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Fossil Nate Twist ME1133 Model: ME1133
US$ 170 from US$ 170 to US$ 225 Brand new! Shop for Fossil ME1133 Authentic Men's Wrist-watch with Quartz Movement, Stainless Steel Case, Non Screw Down Crown and Black Dial at discounted price with free worldwide shipping
SPECIFICATIONS
  • MALE
  • 50M
  • CASE SIZE
    46mm
  • Analog Quartz
CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Average Review
3  reviews
3 Positive reviews out of 3
Average rating: 4, based on 3 reviews
13 May 2014
Review by: Clarissa Salazar
I bought this watch as a present for my father, and he loves it. It's the exact same model I was going to purchase in the store, with a smaller price tag. Win!
13 May 2014Clarissa SalazarI bought this watch as a present for my father, and he loves it. It's the exact same model I was going to purchase in the store, with a smaller price tag. Win!
4 Dec 2013
Review by: Sarah White
My husband loves it, though after about eight or nine months of daily wear it has started to scratch a little.
4 Dec 2013Sarah WhiteMy husband loves it, though after about eight or nine months of daily wear it has started to scratch a little.
25 Jul 2013
Review by: David S
I've had it for a long while now. Unfortunately a few weeks ago the second hand mechanism broke, and I could hear a piece of something had snapped off inside of the watch itself. It was still covered under warranty by the manufacturer (fossil), and so I shipped it off to their repair center and had it back within a couple of weeks intact and usable again. Really an excellent, eye-catching watch, and I'm glad I bought it.br /br /One cool feature that I was unaware of before purchasing this watch is that the second hand is not powered by the battery at all, but rather by a coiled spring wound by the motion of your wrist throughout the day. I was concerned when I got the watch and the second hand mechanism wasn't moving, but after wearing it for a while once I had determined the main movement functioned I discovered the second hand had started up. Even if your battery dies, you still have a cool looking timepiece on your wrist and you can still use it to track the seconds...
25 Jul 2013David SI've had it for a long while now. Unfortunately a few weeks ago the second hand mechanism broke, and I could hear a piece of something had snapped off inside of the watch itself. It was still covered under warranty by the manufacturer (fossil), and so I shipped it off to their repair center and had it back within a couple of weeks intact and usable again. Really an excellent, eye-catching watch, and I'm glad I bought it.br /br /One cool feature that I was unaware of before purchasing this watch is that the second hand is not powered by the battery at all, but rather by a coiled spring wound by the motion of your wrist throughout the day. I was concerned when I got the watch and the second hand mechanism wasn't moving, but after wearing it for a while once I had determined the main movement functioned I discovered the second hand had started up. Even if your battery dies, you still have a cool looking timepiece on your wrist and you can still use it to track the seconds...
13 May 2014
Review by: Clarissa Salazar
I bought this watch as a present for my father, and he loves it. It's the exact same model I was going to purchase in the store, with a smaller price tag. Win!
4 Dec 2013
Review by: Sarah White
My husband loves it, though after about eight or nine months of daily wear it has started to scratch a little.
25 Jul 2013
Review by: David S
I've had it for a long while now. Unfortunately a few weeks ago the second hand mechanism broke, and I could hear a piece of something had snapped off inside of the watch itself. It was still covered under warranty by the manufacturer (fossil), and so I shipped it off to their repair center and had it back within a couple of weeks intact and usable again. Really an excellent, eye-catching watch, and I'm glad I bought it.br /br /One cool feature that I was unaware of before purchasing this watch is that the second hand is not powered by the battery at all, but rather by a coiled spring wound by the motion of your wrist throughout the day. I was concerned when I got the watch and the second hand mechanism wasn't moving, but after wearing it for a while once I had determined the main movement functioned I discovered the second hand had started up. Even if your battery dies, you still have a cool looking timepiece on your wrist and you can still use it to track the seconds...
 
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