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The 585XLTMXB and 585XLTMXM watches are traditional two-hand (no seconds) watches with full titanium cases and bracelets. The faces are totally minimalistic with just the hour indicators and thin hands used for quick reference by the wearer, not everyone around him. I like how the crystal shape integrates with the bracelet design, something you don't see everyday. The watch case is thin at only 8mm, and the case is 38mm wide. A quartz movement powers the watches, and Skagen is nice enough to provide a lifetime movement warranty. They can easily do this as problems with the movements are very rare (and they don't cost that much anyway).

For classier occasions, Hello Kitty has also introduced more diamond intensive pieces, such as below. The subtle diamonds on the rotating bezel also help this watch, and most within the jewelry line, transition from day to night. And the brushed stainless steel dial keeps this soft and elegant - yet a bit flashy too.

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Consider the association with cowboys my poetic license as a commentator, but the connection is just so obvious to me, this is clearly what is going on here. Notice how well the watches match the snakeskin boots. We aren’t just talking about cowboys, but luxury loving cow handlers. I recall once being in the outskirts of Montreal, and hearing on the radio what was actually French language country music. Not that such Quebec tunes had to do with France proper, but it would make an excellent soundtrack for this article.

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Each time I wear the watch I like how it feels, and how it looks. It is a unpretentious look, that appears comfortable being what it is. It doesn't try to hard, and the element coalesce together nicely. My thoughts are that this watch is good for any guy who wants a nice watch, that will last, that has reasonably good internal mechanics, and is different enough for other guys to notice. I further feel good about recommending this watch because it has a solidly built case and bracelet. As is the case with most Japanese watches, the quality control is impressive. All the pieces fit together nicely, and there is no travel between the bracelet end pieces (which are solid steel) and the lugs. The bracelet itself is better than most I've seen from Japanese brands. Sometimes a Japanese watch case looks great, and you wonder why a mediocre bracelet is attached to it. Here the quality of the case and bracelet match well. The bracelet tapers just a bit, and is a five link design - with alternating satin and polished finishes. The links are solid metal, and use good quality pins. I actually think that the bracelet on this Orient watch was the easiest I've ever had to fit. Usually the bracelet fitting ritual is a slightly delicate and sometimes frustrating procedure. I think it was about 5 minutes from when I started the procedure until it was perfectly sized on my wrist. Included on the deployment are three micro adjustments that are infinitely useful if you like that precise fit that I do. Too many watches that don't feature this always feel just too loose, or just too tight. It is funny how most Japanese watch makers are mindful of this, while a great deal of high-end Swiss watch makers totally over look it. I have no complaints with the deployment either. This is actually one of the most important parts of a watch because you use it at least twice a day (putting the watch on, and taking it off). The clasp has a stamped Orient logo, with a push-button release and a safety clasp. It is on par with the value of this watch, and hassle free to use.

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But one thing I do know… When I look at their home web site videos, which are low key, understated even, but which take time to carefully highlight the craftsmanship, the magic of the assembly process, those marvellous complications and the elegance of so many beautiful watches within their collection…….that does impress me.

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In trying to determine the type of person this watch is best suited for, I keep coming back to the fact that I want to wear one. de GRISOGONO succeeded in giving the watch two personalities, as each face is different. The Roman numeral inner face is more classic Swiss watch in flavor, while the rest of the watch is almost Italian in charm and design. Not forgetting the shutter complication (which de GRISOGONO oddly refers to as a "diaphragm"), you have a very rare type of complication only seen on other de GRISOGONO watches. It is operated by the sliding lever on the left of the watch case. The soft edged case on the Fuso Quadrato itself has unique independently attached lugs connected to an alligator strap. Available by fall most likely, the watch will likely be in the ,000 plus range.

For a more sporty dad or grad, try out the Tissot T Race watch. Tissot is a great brand for a solid, democratically priced watches that last a long time. A watch like this would definitely transition from interview/boardroom to happy hour/sports night. And at 5, it really is a perfectly priced gift.

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Depending on who you are, knowing the phase of the moon is useful (you lycanthrope!) or trivial. Either way it does look fancy, and makes for a spiffy look for a man, or a woman. And at 40mm wide, it is a size that is big, but not obscenely so for a woman (see the diamond-bezel version with the white alligator strap to see what I mean).

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As I mentioned, this watch is fitted with a slide-ruler. Back before electronic calculators were en vogue (admittedly before my time), people needed slide rules to do mathematical calculations they didn't feel like doing on paper. Breitling was of the first (or the first) to fit their watch with a slide-ruler in the bezel. If you are trained properly, the slide ruler can calculate a number of important things. To operate the slide-rule, you simple unscrew the crown located at the 4 o'clock position and use it to spin the internal slide-rule ring. The action is quite smooth, and nice to use. Still, I admit that I'll most likely never use the slide ruler, though it is cool to have. Watch designers have long since realized that adding a lot of little numbers around the periphery of a watch face makes it look cool, and more technical. I admit the trick works here as well, and to Orient's benefit, they decided that instead of just placing little numbers for no reason, they would be at least useful if you wished to use them. I don't think any of you are going to buy this watch because of the slide-rule, but you at least appreciate that it is there.

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This is a single watch winder under the Time Tutelary brand, but it could easily go under different names. I received this winder from Watch-Winder.co.uk which is probably the best place to go for an inexpensive, practical watch winder in England (yes I know I am not in England, which means I need to use a US adapter for the winder).

And as we're all motivated by cost comparisons, the watches are listed within pricing groups, for your convenience.

Consider the association with cowboys my poetic license as a commentator, but the connection is just so obvious to me, this is clearly what is going on here. Notice how well the watches match the snakeskin boots. We aren’t just talking about cowboys, but luxury loving cow handlers. I recall once being in the outskirts of Montreal, and hearing on the radio what was actually French language country music. Not that such Quebec tunes had to do with France proper, but it would make an excellent soundtrack for this article.

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These two new pretty watches are part of a limited edition of just 500 pieces each and are part of the Commando watches that Bell & Ross will offer. Commando meaning gray in this instance. Maybe this is the perfect urban combat camouflage watch? We are familiar with the models as well. These are the big date and power reserve versions of the Bell & Ross BR01, or rather the BR01-96, and the BR01-97. The dials also make it clear that the watches are part of a limited edition. The Big Date has an automatic ETA 2896, while the power reserve model has an ETA 2897.

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This is the first review were I took something apart because of past negative experiences with similar products. I needed to make sure that it was mechanically and electronically up to snuff before I could recommend it - but more on that later. You need a watch winder if you have any automatic mechanical watches. This takes the hassle out of winding your automatic watches when you aren't wearing them for more than a day or so. This is especially important if you have many automatic watches. I have had no less than a dozen watch winders in less than four years, and not all of them are "still alive." So a coherent review of a reasonably priced watch winder is merited.