- Dimension: This chronograph has an IPRG stainless steel +polycarbonate case that is 45 mm in diameter and 15 mm thick.
- Band: A gold-toned buckle clasp joins the ends of a brown silicone strap which is 22 mm in width, and allows flexible band, suitable for males and females.
- Color: This magnificent timepiece has gold-tone hour markers, sub-dials, and bezel. It achieves its look similar to that of a bronzed god, with its brown dial and strap.
- Display and Movement: It comes with a round, stationary bezel, and a mineral crystal, both shielding the three sub-dials, Arabic numbers, markers, hands, and date window from external elements. This piece uses a Myota OS20 (Japanese quartz) movement.
- Other features: It is water-resistant for up to 50m or 165 feet.
An Amber Dream
- The MULCO Unisex MW2-9619-033 Analog Chronograph Swiss Watch definitely has my vote when it comes to color. It resembles a piece of jewelry made of the finest amber or brown garnet, embellished with gold. It’s neither too gaudy nor too plain.
Strength and Numbers
- Maybe it’s just me, but I would always go for a watch that uses Arabic numerals. Maybe if I were raised to read Roman numbers more frequently, then I would go for other watches. However, the use of large Arabic numerals on the dial and sub-dials make reading time easier to read time, by a mile.
- Silicon bands and stainless steel cases are must-have features for heavy-duty watches. This watch has both.
Sapphire vs. Mineral
- Between the silicon strap and stainless steel, what’s missing is a sapphire dial window. Although a mineral crystal is generally tough enough and scratch-proof, this watch could have achieved Watch Titan status if it did have a sapphire crystal.
Titanic Crown and Flap
- If you have the habit of flexing and bending your wrists, or rotating your hands by your wrists, especially when they’re tired from typing or carrying a heavy load, you’d find that the MULCO MW2-9619-033’s crown, and the flap opposite that, as a nuisance. It may even dig deep into your skin and cause you to have “crown marks”, similar to when wake up with lines on your face.
Japanese vs. Swiss Quartz
- Some watch connoisseurs would prefer Swiss over Japanese quartz movement, especially over the Miyota OS20, because between the two, second-hand alignment and meticulous accuracy goes to the watches that run using Swiss quartz movement. For a regular, watch-wearing person, this is no biggie, though.
The MULCO Unisex MW2-9619-033 Analog Chronograph Swiss Watch, a piece from Mulco’s Titans collection, definitely an epic when it comes to functionality and design.