The Swatch Irony Windfall Chronograph Swiss Quartz Men's Watch, on one hand, brings the classic sports touch to any outfit while subdues any extra peppiness unsuitable to the serious Mondays.
Beauty fades before strength! If the statement applies to one watch, it's definitely the Swatch Irony Windfall Chronograph Swiss Men's Watch. A utilitarian design that makes flashiness, meaningless designs and ornamentation duck for cover, yet manages to stay fashionable in its every sense!
Restrained, serious fashion! That aptly describes the type the Swatch Irony Swiss Quartz YCS410GX Men's Watch embraces. Its versatility makes it gel into just any surrounding, how much ever fun or serious it might be.
Black and silver create a stark contrast in the Swatch Irony Chronograph Swiss Quartz Men's Watch and soothed by grey, which translates into maximum visibility without hitting the eyes. Contrary to the usual plastic image, this Swatch is entirely built in solid stainless steel and poles apart from the usual peppy designs that have branded Swatch wearable only to the youngsters. The Swatch Irony Windfall Chronograph Swiss Quartz YCS410GX Men's Watch strikes a fine balance this time, making it every bit a work-wear as much as a staple for the wild weekend parties.
The Swatch Windfall Swiss YCS410GX Men's Watch does more than telling just the time and the date. It splits time with its chronograph functions and that's something useful not only on the race tracks but also at desk jobs. You can improve the speed of your job of writing reports, data accumulation and the likes by measuring the span required every time. You do that with the two sub-dials; which show you the passage of time in chrono-minutes and chrono-milliseconds.
The large seconds-hand show the ticking of chrono-seconds, while the sub-dial at 6'o shows the regular seconds advancement. The typical chronograph functions, so to say, in the most preferred layout but it's with the 1/10th-of-a-second count that it really scores with. For, at this price range, you don't get that too often. In watch terminology, that's called a split-seconds mode. It also allows you to capture a point in time while continuing to measure the overall elapsed time, which is an absolute requirement while you are into some sports activity or in the lab. Reset and all the hands will fly back to home', which is not necessarily the 12'o clock position but can be anywhere on the dial, according to how you have set it.
Swatch Astilbe Chronograph Swiss Quartz Watch has luminous strips as hour markers and a tachymeter inscribed on the bezel, which adds even more value and functionality to it; apart from adding a nice visual touch, it also helps you in high-velocity sports activities, such as a drag race.
So, an overall solid watch that also looks pretty in a matured way and a stark contrast to today's trendy visuals.