- Item Weight: 18.1 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 68 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: TW2R63600
- ASIN: B072BBYCBH
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 18 August 2017
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- Mother of pearl dial with full Arabic numerals
- Indigo light-up watch dial
- Analog-quartz Movement
- Case Diameter: 25mm
- Water resistant to 30m (100ft): in general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming or bathing
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|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||25 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||8 millimetres|
|Band length||7.75 inches|
|Band width||12 millimetres|
|Dial Colour||Mother of pearl|
|Water Pressure Resistance||100 Feet|
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For my watch at least, none of those issues were true. I've been wearing it since it arrived two days ago, and the time it keeps seems perfect (and it's easy to read, with the clear yet subtle gold dots for each minute).
Appearance: the finish is exactly what I was expecting--shiny, polished brass--and I like it. It doesn't seem too bright or tacky to me. It's simple, classic-looking, and elegant. I like the quiet rainbow sheen of the mother-of-pearl dial, and I love that the numbers are in gold instead of black or some more obvious shade.
As far the fit and adjustment: I have small wrists (6 1/8" around, or .15.3 cm), and the band nearly fit out of the box. I didn't like that it slid around, so I took out three links using a tutorial from The Watch Prince>Info>"Removing a Link: Expansion." I had no problems making this simple adjustment, but I do have some experience making jewelry and fixing sewing machines, so I'm familiar with adjusting tiny metal bits. I also had two pairs of precision needle-nose pliers. If you don't have a tool like that, it would be hard.
Based on the proportions in the picture, the watch is smaller than I expected, even after holding up a ruler to see what a 25.5 mm case and 12 mm band would look like. Quite flattering on my small frame. I think the pictured watch has had the band shortened dramatically.
The tick is audible if I put it up to my ear but otherwise I have not noticed it (I have no noticeable hearing loss).
The practicality features are wonderful. The backlight works well: you push in the stem (the knob for setting the time) and the light glows. As soon as you release the stem, the light stops. I love that there are numbers on every hour marker, and thin black lines on every minute, and all without sacrificing beauty.
The expansion (spring) band is also convenient, although I prefer the look of regular link bands. I was planning to buy a regular metal band for $10-20 and replace it myself, but now that I'm wearing it, I'm very happy with the original band.
All that being said, be prepared to adjust the size of the band. IT ISN'T FUN, if you do it yourself. When I first took the watch out of the packaging, I thought, maybe that'll fit me. NOPE. I do have fairly small wrists but I took out 8 links (over an inch worth). And being cheap and too lazy to drive to the watch repair store, I decided to do it on my own following YouTube videos. Here's some tips if you decide to brave it: get as many tools handy as you can. Something like a 00 flathead screwdriver, small awl, some tweezers or fine needlenose pliers for jewelry. I had 2/3 of that and struggled a bit whereas I think tweezers or pliers would have helped. The process isn't that tricky but takes a bit of patience and precision; I was lacking in the patience department. So while I successfully did it, you can tell in one spot that I didn't quite get it right. Would anyone else be able to tell? No. Is it secure? Yes. Am I being annoyingly perfectionist after being lazy? Yes. My suggestion: unless you have small tools and are fairly handy, just take it to the watch shop!
1. The numbers on the dial are easy to read.
2. Each minute is marked with a dot, so I can see the precise time without having to estimate the distance between the numbers.
3. I can illuminate the dial when needed.
4. The leather strap does not make my wrist perspire (as vinyl does).
5. It is the ideal size for my small wrist on the fourth-hole setting.