Nice watch!

  • Mark ZuVerink

    Zombie apocalypse watch? Solar powered. Only way to go.

  • Daryl

    A strong material that would block a zombie bite from reaching the skin.

  • Reed Marshall

    a compass is a must

  • Ruel Tolentino

    one of the boldest designs I have seen on a wristwatch… In an event of an apocalypse a watch with a map meter or compass is a must. and it is also helpful if the watch is automatic or solar powered.

  • John Bruegger

    Because this watch is large enough to conceal it, some food and water. Also, some TP to stay fresh for the zombies.

  • Phil Fleming

    Love the styling of this watch, the size alone will help in the zombie apocalypse. An automatic or solar power with a compass would be a great tool watch for those times.

  • Bogdan B

    In any survival situation one needs a compass, maybe a barometer too to keep dry (although in a zombie apocalypse it would be of less utility). For this Guardian, I like the bold attitude.

  • Word Merchant

    If I owned this watch, I wouldn’t want to survive.

  • Won Matt

    It would be handy to have a laser in my watch to zap the zombies!

  • Love3570

    A compass would definately help me in survival mode !!

    Love3570@aol.com

  • Gabriel

    The watch should be solar powered, there is no other option and a compass will help alot

  • MBacc

    Time to Win!!!

  • Frank Kotarski

    I like Automatic watch movements, illumination to see the time at night. Durability, a watch that can take a beating and do some damage in a crunch. Zombie killing would be so much fun! 🙂

  • SH

    Looks funky. Needs a compass and some form of automatic or solar power, may not be able to get a battery in the midst of a zombie apocalypse

  • Calvin Lee Yiu Chung

    like Automatic watch movements and compass would definitely help me in survival mode.

  • Krishna

    Kinetic or self winding movements will be very helpful….oh yes, blood resistant watches will come in handy when I am busy slaying the zombies!

  • kibbyster

    I would like a laser watch for zombies. I also like a watch that just looks cool.

  • John Woodward

    no thanks..dont like it dont want it.

  • BF

    Sapphire crystal and water and shock resistance, navigation features, thermometer, solar power, and chronograph would be useful in survival situation

  • BrandonS

    emergency homing beacon!

  • Tanis

    Something Q might come up with for James Bond…durable, with a button to activate a zombie-clubbing club, a camp stove…and a compass!

  • Liutauras Balsys

    Obviously, the watch with retracting steel wire would be very helpful to cut off zombie heads more efficiently. And from the size of this watch it seems it could easily accommodate such a function inside its massive body.

  • Sean Flaherty

    Catching up on The Walking Dead, so I feel like I need this watch so I could beat a zombie to death with the thick steel case.

  • Benjamin Dixon

    This watch would be perfect to block zombie bites.

  • Phil leavell

    If I had this watch in the zombie apocalypse. I would glue it to the forehead of the biggest watch snob I could find and well he was going SISU trying to tear It Off I would toss out into the night to draw the hordes of zombies. To help him tear It Off. Giving us mere mortals a chance to escape.

  • at1time

    The watch could be used as a reflector at 50 mm. A watch with a barometer would help predict the weather.

  • Benoit

    A watch with a zombie radar built in !

  • Benjamin Denay

    Looks like they could include a steel wire I could pull out and use…

  • Heith

    Simple–a chronometer so I know how long before my fallen companion arises from the dead as a zombie.

  • Al

    Would wear this Sisu Guardian Q1-50 only when outdoors on a trek or biking. It would take the wear and tear nicely and i would worry about getting scratches on it i suppose. Some useful functions on it would be a SOS signal transmitter and a compass.

  • Krista Miller

    A compass

  • Kevin Beard

    For survival needs I’d want a solar or automatic, don’t need a battery dying. A compass and calendar would be a must have too.

  • Daniel Park

    Long power reserve, accurate time, long lasting/bright lume, water resistance.

  • Chris Martin

    Something that also showed radiation levels might be useful in a nuclear winter — or if North Korea gets crazier.

  • Mitch

    This is, without a doubt, the ugliest watch I’ve ever seen!

    But to answer the question, GPS tracking, perpetual calendar, and a compass.

  • david rittenhouse

    It would have to be shock resistant and tough as hell. Power reserve to let me know its run low.

