Thought this would be worth a try (apologies of it has been done before) as you don't see many Traser watches spoken about on watch forums.
In the last thirteen (13) years I have had as my main watch a Traser. My introduction to Traser watches was in 2006 when I acquired, in the UK, a Traser P6506 Commander 100. This watch gave me faithful service for around 11 years and still does as a second watch. In 2017 I acquired, in Australia, a Traser Special Force 100 which is now my main watch.
What attracted my to these watches (and they are both quite similar) were the following features:
> Trigalite tritium self illuminating technology by MB Microtec (makers of Traser watches and, I understand, suppliers of Trigalite to other watch makers and users) that enables the time to be clearly seen in any environment.
> Water resistant to 20 ATM (200 metres) not that I am a diver but it is nice to know if I fall off a jetty it won't wreck my watch.
> (uni) Rotating bezel that is marked in 5 sec/min intervals. Allows easy to time of function, tasks, etc. Important on divers watches but a facility I used (probably with a previous watch, Seiko, when doing law exams, etc)
> An uncluttered dial that makes easy reading at a glance. An assisted by a black dial and bight white hands (including the second hand)
> Rugged too. We've all seen the youtube video of a Traser watch being run over by a tank
> Reliable too. Mine have kept perfect time since 2006.