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Skagen Men's 233XLTMB Grenen Quartz 3 Hand Date Titanium Black Watch

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  • Imported
  • Quality Japanese-Quartz movement
  • Mineral crystal
  • Case diameter: 37 mm
  • Titanium case; Black dial; Date function
  • Water-resistant to 99 feet (30 M)

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Skagen
Model number 233XLTMB
Part Number 233XLTMB
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Foldover with Safety
Case material Titanium
Case diameter 37 millimeters
Case Thickness 8 millimeters
Band Material Titanium
Band length mens
Band width 22 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Black
Bezel material Titanium
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Date
Special features Second hand
Item weight 5.28 Ounces
Movement Japanese Quartz
Water resistant depth 99 Feet

Product Description

Presenting a classic design fused with fresh details, this Skagen Men's Titanium Watch features a dramatic black dial face, which is encased by a mineral dial window for extra protection. For your time-telling convenience, white Arabic numerals bring a stand-out contrast, an additional ring of Arabic numerals provide a 24-hour clock, and a handy date calendar rests at the six o'clock position. A black titanium band comes equipped with a sturdy fold-over-clasp-with-safety closure, and both the bezel and 37-millimeter case are made of ultra-durable titanium. The perfect accessory for work or for play, this striking timepiece showcases your refined taste. Powered by Japanese quartz movement, this watch is water resistant up to 99 feet and is protected by a limited-lifetime manufacturer's warranty.

The History of Skagen Designs
In 1987, Henrik and Charlotte Jorst came to the United States from their native Denmark to follow a dream: that of owning and running their own business. Skagen Designs was founded by these two natives of Copenhagen on the principle that beautifully designed, high-quality objects can be created at reasonable prices. The Skagen Collection of watches reflects the Jorsts' creative Danish spirit with clean, elegant designs, skillful craftsmanship and technical perfection. When you purchase a piece from the Skagen Collection, you become part of an international community of Skagen owners who believe in a philosophy of design and manufacturing excellence.

Skagen Trend Spotting
In the market place, time never stands still and so our innovation never sits idle. Our design team is on the pulse of current fashions, with regular visits to design centers of the world including Denmark, Switzerland,Italy, France, New York and Hong Kong. We are never content to follow established trends. We stay true to our classic design philosophy and interpret trends accordingly. We observe, listen and innovate - all to create lasting design pieces.

The Result
The production of such lasting design pieces often demands special processes and tooling. These are often a challenge to create; however, we are never satisfied with "close enough". We continually push and fine-tune designs to stay true to our standards. We know what we want and are not satisfied until the design, material and workmanship are all just right. The result of such hard work and dedication speak for themselves in the jaw dropping enthusiasm and excitement created whenever anyone views our product line.

Maintaining Your Skagen Watch

  • Ensure that the crown is returned to the normal operating position before the watch comes in contact with water.
  • Do not take your watch into a Hot Tub or Sauna.
  • Under normal conditions, the seals in your Skagen watch will deteriorate and may need to be replaced every 2-3 years.
  • Have your Skagen watch serviced by an official service center.
  • All Skagen watches operate with standard batteries. When necessary, any jeweler can replace them for you. Different models are water resistant to varying degrees. Please refer to the back of your watch for the water resistant rating.

    How To Set The Time And Date
  • Pull the crown out to the middle position.
  • Rotate the crown to set date
  • Pull the crown out to fully extended position and rotate crown to set desired time.
  • Push the crown back to its normal position. The date and time are now set.

    Cleaning Your Skagen Watch
    Skagen suggests the following solutions for cleaning metal and crystal surfaces:

  • 3:1 solution of ammonia based window cleaner to water
  • 4:1 solution of rubbing alcohol to water.
  • Do not use soap products.

  • These suggested solutions will evaporate cleanly from metal and glass surfaces. Soap will leave residue behind when dry.

    To clean the case and crystal:
    Moisten a soft cloth with one of the above solutions. Gently wipe the case and crystal clean. Be careful not to put too much stress on the crystal as you clean. *NEVER immerse or soak the case/crystal portion of the watch, regardless of water resistance rating. Moisture could seep past the seals over time.

    To clean the band or strap:
    Skagen soft mesh bands are easily adjustable. Simply insert a small screwdriver or similar tool into the clasp. Lift up the clasp without applying pressure to the thin pin across the clasp and move to desired position. Snap closed securely. Make sure the clasp is set in one of the indentations on the back of the band. Link bands are completely adjustable anywhere watches are serviced.

    Skagen suggests the following practices for cleaning metal, rubber and leather surfaces:

  • Metal watchbands
    Dip a cotton swab in the above solution, and gently rub it into the soiled portion of the band. For more intricate mesh bands, you may want to use a soft bristle toothbrush or nailbrush. Be sure to cover the case of the watch during this process so as not to soak it. For stubborn soil, you may want to bring it to a jeweler for a professional cleaning.

  • Rubber watchstraps
    Simply wipe them down with a damp, soft cloth. Avoid soaps and solvents as they may dry or crack the plastic.

  • Leather watchstraps: Top Grain
    Top grain leather can be characterized by its smooth, somewhat shiny appearance. To clean this type of leather, follow the same procedure as with the rubber watchband. Simply wipe it clean with a damp cloth, using water only. You may want to use leather conditioner or a small amount of hand lotion to keep the leather supple over time. Top grain leather may develop a milky "haze" if left alone for extended periods. This can simply be wiped away or removed with leather conditioner.

