Victorinox 241084 Stainless Swiss Army Youth Watch
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- Swiss Army Watch
- Quartz Movement
- Stainless Steel Case
- Black Dial with White Numerals
- Case Diameter 34 MM
Style and precision meet! Just in time, Victorinox Swiss Army Watch, SAVE BIG! Keep time to the second with Swiss Army accuracy! For work or play, at home and away. Victorinox keeps your life on track, planning out your next excursion and making sure your appointments are kept. Here you get top-quality time-keeping, packaged in the sleek contours of classic no-hassle Swiss design. We found the inside track on a small supply of these... get yours just in time with BIG SAVINGS! Victorinox watchmaking: Stainless steel case and screw-on caseback; Brown genuine leather strap with buckle; Precision Swiss quartz movement; Water resistant down to 330'; Scratch-resistant mineral crystal; Black dial, white hour and minute hands are also luminous; Red second hand; Military time ring at inner dial; Weighs only 1 oz. Made in Switzerland. A memorable gift they can wear for years to come! Order Today! Youth / Unisex Victorinox Stainless Swiss Army Watch
- Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 3.6 x 3.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
- ASIN: B002A6ELP2
- Item model number: SWISSA-241084
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 10, 2003
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Victorinox|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||42 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||11 millimeters|
|Band Material||Pig skin leather|
|Band length||Women's Standard|
|Band width||16 millimeters|
|Dial color||Black dial with white hands and arabic numerals|
|Water resistant depth||100 Meters|
Top Customer Reviews
I've only had this one for a month, but it seems much more solid than the other watches I've had trouble with. The price was also significantly cheaper on Amazon than any similar Swiss Army watches I could find elsewhere. One thing that I particularly appreciate is that it doesn't tick loudly as can be the case with some Timex Expedition watches. Also, this watch is a little larger than the other women's watches I have had, so it suits me, a small wristed fellow, quite well.
However, what I discovered is that I will have to not only pay shipping and handling from and to Switzerland for the watch but also have to wait 2 months before I would receive it again. This is assuming that the warranty covers the damage that has occurred on the watch. I was hoping that Amazon would replace it or pay the shipping and handling but I haven't heard from them yet. I don't understand why it stopped working--I used to clean it every morning and never wore it when I was partaking in tiresome or dangerous tasks. I can only conclude that it was a defective product.
I will update this review when and if I am compensated or have my watch repaired
Update: After much conversation with Amazon.com and Swiss Army, I realized that they would not help me. Luckily amazon directed me to the seller, TimeZone123. TimeZone123, although at first claiming that it was not their fault (and that I should go contact Swiss Army) eventually did help me. They repaired it at no charge except for shipping and handling. I believe the problem was that the battery had died.
I originally purchased this watch in favor of others in a similar price range (less than $50) because of the watch's aesthetic: it has a small face (for a men's watch, at least), it is analog (although it is quartz-based, not mechanical) and it has a fairly thin leather strap.
As those versed in formal-wear will attest, the above qualities make this watch perfect for the young and frugal worker.
The watch's battery lasted me for about a year. The 362-sized watch battery (available for purchase from Amazon) as an easy replacement, and only required that I use a set of nose pliers to twist off the back casing.
Two years later, the watch is running fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great watch, Had it for many years, put on a new band, put in new batteries. Going strong.Published 13 months ago by Mary J. Anderson