- Display and Case: The Swiss Legend 20032D-02’s display is protected by Swiss Legend’s trademark hybrid crystal, Sapphitek. Its face is luminous, and has a white mother of pearl dial, and silver-tone Roman numerals and hands. The Swiss Legend 20032D-02 also has a polished silver screw-down crown, and a stainless steel round casing. Its silver-tone bezel is decorated with 12 diamonds and silver bubble-like finishing touches.
- Band: The Swiss Legend 20032D-02 has a 15mm thick, clean-white silicon watch strap with a buckle enclosure. It follows typical women’s wrist lengths.
- Movement and Dimensions: This piece in SL’s South Beach Diamonds Collection is 36 mm wide, and 10 mm thick. It runs on Swiss quartz movement.
- Other key features: The Swiss Legend Women’s 20032D-02 “South Beach Collection” Stainless Steel, White Silicone, and Diamond Watch is water resistant for up to 100 m or 330 feet (10 ATM). It has a date window at the 3 o’clock position, and a sweeping second hand.
It’s not only music or visual art that can portray elaborate drama or movement. So can a watch. The first thought that entered my mind when I saw the Swiss Legend 20032D-02 was the word, “Baroque”. Its bezel engravings and diamonds do give its bearer an air of elaborate elegance.
Swiss Legend has blessed the general consumers with a dial that is almost as scratch-resistant and durable as a sapphire crystal dial window, yet not as expensive. The Sapphitek dial in the Swiss Legend 20032D-02 is a major plus in watch collectors’ books.
A common thing to take note of with regard to Swiss Legend’s South Beach Diamonds collection is that they would look classier with more diamonds on the bezel, or, perhaps, bigger studs.
“IV” not “IIII”
I’m really not sure what statement Swiss Legend wanted to make, with how they designed four o’clock to be read. However, it really makes me uncomfortable seeing the Roman numeral inaccurately portrayed in Swiss Legend watches. Picture this: You’re trying to teach a little kid how to read time using Roman numerals, and you try correct the way they write the number “four”. Their smart reply would be somewhere along the lines of, “How come your watch says it should be IIII and not IV?”
A White Silicon Strap – Pros and Cons
There is absolutely no use for having water resistance as great as 10 ATM if the strap would get soaked, right? Plus points got to the Swiss Legend 20032D-02 for having a silicone strap to complement its water-resistance.
As naturally immaculate as white can be, it is also naturally prone to dirt and discoloration. Although the fact that the Swiss Legend 20032D-02’s watch strap is made out of silicone, which is easy to clean, this material contributes more to color fading.
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Be transported into a world of elegance, drama, and eloquence as you wear an immaculate piece to Swiss Legend’s South Beach Diamonds Collection, the 20032D-02. This timepiece uses Swiss Legend’s trademark hybrid mineral, Sapphitek, to protect its sophisticated yet classic face. Its bezel is adorned by an ornate design which is perfected by twelve diamond studs. You won’t go a day without getting a compliment or two.