  • Jack Sexton

    Shock resistance and tough strap and antimagnetic.

  • Dan Simpson-Chief

    Fantastic looking watch. Compass would definitely help!

  • David

    Definitely a big power reserve, compass, and maybe a mini radio?

  • Bruce Hagman

    Non reflective would help keep you hidden

  • Aravind Memana

    non reflective crystal,transponder,ability to use the watch as a shield.

  • Jarred Edgecombe

    If the watch had a switchblade feature on one side and a lighter function on the other I would be able to cut food up and light a fire. I’m sure as heck not going to get a fire started by rubbing some dang sticks together.

  • Asko

    Non reflective, good lume, water resistant and GPS capability! Thanks

  • Kirk Macdonald

    In a survival situation, I would like a fairly large watch, with a hefty steel bracelet, tritium tube lume, unidirectional bezel, chronograph, and maybe a Lindbergh Hour Angle dial. Solar or automatic movement would be ideal to avoid battery issues with a quartz movement. Still trying to figure out where to incorporate a katana or crossbow.

  • James Dillon

    I would love a highly reflective surface for signalling.

  • Chris

    With a watch this size, an ax attachment would be helpful for a zombie apocalypse.

  • Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard

    the non reflective would keep me hidden TY

  • Jean-Sébastien Beaulne

    In a zombie survival situation a tought and well built watch is a good idea so you wont wake up one day with a broken watch

  • Matt Turp

    possibly a bond-esque built in laser?

  • John

    These watches are HUGE, but I like them that way! They’d be great for stopping bullets, for sure.

  • Rafael Lirio

    A GPS system that don’t requires much battery would be great!

  • Brennan Duthu

    Basics for survival would have to include gps/compass or some other type of navigation, solar or kinetic power, G-Shock like case, bright face like Luminox, and some final cutting edge extra feature like flint striker or knife blade.

  • Debbie Snell

    Take off the back cover of a watch and find a mini flat compass and swiss army knife with multi tools, a detactachable flint, mini magnifying glass and a teeny weeny hacksaw blade and spade would be great. Solar powered watch would be good too and maybe a detachable watch face that can be used as illumination at night.

  • A built-in compass, frictionless perpetual movement, and magical time-reversal powers.

  • gchahinian

    A miniature gun stored in the back of the case. It would have to be a bigger watch to be able to fit anything big enough to take a zombie out of course, but either that or a band that detaches from the watch and becomes a pair of super-sharp nunchucks!

  • Lance Litwin

    You’ve gotta look to the James Bond series’ for the answer here, gents. Clearly, the most valuable feature would be the cutting laser… It’s handy for getting through pesky locks so you can open gun safes, shutttered stores, etc.

  • Fitifazrul Rahman

    a fire starter.

  • GKS

    One more vote for the James Bond cutting laser feature. Another Bond feature that might be helpful is the grappling gun that he had in his Omega Seamaster during “The World Is Not Enough”.

  • LP

    A realistic one would be a compass but laser if possible would be very useful

  • AmirulYeoh

    A Watch that is tough enough to be a brass knuckle .. no bullshit

  • wisper

    That’s one tough looking watch

  • DESPINA

    I’d definitely want gps and compass, as well as solar or kinetic power.
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  • Bradyn Westbrook

    Detachable ninja star on the underside, solar powered, maybe some sort of mirror on the face with a convex bubble above it to magnify reflected sunlight to start a fire or burn zombie ants, as well as a compass obviously!

  • Dirk Moser

    hamster can haz watchy ?

  • Xanthus Hoover

    Made in California. Yessss

  • Dimitri Barsonov

    A watch this boldly sized would make for an ideal blunt object to badger zombies with!

  • Matt Mayer

    One feature I’d love to see is an amplified speaker to use as a lure/distraction for zombies, also a compass, and as a “last stand” measure, allow the watch to have a retracting spike to get stabbie!!

  • Eric

    Solar power quartz movement, shock proof and water proof. But this watch would be able to use as a weapon as well.

  • Chris Coughlin

    Nuclear reactor and a cloaking device.

  • Dexter Nesbit

    The large size and thickness makes it ideal for larger wrist and a great blunt object for smashing zombie skulls!

