With a history that dates back more than a century, Wenger of Switzerland is one of only two producers of authentic Swiss Army knives and Swiss military watches in the world. Crafted with exceptional attention to detail and quality, Wenger knives have remained a favorite of soldiers and outdoorsmen all over the world. Built to withstand extreme cold, humidity, water pressure, impacts and magnetism, Wenger watches have been tested during the Swiss Commando Raid, which subjects equipment to the toughest conditions imaginable. Now a stand-alone s ... Learn more about Wengerubsidiary of Victorinox, the Wenger brand continues to offer handsome, accurate and rugged watches in more than 80 countries, along with a branded selection of travel and business luggage. ... Less
Reviewed by wheaten from AZ on Monday, July 27, 2015
I have owned another Wenger for 15 years, stainless steel watch. I have to say that the band on this watch is not the quality of my old watch. The new one is great since I wanted a two tone watch. The face of the watch is larger, I have a small wrist, but it looks good when I wear it. Overall I give the watch 4 stars. This is due to my comparing the new one to the old. I think any woman would like the watch. It is more casual than a dress watch.
Reviewed by Pinto from Utah on Wednesday, July 22, 2015
I love this watch! It was exactly what I wanted as far as weight, size, functionality and look. The crystal is domed, which is what I prefer since it helps reduce reflections. The footnote is that the dial face is a dark copper brown in color. The photo makes it look black (I would have preferred black) but it isn't. I love it though and it looks great.
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
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