I have been reviewing a few watches lately. I really like this one primarily because it has a band that is easy to put on and off. It also offered no challenges as to how to utilize it. I know that sounds ludicrous but I have looked at a couple of watches from two different manufactures that had mystifying connections with no documentation on how to use them. Now that I have seen a couple, I can figure it out but the first one took 15 minutes to figure out the clasp.
This is a vey good looking watch. It has a band that is thick and heavy and appears like it would take significant abuse. The watch itself is heavy and as I am not a diver I was wondering about that. My diver daughter-in-law told me that she has had several diving watches and they were all very heavy due to the need to make them waterproof. This watch says it is water resistant not water proof. My pool is currently closed for the season so I can't testify to the water resistant factor and oddly enough my pool is far to shallow to truly test the water resistant factor.
Overall I really like this watch. Although the band will need significant reduction as it appears to be sized to fit a behemoth.
· Date window at 4:00
· Blue dial with gold tone and white hands, yellow hour markers and Arabic numerals; luminous; gold tone ion-plated stainless steel unidirectional bezel with gold tone top ring; screw-down gold tone ion-plated stainless steel crown; mineral crystal; gold tone ion-plated stainless steel case with blue silicone cover; gold tone ion-plated stainless steel bracelet
· Swiss-quartz Movement
· Case Diameter: 48mm
· Water Resistant To 330 Feet
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