  • Abdulrahman

    durability, GPS,compass, precision, solar/kinetic powered movement although a battery would do the job and back light

  • Samuel Fedor

    I am fan of classic watches,but now I am interested of dive watches

  • Michael Yi Ding

    Digital watch with light, world time, day/date/month features. A compass would be cool too

  • Artturi Salonen

    I don’t think you would need any fancy watch if there was a zombie apocalypce. I would prefer a watch just like this one; a big, simple and durable but maby the automatic one so you don’t have to worry about batteries running out of energy. I am an athlete and a student so I don’t have much money right now but I would most likely buy this one if I had!

  • Ionesi Victor

    I think a watch with a presurized oxigen reserve to breathe under water in case of flood or with a nuclear radiation detector just in case.

  • Eric

    definitely a compass.

  • Dale Houser

    I would need great lume, legibility and heft. I believe I could whack a zombie with this Sisu and buy more time to run.

  • Harry Lakin

    Must haves. Compass and bright light.

  • Edmond Leung

    Re: a compass of course. I liked both FB & instagram @cute88sky.

  • Edmen Daet

    Being bold and not loud, So that zombie can’t notice movement. A cable that can be pulled out for chocking zombie.

  • Arik Gurevich

    Perpetual calendar, anti shock, anti magnetic, water resistant watch

  • Harry Cancel

    Why not have the hammer of the GODS on your wrist while fighting off zombies? Of course a few built in retractable ninja stars would help and being the size of the watch would definitely do some good head damage.

  • Erik Sorensen

    Altimeter, barometer, compass. Looks like I need a Casio.

  • Dave Patey

    No gadgets required on that Sisu watch, I’d just wear it as a knuckle duster to inflict maximum damage on those pesky zombies……..

  • Sverkos

    I would wear a compass I think, this is the best way to know where you wanna go.

  • Andre Braz

    I love Sisu design, rugged ! I need a LED and compass !!!!!!!!

  • Fritz Duppon

    I’d like to see a poisoned arrow shooter. Almost James Bond style!

  • Noah Joseph

    Retractable metal wire, like in that James Bond movie. Use as a saw in the wilderness, catch critters for eatin’, climb down stuff… you know, the uje…

  • Kevin Dodge

    Nice watch, I like the stainless steel. It just needs a piano wire that retracts for the apocalypse.

  • Uriar

    NIce watch. A survival watch IMHO should have a solar powered movement, at least 100m WR, a vibrating alarm and day date. Thanks!

  • Paul Monterroza

    For me, it would have to be water resistant, screwed down crown, count down bezel (preferably ceramic to avoid scratches), and a chronograph movement, oh! and a NATO strap with a tiny compass attached to it!

  • Sam Moskow

    I’ve always wanted a garrote watch like in From Russia With Love. I think that is the ultimate tool watch, and would definitely help out when the zombies come!

  • 2883

    Beautiful watch.

  • Brian Hemphill

    How about a watch with a flint and steel fire starting rod attached. Or, a small LED light powered by a kinetic movement to be used as a mini flashlight.

  • Joseph Somerville

    A compass, waterproof, flint and steel built in to the case!

  • mtnsicl

    A chronograph funtion.

  • ellen markoff

    Beautiful, a watch that would turn in to a heliotransport to help me escape the zombie apocalypse, a la james bond style….

  • Stan Litvin

    Very nice watch, looking forward to win. Watch for everything

  • Abhishek MEHRA

    nice heavy chunky watch.. can be used as an assault weapon when in need killing zombies! haha

  • ???? ????

    It is a beautiful and elegant watch in which descriptions fit men.

  • Andres Ruiz-Tagle

    Perfect to kill zombies! only needs an alarm fuction to be the perfect apocalypse watch!

  • senfnas

    Compass

  • hawaiicanal89

    Well, it would have to be solar powered or automatic, because battery production would likely cease during a zombie apocalypse.

  • Phil leavell

    Hey did a dude just go running by here with zombies chase him. Damn I think he had a SISU glued to his forehead

  • War Jonson

    Solar, kinetic or automatic, batteries would die eventually.

  • George Oed

    Well the watch would need to be either solar, automatic or motion wind powered. A compass, countdown timer, light or illuminated screen/hands, waterproof, durable, alarm, complete calender.

