thatsmisslexitoyou - 3 years ago
This watch was close, but no cigar. Watch design is sleek and unobtrusive. It's very light so A+ for comfort. The display is excellent, very straightforward, no unnecessary bells and whistles. The time is clear and the day and date are large enough so you don't have to squint. But the good times stop there. First off, why make a clean display and then have a light that is a bulb on the side and not indiglo illumination? It doesn't make sense. I want a display that is clear in the day AND night. Secondly, for a woman's watch, the band is EXTREMELY long. Granted I have on the smaller side wrists, but I hate hate hate when the band extends up and around past the face of the watch. I didn't even have it tightened close to the tightest spot and the tip of the band was already staring me back in the face. Sure, I could cut off a good inch off the band, but I don't think I should have to do that. Lastly, why watch designers, would you put buttons that are completely flush to the hard plastic and also make them difficult to press. It's fine if I'm holding the watch, I can angle my fingers to press the tiny buttons, but as soon as I put it on, it's basically like, good luck turning the light on or checking the stopwatch. It baffles me why they would design it that way. Sure it gives the appearance a smoother and cleaner appeal, but what's the point if I can't press the buttons?