- Product Dimensions: 15 x 15 x 15 cm ; 249 g
- 1 LR44 batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: KC3828
- ASIN: B001EWEL7G
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 29 March 2012
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62,373 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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- Dial Color: Grey, Case Shape: Round, Dial Glass material: Mineral
- Band Color: Silver, Band Material: Stainless Steel
- Watch Movement Type: Automatic, Watch Display Type: Analog
- Case Material: Stainless Steel, Case Diameter: 42 millimeters, Stainless Steel Bezel
- Water Resistance Depth: 99 meters, Fold Over Clasp
- 2 Years International Warranty
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|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band Width||21.5 Millimeters|
|Bezel Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Diameter||43 Millimeters|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Thickness||12.2 Millimeters|
|Item Weight||249 Grams|
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer Warranty|
|Water Resistance Depth||99 Meters|
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The hip Kenneth Cole New York Men's Automatic Gunmetal IP Bracelet Watch is designed with a unique dial window that allows you to see the inner workings of your timepiece. This hip watch is constructed with a stainless steel case, a stationary stainless steel bezel and a stainless steel link bracelet with a secure fold-over clasp. A strong mineral window protects the gear-filled dial, which is encircled by silver-tone Roman numeral hour markers offset by a black background. Powered by a Japanese-automatic movement, this timepiece is water resistant to 99 feet.
The Kenneth Cole New York Story
Fashion Designer Kenneth Cole founded his company, Kenneth Cole Productions, with the debut of a ladies footwear collection in December of 1982. Today, the company manufactures internationally and distributes men's and women's footwear, accessories and clothing under the Kenneth Cole, Reaction and unlisted.com labels, as well as offering over 30 product categories. The most recent addition being the Kenneth Cole Women's Collection due to debut for fall 2000.
Kenneth Cole retail stores have expanded throughout the United States and abroad in Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. The Kenneth Cole Catalog mails to over 3 million consumers a year and the award-winning Kenneth Cole and Reaction websites receive thousands of hits per day. Kenneth Cole's marketing savvy has earned the Company a renown image as a forerunner of fashion and trends. His controversial advertising campaign has garnered worldwide attention for its humor and social consciousness. In 1985, Kenneth Cole was the first member of the fashion community to take a public stand in the fight against AIDS. Since then, he has continued to support the global fight through both personal and corporate initiatives including the dedication of an ongoing portion of marketing budget to public awareness initiatives. Cole continues to serve as a National Board Member of both AmFAR: The American Foundation for AIDS Research since 1985 and the help U.S.A. Homeless project since its inception in 1987.
Kenneth Cole has been recognized for his design and business talents as well as for his philanthropic involvement. The Creative Coalition honored Kenneth with their Spotlight Award for dedication to increasing public awareness; Amnesty International honored Kenneth Cole with their 1998 Media Spotlight Award. Kenneth was simultaneously chosen as Humanitarian of the Year by Divine Design and the CFDA presented their Award for Humanitarian Excellence to Kenneth Cole in 1996. Kenneth Cole has been awarded the Extraordinary Voice Award by Mother's Voices for his continued efforts in AIDS awareness. Cole was recipient of the Council on Foundations 1996 Humanitarian Leadership award. Kenneth Cole has received the footwear industry's highest honor as Footwear news Person of The Year". Fashion Footwear Association of New York (FFANY) honored Kenneth Cole with The Fashion medal of honor award at their 1997 Gala.
Every year since Kenneth Cole productions went public in June of 1994, Kenneth Cole productions has been on Forbes annual list of the world's 200 best small Companies in America. In addition, each year as a public company, Kenneth Cole Productions is named on Business Week's list of Top Hot Growth Companies.
Kenneth Cole Productions continues to declare "What you stand for is more important than what you stand in" and "To be aware is more important than what you wear."
Known mainly for its shoes, Kenneth Cole Productions also makes stylish clothing and accessories under three brands: Kenneth Cole New York, Reaction Kenneth Cole and Unlisted. It also licenses the name to products such as hosiery, luggage, watches and eyewear. Kenneth Cole continues to expand, adding new, children and men's fragrance. More than 4,500 department and specialty stores carry its products. Kenneth Cole also operates about 80 retail and outlet stores, a catalog and a Web site. CEO Kenneth Cole owns 45percent of the company and controls almost all of the voting rights.
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I am kind of rough on watches, but this has taken the abuse. There are times that I will wear it continuously (24 hrs a day) for three or four days at a time. Exercise, heat, cold, etc., and it still looks great. It still runs a little fast, but I haven't done anything about it because I don't want anybody screwing it up. I just reset it about every three or four days. I will sometimes forget to wear it for a couple of days and it seems to take about 48 hours to completely run down.
BTW: This is actually my second one of these. The first fogged up as soon as I put it on my wrist. I sent it back and got another one, which is the one I still have that is still not foggy. I even wear this in the hot tub several times a week and it is not foggy. So, if you get a foggy one, send it back and get a replacement.
The original review: I really like this watch. Here are some things you might want to know if you are considering it.
First: It is really good looking. This watch looks great with a jeans and a t-shirt or with a three piece suit. The two customer images are the best representation. For some reason, the others have the crystal looking grey, which it is not: It is clear.
The attention to detail is nice: The gunmetal on the two outside bands of the watchband matches the outside body of the watch, while the shinier middle band matches the bezel. There is a definite contrast between the two metals, but they go together very well. From some of the pictures, I was concerned that the name brand would be prominent--actually you have to look closely to see it.
It is cool to be able to see the inside of the watch in action. Most of the parts are stainless steel, but a couple are copper colored for contrast. Some of the jewels that can be seen from the back are blue-green. From the back, you can watch the part that winds the watch (yeah, probably called the winder).
The hands are clearly different lengths so it is easy to tell the time (especially for those of us who have used only digital for a long time). The hands are luminescent, but they aren't really very bright in the dark and seem to fade soon.
The description says it has a Japanese movement, but the labels on the watch say it was made in China. I assume that like everything else these days, the parts actually come from all over the world. In any case, it keeps time very accurately. The winding mechanism lasts at least a couple of days, so if you wear it regularly, you won't have to worry about resetting it.
The band is really long--I have fairly large wrists (not huge), so I had two links removed at a local jeweler (for $7.00). While I was there, I looked at their watches and there was nothing this cool looking. The watch is just the right size for my wrist and sits flat on it. The band is comfortable and secure.
This is just a time piece: It does not keep track of the day, date, appointments, golf scores, etc. However, that makes it a lot easier to set if you need to.
It does keep the time beautifully, though.
He has gotten sooooo many compliments on it... one of my girlfriends pulled me aside and begged me to tell her where I bought it, because it was the perfect "man-gift". Our vet stopped mid sentence to say "that is the neatest watch I've ever seen". Most of our male friends want to know where they can get this watch for themselves; most of our female friends want to know where they can get this watch to give it to their husbands/boyfriends.
If you're quirky, technical, and the type of person that appreciates precision and "how things work" (e.g. architect... engineer... etc) this is a fabulous "statement" piece.
A few negatives... this watch doesn't have a large engraving area, so if you're getting it for a birthday/anniversary gift, that's a slight negative. You can wind the watch by hand if you don't wear it every day, but it needs a bit of movement to keep going. Lastly, there is no indicator of how much "juice" the watch has. I have a women's citizen ecodrive, and it starts ticking every 2 seconds when it really needs to be charged up.
The negatives don't detract from the watch... I know he loves this piece more than a normal engraved watch, and he wears it every day, so the "charging" issues are really not that bad. But for some, they might matter.