  • Russell Caluri

    Solar, kinetic or automatic, must be able to withstand a lot of damage. We will eb using a lot of melee style weapons with close fighting

  • Hugh henry

    In the event of an apocalypse in a dystopian future this watch is a must have for Warlords wannabe, imposing and beautifully designed to express you are the ruler of everything you see…i love it

  • Win One Again

    Sunrise/Sunset complication would help you in a survival situation, zombie apocalypse or otherwise.

  • Danijel Tojagic

    Definitely compass and temperature. My next watch will have those functions.

  • Cameron Cam

    any complication above and beyond a standard automatic!

  • Stevie J

    Either a solar powered or automatic movement. With a thin tough/sturdy design.(something that doesn’t get in the way of doing manual labour, or heavy).
    Last of all some complications, some of them not all of them; chronograph/stopwatch, compass, strong bright illumination, sunrise/sunset complication, alarms & tide complication.

  • Andre Pramana

    It is vital to have a sturdy automatic watch as they need to be durable in every situation and able to maintain power. Surviving zombie apocalypse would require the people to have a lot of tools as well as having good mobility. I suppose would be great if watches have (besides its main time, date feature) standard features of nature information such as temperature, compass and if possible barometer. it would be great also to have features that could help the owner for example alarm and lighter(again if possible) plugged in to the watch as it would be very helpful for surviving.

  • Tauseef Anwar

    That’s a good looking watch.
    I’d love to have a motion sensor alarm system…place the watch next to me when I’m sleeping just in case I get jumped by zombies!

  • Douglas Weedman

    Compass, timer, automatic movement, durable.

  • GPS, compass and water resistant are a must. Then I would go for more fancier features like SOS signaling, proximity sensor, air quality filter or temperature monitor. If we go with SF level of tools I would go with laser gun. Good luck to all.

  • Derek Schey

    Well to be an amazing Zombie watch it would need to be very durable. I picture a backhand hit with the each to take out the occational zombie. Plus it would have to be an automatic, I don’t want to get eaten with my back turned looking for watch batteries at the store. Lastly a vibrating alarm, I doubt want it waking me up and drawing zombies to me with a loud noise. Give it those three things and it would never come off.

  • David Fisher

    Good-looking watch. A chronograph or moon phase might come in handy in a zombie apocalypse.

  • Den Bradshaw

    In case of a zombie apocalypse, this watch is fantastic because it’s a) indestructible b) large enough to serve as a reflective signaling device and c) heavy enough to act as a bludgeon for crushing zombie skulls!

    I wore the automatic SISU Guardian for several months, on loan from a friend, and loved it. It was a beast, and a constant conversation starter. They make really excellent, chunky watches. The band was surprisingly comfortable as well.

  • NC

    I think a watch with a Frickin’ Laser on top of it would help out against a tornado of snakes and sharks that are high on meth.

  • Janko Bajagic

    Most electronic features in the apocalypse would be useless as civilization would have fallen. I think if you really want to keep time, having a sun power watch would be the most practical feature. Batteries will run out and then you will need to fight through hoards to get some new ones that may or may not be expired. Mechanical watches would be good in theory but might not work well with shock when smashing heads in.
    having a light feature on it would be useful, being heavy so you can smash skulls in with it, and maybe a taser feature in case other groups try to get you while sleeping.

  • frank m

    I would really use a watch that would illuminate in the dark. and also automatic because in the event of a zombie apocalypse I doubt I would be able to find batteries

  • Paul M

    All of the 007 watch gadgets.

  • Jake True

    I would like for my watch to be automatic (or mechanical). I’d also like a compass and a temperature gauge since those would be key things to have in a zombie apocalypse.

  • FilmEditorFL

    Automatic, GREAT lume, rotating bezel, tough and easy to read. Of course, it would need to be water tight to at least 50 meters.

  • Scott E Sanders

    Having a strong lume, scratch-proof crystal, shock-resistant automatic movement, and a sturdy, water resistant case would be important in any situation.