  • Leather watchstraps: Nubuck
    This is essentially full grain leather with the top layer shaved off, leaving a flat, smooth finish. A product called a "nubuck eraser" can be found at better shoe repair shops. It will help to remove most light stains and debris from nubuck.

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    • ASIN: B0007X9F7O
    • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 3.1 x 3 inches; 5.3 ounces
    • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
    • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
    • Item model number: 233XLTMB
    • Batteries: 4 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,994 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    It is a very good quality watch that looks very nice.
    Further, the band, although made of metal, is very comfortable and doesn't pull wrist and arm hair.
    Derek Moulton
    Does everything that a watch should do, and I get a lot of compliments on it.
    jason gries

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    132 of 135 people found the following review helpful By R. Tooth on September 9, 2006
    Being somewhat picky and not much of a watch enthusiast, I did a bit of research to try and find a nice looking watch that ultimately didn't at all feel like I was wearing a watch. I visited several Jewelers as well as a handful of watch shops when I stumbled accross this Skagen watch. I was immediately struck by the beauty of the black titanium as well as how thin the watch and band were.

    A little more research lead to my recent purchase of this beautiful watch. So far I'm in love with it! The luminous hands and numbers leave a little to be desired as they need to be exposed to a bright light before being visible in the dark (and if you have a bright light, why would you even need luminous hands?). Regardless, the bright numbers and hands are fairly easy to see even in low light due to the way they catch the available light on their own.

    This watch is sleek, light weight and comfortable. I'm a very satisfied customer.
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    53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Derek Moulton on April 7, 2007
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    This is a very nice watch; and when you consider the fact that it is under a hundred dollars, it's a bargain too. The watch is very light and thin, however, the face is large enough to read easily. The band is capable of fine adjustment, which is easily done by the wearer, allowing the watch to fit any wrist perfectly. Further, the band, although made of metal, is very comfortable and doesn't pull wrist and arm hair. It is a classy looking watch that fits well with casual or dress attire.
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    63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By N. Gowen on March 15, 2007
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    The watch is extremely thin and sleek. I have gotten quite a few compliments on this watch, and I think it goes well with about anything. The clasp is very effective as it has a hook, a clasp, and a safety clasp to keep it attached. The clasp is also very simple to use once you figure it out (which took me about three minutes). The numbers are large and easy to read (which wasn't really a concern for me but it is still nice). Overall I am extremely pleased with this very light and inexpensive yet good looking watch.

    Update: While this is an excellent watch, it is not very durable. I only wear it for the daily activities of a college student and am pretty careful not to bang it on things. However, about 6 months after I bought it I started noticing some minor scratches, and within a year it had a major crack in the face crystal. Also after about a year I had problems with the band, which eventually broke apart. I still love this watch and I would like to buy another one, but the lack of durability makes it a bad value for me.
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    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By L. Maxfield on August 4, 2011
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    I've had this watch about 6 months now. I still love it. Now to address some of the reviews I've read here.

    Watch Band:
    After 6 months, I have noticed a small area where the paint has worn off a little, it's hardly even noticeable unless you get the light just right on it. I've only lost paint on the clasp around the edges where it rubs on stuff. Also, the spot where it has rubbed off the band is where it rests on the desk when I type on the computer.

    I am a full time police officer and part time firefighter/EMT. With all of my daily activity, I have NEVER had my watch fall off. Once in a great while the outer clasp may unlatch, but the second clasp has never come undone. BIG NOTE here, when I first bought the watch, I was trying to adjust the clasp to fit my wrist. I accidentally put the clasp on backwards and didn't realize it at first since I wasn't use to it yet. The watch would clasp, but would come undone very easy because the secondary clasp wasn't actually latching properly, actually not at all. There is also a small thin piece of metal that needs to be properly placed on the band or else it won't cinch down on the band either. So yes, the initial familiarization with the clasp can cause problems, once you figure it out, it is very secure. Most comfortable metal watch band I have ever wore.

    Watch Face:
    I have struck my watch several times on rough surfaces. I have two tiny tiny scratches on the quartz, and one small scratch on the casing paint.

    I love this watch. And unless something goes wrong in the near future, I'll likely buy a Skagen again the next time. I really like the look, how thin they are, and they are by far the most comfortable watch I've ever had.
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    64 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Schultz on April 6, 2009
    This is the 2nd Skagen watch that I've owned. The first one suffered from the same clasp problems that others have described and it often popped open on me. I thought I just had some bad luck with that one. As it was getting old and beat up, I bought this one. Almost the same watch except this one was black instead of silver like my old one was.

    I've only had this watch for a couple of weeks, but I cannot wear it any longer. I like the slim lightweight watches that they produce, but the clasps are just horrible. The clasp on this one is stainless steel while the band in titanium. It is painted black in order to match the band.

    Within just a few days of starting to wear this watch, I developed a very itchy rash on my wrist right where the clasp touches it. I didn't make the connection to the watch for about 2 days and my rash was just getting worse. I thought there might be some kind of left over chemical from cleaning / painting on the watch that was causing my reaction. I've worn a watch all of my adult life and I have never had a problem like this before.

    I decided to clean the clasp with some cotton swabs and alcohol. When I sat down to clean the watch, I realized that the paint is coming off of the clasp already. This was before I even started cleaning so it was not caused by the alcohol. I work in an office so I'm not very hard on watches. There should be no reason that the watch is losing it's paint into my skin with less than a week of wear on it.

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