14 May 2010

Review: Movado Men’s Esperanza 606280 Watch

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Museum and flash

The Movado Esperanza 606280 Men’s Watch provides plenty of bling in one of the more classy packages ever designed for a time piece. Its classic “Museum Watch” style gives this piece the timeless elegance that Movado is known for while its diamond-ringed stationary bezel ups the ante on an already upper echelon wrist watch. It’s look is a combination of the understated museum watch and the sparkle of diamond.

The Esperanza 606280 includes a scratch resistant diamond sapphire dial window, a stainless steel vertical linked bracelet and stainless steel body case and jewelry style clasp. The case diameter is 1.5 inches and the thickness is less than a quarter inch, while the wrist band width is slightly less than a half inch. This men’s watch’s face is black and completely blank, save for the steel hands and the iconic Movado high noon dot. This display of minimalism is largely what gives the time piece its style, and on this particular watch, it is highlighted by a diamond encrusted stationary bezel. The movement on the Esperanza is Swiss Quartz and the watch is water resistant up to 99 feet.

The Esperanza 606280 Men’s Watch retails for $4995. It has the Movado manufacturer limited two-year warranty and is available at authorized Movado sellers.

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