Summary: jeweler wanted msrp $450 - talked them down to $375. decided it was too much. put in amazon cart and received an email about a week b4 xmas that it was reduced to $200. looks great in person. arrived in nice box - wrapped around watch "pillow" and all other protective plastics. hubby wears it with a tshirt and jeans and still looks great.
Love the watch, not so much the condition it came in
R. C. Allen, amazon.com
13 December 2011
Summary: The watch is great, very distinctive looking, fits my wrist well, and has a unique style. It does not store much energy once you take it off, though, sometimes stopping before I put in on in the morning if I have not worn it constantly the day before. I have many automatic watches, and they all keep running for a longer time. Still a very nice watch and I am happy with it. The problem with its condition was the band.
Summary: I got this for my husband for Christmas and it was so beautiful I gave it to him early. He was so excited about it, the intricate details of the insides of the watch make it really fascinating. I have not seen any flaws or scratches on this watch and he has not taken it off since he got it.
Summary: Being a bit of a watch nut, when I came across this one, I was a bit skeptical. An automatic for how much? Look for others that have a known name and you will see what I mean. Other name brands normally are in the low $1000 to start while some Quartz (battery operated) are about the same. The combination Skeleton and Metal dial is a great look. It has the weight that I prefer, the sturdiness without losing the appeal that I was looking for. Overall, a strong 8 out of 10.
Beautiful timepiece - expect compliments while wearing!
ace kid, amazon.com
6 December 2011
Summary: I purchased this beautiful timepiece at a jewelry store earlier this year. After a year of solid use, I'm happy to report that this watch is still accurate, still beautiful, and still gets attention. Let's start with the looks. Looks: A solid, bright watch with a rectangular case. The crystal is not flat, but curved from top to bottom, the peak of this curve cresting at the center of the crystal.