  • Anton Ray Mortensen

    Homological Barn – Find! Dream Not a 1967 Chevy 2 Door put up in the hay-loft years ago…
    See that comment we have some watch freak.. No about 8 months ago or more I looked at some of the Vintage Chrono’s I have collected. Some thing though was driving be crazy; why do I have this type of so many this style like the one above. it finally over time hit me in one second. This shape style reminded me (flash-back), how much myself and friends built our cars up to what I call Muscle Car Watches Today. With true manual gages, pioneer super tuner an Amp. Playing the greats that are here today still, Rolling Stones ” Time Is On My Side”, I cant drive 55 by hands dials go to 120mph. The critical piece thou was the Deep Dish Chrome Wheels with a bezel 9rims), with Radial TA 250’s Tires and the rear wide tires I see on classic Wide Bands, some Armorold tires. A design u see commonly in vintage Full-Throttle an Quiksilver Watches. These in a mint restored original parts, Barn find Muscle Car go up to a half a million dollars at Barrett-Jackson. You have a watch that meets that criteria in a bow. First in show for me to find one to try an add to my collections as a US Vet. Well over 20 years plus of service with some damage they getting hared to get better…No gas required to see that movement. Not a watch freak, may a watch addition for fine things over Time and on Time guaranteed! Anton. gomortman2@yahoo.com.

  • Franco

    Automatic with a geo-location function. Small lighter built in with a gas cylinder to start a fire. Compass and water purity meter would be a great addition too.

  • Andrei Mihaila

    Automatic, gmt and 12 hour bezel to track multiple time zones and an internal compass. All that filled with lume and everything should be fine.

  • Drini Skenderi

    Great watch … hard to die

  • Chad D

    Looks easy to tell time, so you can mark the 24 hours!

  • Sean Engel

    One of the things that i like about the Q1-50 is that it pulls off the trick of looking industrial without being bulky or ugly! Plus when they talked about the leather band option I couldnt really imagine it but actually it works very well aesthetically. Very nice.

  • TomTSX

    A compass

  • Georgio

    Living on an island (the UK) the automatic feature would be most useful feature as the batteries and resources would very quickly be looted I fear in the ensuing panic. I could then ride the zombie apocalypse out at home with a nice cup of tea admiring this badass watch, and even when the electricity stopped I could still admire it in the darkness due to the great lume it produces (whilst hiding in the wardrobe from the zombies).

  • Jerkamie

    digital compass & barometer

  • Goose1274

    Cool watch!

  • Nguyen Phuong

    Nice and robust

  • Michael Backus

    Looks like a solid watch… could definitely take out a zombie skull or two… I really like the dial though.

  • Nick

    Looks solid, durable and reliable although would be better with automatic then quartz movement.

  • Mark Hart

    Great time piece you can see the quality s compass

  • jimley815

    It would have to be a watch I can use as a hammer, or at the very least, a giant crystal that I can start a fire with! This would be the watch!

  • Aaron

    Talk about a watch that identifies as ‘big and bold’. Apocalypse watches need to be equipped to handle huge shifts in weather patterns/temperatures (due to well, you know…).

  • David Williams

    A pocket-watch style hinged caseback, highly polished on its inside (concave) surface would be useful for two purposes. Firstly, signalling for help and rescue. Secondly, blinding zombies and scaring them away – something tells me that they don’t like bright light!

  • Claudia C. Davis

    The watch with its “.. thick steel case…” would survive any type of apocalypse!

  • Sayed Humaid

    Looks amazing. Specially with the brown strap!

  • Povl Lund Nielsen

    I guess this watch will survive pretty much any apocalypse and if need be you can beat up muggers with it.

  • bert gillespie

    Reverse gps so my homees could track my position from the Zombie safe zone. Like the large nums in the face would like to see contrasting darker face.

  • Ademola O

    I must confess that time check is essential in any survival situation
    especially for me because my job entails frequent trips to remote
    communities in the tropics of West Africa were there is no
    electricity, water supply, accessible roads. So whether a wrist watch
    uses automatic or quartz movement as long as it accurate,durable and also spots the the following features, I am good to go with it: A Stainless steel crafted Casing, on a steel bracelet, with a solid clasp for firm grip on my wrist, with this my wrist is sure protected. A Sapphire crystal lens protection. A superluminova coated hands and indices to enable me do time checks in dark areas.A water resistant to guard against water splashes and an alarm system to keep schedules. Finally, compass for directions on escape routes. With these features on a timepiece, I will be able to survive a zombie apocalypse.

