Reviews and Problems with Victorinox Men's 241357 Officers Gent Watch
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Indestructible and good looking
30 December 2011
Summary: I bought this watch after reading loads of reviews. I seem to be able to kill watches just by wearing them. They just die on my wrist. So I was after something that wouldn't scratch and would just keep working and looking great. And I didn't want to go into the diver/adventurer watch zone. This absolutely does the trick.
Summary: This is a beautiful watch. The watch is a very clean and sporty. The watch is very readable and is simply very attractive. I swim daily and have found the watch to be most readable in the water. The watch is great bargain. This is a great price in comparison to other Swiss Army watches as well as other companies. Please note the sapphire crystal. The band is a bit stiff which I hope eases up with use. The band is very attractive.
Summary: i love the style of the watch, however, the mens version has a face that is HUGE. i returned it (which was painless) and got the "women's" version instead. ive had it for about 2 months and am very satisfied. btw, the rubber band wont slide on my arm as much as leather or steel. i like to wear a watch a little loose, but hate when they slide down onto my hand. this watch doesnt do that as much. 5 stars for watch. 4 stars because i had to return it.
Summary: The Victorinox Swiss Army Men's Officers Gent Watch (241357) is a well crafted clean looking watch. The rubber wrist band is comfortable and the buckle is a nice brushed finish and 2 "keeper" loops that hold the tongue in place. The brushed numerals on the watch face contrast nicely and are super easy to read quickly. Incredibly functional with clean design.
Summary: montre discrète malgré un diametre assez important. le bracelet en caoutchouc est de bel aspect mat, et bien en forme: la montre épouse le tour du poignet. attention, ce n'est pas nécéssairement visible sur les photos: le tour du cadran est en acier poli, alors que le reste du boitier est dépoli La date n'est pas facilement lisible (mais je dois avouer ma presbythie...