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Old 05-28-2011, 02:26 PM
 
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TW Steel Rose Gold Watch

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

TW Steel has created an impressive looking luxury watch in the Rose Gold watch. This is a watch that features a unique color and a comfortable leather band. It is also something that, unlike other luxury watches, can be within the budget of a typical person.

The wristband of this watch is the first thing to see. While many luxury watches use steel bracelets the Rose Gold watch uses a leather band. This band can be easily adjusted and can be closed up through the use of a buckle. A brown color is used for the band to let it match up with the rest of the watch. This is a very fashionable part of the watch but it looks like it should be treated with proper leather preparing materials on the regular basis just to be safe.

The buckle can also be adjusted in many ways. It can go from 18 to 22 centimeters. This makes it versatile for many people.

Now the face on the watch is an impressive feature. The outside part of the face features a rose gold appearance. This is a darker type of gold color. It uses a few red accents.

The rose gold color is consistent around the entire build of the watch. It is found on all three hands on the watch, the watch's primary numbers, the wind-up control and even the TW emblem on the outside part of the watch.

The face on the watch says that it works with a 10ATM strength level. This means that it can resist water at levels of up to a hundred meters. This is much better than the fifty meters that most other watches claim to support. However, while this watch does pass general bathtub dipping tests it may not be best to try and test the watch in deeper situations.

The wind-up control is the last part of the watch to see. This is a control that is thick and large enough for any user to handle. It will not take up too much space though. It is relatively close to the TW emblem on the watch so it will help to be careful when working to control the watch.

An important part of this watch is that it is within reach of many people. It only costs about $530 to get in most places, making it one of the cheapest luxury watches on the market.

Review by professional reviewer, Sep. 1, 2010
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