Full-Blooded Black Skull Watch is primarily designed for younger generations, as well for those who feel young. If you are the one with a rebellious spirit, then this youthful timepiece is a perfect choice for you.
With nearly 30 years of existence and experience behind it, the house of Swatch has been specialized in producing trendy and affordable timepieces, which proved that its target group is younger population. This timekeeper from the Irony Diaphane family boasts a black case, made of a high-grade plastic that has the diameter of 43 mm and the thickness of 13 mm. Its round case incorporates a fixed bezel crafted from aluminium, as well as a crown and two chronograph push buttons which are slightly smaller than the crown.
The watch is secured to the wrist with a black aluminium bracelet, terminating in a folding clasp with a safety clamp and engraved brand’s logo.
This youthful timepiece is powered by a precise and reliable, Swiss made ETA quartz movement that provides the full complement of hours, minutes, central seconds, as well as a date function and chronograph functions. The case is constructed to insure water-resistance to 30 meters (100 feet).
The Black Dial with a Skull Theme
This men’s watch from the 2011 Summer Collection has a modern, black dial and one of the coolest touches on the dial, in my opinion, is a silver skull silhouette. The skull theme might not be that spooky, but it is certainly undeniably stylish. The hour and minute hands are fully polished and skeletonized, and they come in silver color – the same color that has been used for the thin second hand and sub-dial hands. Its sleek dial includes three sub-dials for measuring 1/10 of a second, 60 seconds and 60 minutes. These chronograph counters are symmetrically set at two, six and ten o’clock positions. The dial also comprises white indices and Arabic numerals, set on sub-dials, as well as a black-on-white date window situated between eight and nine o’clock positions. Full-Blooded Black Skull Watch has the referent number SVCF4001AG and it can be purchased for approximately $170.
The Swiss manufacturer, Swatch, is one of the most popular names in the watch making industry and probably equally famous as Rolex or Seiko, for example. Primarily, Swatch was intended to re-capture entry level market share lost by Swiss watchmakers during the aggressive growth of Japanese manufacturers, as well as to re-popularize analog watches at the time when digital timepieces had achieved wide popularity.