Reviews and Problems with Kenneth Cole Men's Automatic Brown Leather Strap Watch Kc1745
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Perfect Gift For Men
23 January 2012
Summary: My boyfriend had been begging me for a skeleton watch all winter long. So I spent a considerable amount of time researching them. This watch by far is the nicest one out there. It has beautiful silver and rose gold moving pieces within the watch, which make it look so elegant. I couldn't be happier with this purchase.
Summary: This a very stylish watch, goes great with brown outfits too if you like brown.. the only thing I Have against it is that the self winding system on it could be more accurate, I always find it being 1 to 2 minutes ahead of the time on my cellphone. It a problem I don't completely mind, but every week or so I find myself readjusting the time on it. For others it maybe too annoying a thing to put up with on a regular basis.
Summary: The Kenneth Cole KC1745 is a very attractive skeleton watch that I purchased while the free one day shipping promotion was happening. Out of all the skeleton watches I was looking at on the site, this was the most reasonably sized (40mm). To me, anything larger than 45mm in a watch is not attractive on any wrist (unless you have really, really big wrists). The movement so far is working great.
Summary: Bought this watch a few days ago, keeps good time and looks great. Spent a lot of time researching it, figured I might save someone some time by writing down the specifics. This watch uses a ST17 Seagull movement, the same in most Kenneth Cole watches. This movement is 21-jewel and produced in China. Seagull "borrows" a lot of their tech, so they are one of the better Chinese movements out there for this price range (they don't spend much on research).