Champion Timepiece’s Fusion Is The Best Christmas Gift For The Jet Skier In Your Life


Besides a brand-new ski sitting beside the Christmas tree (we’ll take a ’15 FX SVHO in black and blue, please), there’s very few things worthy of your favorite jet skier’s affections this holiday season. That is, except for possibly the nicest piece of lifestyle apparel in our industry: Champion Timepiece’s Fusion wristwatch.

Hand designed by famed IFWA World Champion Ross Champion and Cold Fusion’s Carl Gramberg, it’s possibly too nice for the likes of us. We turned to Ross who beamed like a proud poppa when describing the Fusion:

BseenW-pWM9-6ec3uf3nP7dlpogaGpv8mPKyIA-T5QU,-kGyYtkJBp4hwSTH68Ob_EJhgFWnvA7RJjFk1ZCkvXw,aCGa4VRvXI-f_l-j4J5IG1iSxXMyldgxPXctMXCHTLI,vpUsLL17COayBGu36LfezHr_faCA4mvhrxgr1Cudvgo“Champion Timepiece’s first entry into the watch market is available and shipping in time for Christmas. We have only made 78 units, and that is all that will ever exist of this model.

“Each watch is individually serialized and has the serial number etched into the case of your Fusion and the plaque in the watch box.

“Designed specifically for jet ski enthusiasts; much of our watch is created from the very same materials that has made our sport what it is today, namely Billet Aluminum and Carbon Fiber.

“The Fusion’s body (case) is meticulously machined from a block of 6061 t6 Billet Aluminum at our facility in Oxnard, California. To create the case we employ multiple processes using state of the art CNC equipment and fixtures before each individual case is hand polished and sent to anodizing.

“We used a real carbon fiber face in the design of the Fusion as a nod to the incredible hull builders who are building beautiful functional works of art in their own right. Besides, for beauty it’s hard to beat raw carbon fiber and aluminum.”

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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