  • Nikko

    The leather one looks gorgeous!

  • Silviu

    The leather strap version looks fenomenal

  • Jonathan Davies

    The ability to know the time is important as well as being able to use your watch as a compass, which isn’t difficult to do on a normal wrist watch. The next handy feature a wrist watch could have is a retractable wire saw blade kinda like 007’s piano wire watch.

  • What a beautiful watch. Knowing when the sun goes down would be #1 in zombie survival, as I suffer from night blindness.

  • Duffy Olson

    Survival Functions – Solar power and Compass – Good to go.

  • Satrya

    Small, strong, minimalistic, solar-powered, what a perfect combination! Both leather or metal bracelet looks great!

  • chris

    Great looking watch. Kinetic powered with a radioactive laser to melt ET.

  • Joe McHugh

    That’s tough. I guess a watch needs to be reliable, environment resistant, and easy to keep running. Basically a solar diver or really robust automatic.

  • Peter Tokar

    SISU is an awesome watch. Definetly on my list. The easy answer for survival functions is things like compass, altimeter, sun/moon dial. But if were talking about Zombies…then I say a removable pin with a cyanide injection in case the zombies overtake you or a laser to quickly cut them down. LOL

  • sko2386

    Power meter and sun/moon phase, if you’re underground you’d need to keep the power meter in check for solar or auto/mech watch in apolocalyptic world

  • Matt

    Steel Bracelet and thick case

  • ricsif

    Some James Bondish built-in laser would be nice…

  • TheM

    Have to agree with many here, a compass would be the ost useful feature in my opinion. And it shouldn’t need batteries, so solar powered. The Sisu is definitely bold enogh to club a few attackers, also a worthy trait for survival.

  • Deb

    Functions for survival: solar or kinetic powered (won’t be carrying any watch batteries); compass (make sure I go the other way from the zombies); GPS (of course wishful thinking others are alive and will find me with their GPS finder–yeah, right); and the cord of the watch similar to the INOX (got to strangle the zombies somehow).

  • Jeff Kolodny

    Very nice watch. I would be looking for solar and an automatic. I think it should have a mirror on the back side for starting solar fires would be helpful. Also we would need a compass.

  • bastien koert

    Features that would help in a zombie apocolypse would include water resistance since those zombies don’t swim, kenetic power source so that i don’t have to worry about the battery running down and heft to smash that zombie skull

  • les

    I recently bought a watch that when you slide the face it reveals a heated area to say light a cigarette. I don’t smoke but guess I could always start a fire in an emergency. Maybe that would scare away Zombies.

  • Robert Carson

    Short term, definitely heft and a sapphire crystal for zombie-smashing…long term probably a simple, rugged mechanical movement (so you do not need to worry about a battery dying or finding the lone surviving watchmaker for repairs!)

  • Christopher Uno

    A zombie apocalypse watch would need to be automatic winding, durable as all get out, and storage for an ax would be nice.

  • Allan Andreyanto

    ‘a sun ray finished dial’ features on Sisu Guardian Q1-50 would help me in a survival situation, zombie apocalypse or otherwise ‘in a cool way’. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c21da197a27e777dd230d8662f088e4d3d6937ca4e78219552dd6f2681f29376.jpg

  • adeel malik

    a rugged titanium mechanical watch with compass would be good enough to keep me walking in the right direction.

  • Deejay Dout

    So many watches, so little “time”-love them all!

  • Jannet Kwan

    navigation and weather prediction.

  • Roshdin Rahmat

    for navigation so I would walking alive instead of walking dead.

  • James Newell

    Great lume, shock resistant movement – probably high precision quartz, rubber strap, alarm…Z33 Spacemaster maybe.

  • Shane A

    It would be handy to use to crack open nutshells. Always handy for keeping track of how many days it’s been since the apocalypses.

  • Samuel Mehtälä

    I believe that not only the watch needs to survive, but also its owner according to revelation 19:11-21, therefore I need one urgently since the one seated on a white horse is coming!

  • penemio

    Preferably watch that emits a signal that repels the zombies.

