Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Swatch Automatic Chronograph - Review

Posted on/at 10:06:00 PM by SBdude

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As most of you might had already known about this latest offering from Swatch, it is the brand's first batch of automatic chronographs. Swatch had  launched their first automatic chronographs models on 15 October 2009 worldwide.


If you are not familiar with the term "automatic",it is actually running with no batteries attached as the movement of the clock are based on quantum movements from our wrist and of course, you need to wind the watch to generate "power" if the watch leave untouch for at least 1 day.





The new Swatch automation collection is composed of five distinct sporty wristwatches-Simple Pure, Sign In The Sky, Right Track, Blunge and Silver Class. With fashinable appearance and textured materials, this collection gives new interpretation of precise chronograph watches.





The launch of this multi-functional automatic watch collection marks Swatch’s another bold challenge to conservative watch market that has long dominated by high-end traditional watch brands.





The Swatch designers has combined reliable automatic functions and tasteful design styles on the new automatic watches. With steel bracelet it’s available for € 295 (or $380), with rubber or leather strap the price is € 285 (or $ 370).


The video below might convince you to get one..



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Love at first sight !! The Swatch Automatic Chronograph would be the perfect Christmas gift from anyone cause I'm also an automatic watch fan myself. Hopefully Swatch would grant me this perfect wish !! =)

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Symphony of Love said...

This looks really good. Throughout my growing years, I had own a few swatch watches. I certainly hope Swatch can grant me this wish too. Maybe I wouldn't mind giving them my first paid review on my blog. :)

athena said...

I love swatch watches, like their funky designs. The automatic chrono looks really mechanical with all the wheels and stuff. I'd love to have one. It's great too that you posted a review of it since it has just been launched. athena of swatchwatchesportugal.blogspot.com

K-Wei said...

Hi mates..yeah, I must say this one-of-a-kind swatch is just too amazing !!

I cant wait to lay my hands on it =) sigh,moolah-less to buy one of those tho..

I really appreciate both of your comments !! hope you get one of those for Xmas kaykay ? Adios n takecare !! =)

q8chrono said...

Great blog but a couple of errors buddy in this post. Automatic watches do not require "constant winding", in fact, they don't need any winding at all. Wearing it and moving around is what "automaticaly" winds it. After the power runs out, after 50 hours of not wearing it in this case (other watches/movements vary) you may wind it to get it going or move it around.
Also, this isn't swatches first automatic watch, it's the first automatic chronograph by them.

Cheers

K-Wei said...

thanks for the info mate.. will keep that in mind. but then this Swatch collection still a masterpiece..isnt it ? cheers..

marry said...

Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!
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