It’s very trendy and one of a kind, plus it has the most durable materials — mineral crystal to prevent scratches, and a uniquely bangle type leather calfskin band. It’s also water resistant up to 99 feet. More importantly, what’s steampunk without the incredible dial design? The Welder watch features over 4 sub dials. Awesome.
- 2 quartz mechanism dials that shows time; 2 extra dials that displays day and date
- Steampunk style design: Bangle clasp leather calfskin band, champagne colored dial, along with its stainless steel bezel
- Solid mineral crystal that protects case from damage
- 53 millimeters case diameter; 15 millimeters case thickness
- Men’s standard bangle clasp band
- Water resistance up to 99 feet
Its steampunk design is very fashionable indeed! It also has great versatility that can go with any outfit and any occasion.
It’s very convenient that it doesn’t only show the time, but the sub dials shows also the day and date.
Its bangle style clasp is very comfortable, and easy to put on and remove.
Though it obviously states that the watch is 99 feet water resistant, don’t dare to go swimming with it. It helps against water damage, but not to be submerged in a long time.
Too large for women’s size
Since the band is men’s standard, putting it on with the average size of a women’s wrist won’t be good. It tends to dangle, thus causing inconvenience for women.
Too large of a battery consumption
Its 4 dials will obviously accumulate more energy, therefore you might want to have reserve batteries.
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If you’re fond of steampunk styles, then Welder Unisex 400 Analog Display Quartz Brown Watch is for you. It has that design that brings future into the present, as the Welder company implies.