  • ivel1977

    I would want a watch that was extremely durable, lightweight and reliable for any survival experience.

  • sam-b

    Hm, a time machine might be helpful…

  • AllYourFache

    Ooh… if that’s the leather strap that comes with it, I want one. Gotta put this on my list.

  • wcse

    Compass plus solar powered.

  • JadeMint

    The large numbers would be easy to glance at while I sprint away from the attackers, staying fashionably on time with the schedule of my zombie resistance group.

  • Jenny Ham

    The Compass of course

  • J.A. Haynes

    Lasers, yup Lasers would help.

  • Stephanie Phelps

    Having a bug repellent would be amazing to have for those zombie mosquito that want to chew on me!

  • Penny Snyder

    Would have to be reliable & not stop running!!~

  • mr. y

    looks as good as a deep dish pizza

  • Jennafer211

    For a zombie apocalypse, I would want my watch to have a nice sharp spike that comes out of it to spear them in the head! And a washable band to get the zombie juice off!

  • Jerry Marquardt

    The all leather strap version would make the Sisu Guardian Q1-50 most helpful during a local zombie apocalypse.

  • afinegirlyar

    I love the all silver. Would be an awesome gift for my husband who has a birthday coming up.
    Thank you for the opportunity.

  • Tristan

    The SISU is obviously banking on your being able to beat a zombie to death (again) with this watch. Sounds like a plan.

  • Erin

    I could use the thick steel case to punch a zombie in the face with.

  • Kathryn C

    I think the ability to start a fire, y’know shoot an intense laser which would come in handy in a survival situation

  • Trevor Hirst

    I think having something with a bulletproof and bite proof case would keep the watch ticking during anything.

  • Leela

    It would have to be waterproof.

  • mohammed fadil ashraf

    A magnetic case, to attract nearby metals which will be handy when escaping a zombie infestation or chase, as it will attract nearby metals which can be used as weapon to attack. Even a laser emitting feature to distract the zombie and sneak pass them. Other functions such as waterproof, as zombies have aversion towards water, it can help the watch survive in water and escape and prolong it use. And also watch should be automatic as it wont die off dead battery.

  • Forever Great

    Nice design, that’s about it.

  • ik299

    well, perfect “apocalypse” watch would have to be automatic, hard and durable with compass maybe…

  • Alice Minx

    Zombie proof.. what else?

  • Patricia Edwards

    Zombie proof with a compass!

  • taryn tener

    The boldness and aggressive design of the watch would eliminate the need to worry during a Zombie Apocalypse, because, you will just look to bad to mess with! Someone buy one for Rick Grimes!

  • Buddy Garrett

    Survival features I can think of would be solar power and GPS and a compass.

  • Edis Zuki?

    Shockproof, with 10ATM and compass would be pretty nice

  • Julie Terry

    Best survival features, solar power, GPS and the compass

  • Krisztián Nacsev

    Compass and barometer

  • jshove1

    So excited for the chance! Jennifer (dot) lleras (at) gmail

  • Howard Lee

    I like this post and giveaway. Yee hah!

  • DianaT

    This is a great giveaway.

  • Brian Wells

    Survival from a watch? Maybe a paracord band, or a multitool band.

  • Crissie Woolard

    Would definitely need to have a micro gun Earleys there. A blade would also be nice and a compass to know where the heck I’m going Lol. Thanks for the chance to win such a fun giveaway. All entries completed

  • DV

    A zombie GPS tracker would be handy

  • Bryan E.

    A watch with a signaling mirror might come in handy in a survival situation.

  • Kt Vg

    I want watch

  • Boi1der

    I love the boldness of the design. Just wish it was an automatic.

  • Aaron

    What a great looking watch!

  • Jeff Randall

    Waterproof, manual or automatic movement, titanium case, and lastly a Corpsegrinder 3000 Carbon Dioxide laser. You know, pretty standard stuff.

  • pepperqueen

    Waterproof and shatterproof would help in survival situations!

  • Larry Janeshek

    I would like to see a automatic watch with a GPS feature

  • Humphrey Mar

    A GPS feature & SOS strobe

  • Moonraker

    Is too tardyness for the winning time?

  • H?t ??u

    Nice looking watch.