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Skagen Titanium Multifunction 809XLTBN Model: 809XLTBN
US$ 145 from US$ 145 to US$ 195 Brand new! This watch brand was inspired by a quaint seaside village in Denmark! Skagen was founded in 1989. The magnificent inspiration provided by natural elements is apparent in the lines and colors of the watches. There is a lot of simplicity in the design of the watches. There is a wide range of choices as well. From classic and minimalist lines to fashionable timepieces to sophisticated style, Skagen can indeed offer you all this and more. This Danish brand prides itself on creating watches which are meticulously crafted. Probably this is one of the biggest reasons why it has become a global brand. Isn’t it so ordinary to stick with a watch that is capable of giving you just one function? When you are an individual who is constantly seeking more out of life, then you must adopt the multi-tasking approach to life and that is possible with the Multifunction series from Skagen. All of it is packaged in some extremely good looks too!
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San Pedro, United States.
SPECIFICATIONS
  • MALE
  • 30M
  • Day/Date
  • CASE SIZE
    40mm
  • Analog Quartz
CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Average Review
14  reviews
10 Positive reviews out of 14
Average rating: 3, based on 14 reviews
30 Aug 2014
Review By: W. S. Slayton
A heads up on the bands of these #34;titanium#34; watches...They're beautiful.However, as far as these watches go, beauty is only skin deep. I was fooled be the #34;titanium#34; description. I thought it was a mesh titanium band and titanium case. It's not. It's an anodized titanium finish. Microscopically thin.I rarely remove my watches. I'll swap them out if they don't match something I'm wearing, and leave it on until that one doesn't match something. You can't do that with these. They will NOT stand up to ANY sort of abuse. That mesh bracelet will catch on the edge of something eventually, and you'll have a tiny, stiff wire poking off of it. Soon, it'll be 5 tiny wires, and the band will look like carpet unraveling, with a divot in the side. It happened to both of mine, and I'm not that hard on my things. The finish will also wear off. They aren't expensive watches, so it's probably worth considering if you want one to wear occasionally. If you're like me, though, and don't like to worry whether your stuff is going to break under constant use, I'd probably choose something else.With the prices on Skagen watches doubling or sometimes tripling on Amazon since the beginning of 2014, I can no longer recommend buying one at these silly prices. Skagen quality simply doesn't justify (approaching) Movado prices.
30 Aug 2014W. S. SlaytonA heads up on the bands of these #34;titanium#34; watches...They're beautiful.However, as far as these watches go, beauty is only skin deep. I was fooled be the #34;titanium#34; description. I thought it was a mesh titanium band and titanium case. It's not. It's an anodized titanium finish. Microscopically thin.I rarely remove my watches. I'll swap them out if they don't match something I'm wearing, and leave it on until that one doesn't match something. You can't do that with these. They will NOT stand up to ANY sort of abuse. That mesh bracelet will catch on the edge of something eventually, and you'll have a tiny, stiff wire poking off of it. Soon, it'll be 5 tiny wires, and the band will look like carpet unraveling, with a divot in the side. It happened to both of mine, and I'm not that hard on my things. The finish will also wear off. They aren't expensive watches, so it's probably worth considering if you want one to wear occasionally. If you're like me, though, and don't like to worry whether your stuff is going to break under constant use, I'd probably choose something else.With the prices on Skagen watches doubling or sometimes tripling on Amazon since the beginning of 2014, I can no longer recommend buying one at these silly prices. Skagen quality simply doesn't justify (approaching) Movado prices.
04 Apr 2014
Review By: Pascu - Bucharest, Romania
Yes, the product is as described.
04 Apr 2014Pascu - Bucharest, RomaniaYes, the product is as described.
25 Mar 2014
Review By: J. Giles
First, have had the watch for a week and absolutely love it. Lay's great on the wrist , is not too heavy and is a wonderful add to your collection as it is not too heavy and not extremely large like so many of today's styles. This one will stand the test of time.Things to NOTE :1) Understand this stock photo. Colors here are extremely vibrant, the actual #34;blue#34; of the face is not this light. Is a darker blue in almost ALL lighting settings. Unless you have it in direct extreme lighting, the blue you experience will be several shades darker. Still a beautiful watch, but note it will not look on your wrist like it does here.2) Clasp is hella tough to adjust. will take a small screwdriver applying leverage to tighten the main sizing clasp on this watch. I could not do with my bare hands and had to take to a watch shop who used small screwdriver.Once set though, it sticks, trust that. You will be frustrated trying to do with your fingers, so get a very small (eyeglass maybe) screwdriver and apply gentle pressure forward in fastening the lever to lock in place.Still love the watch and at #60;$100 is phenomenal buy.
25 Mar 2014J. GilesFirst, have had the watch for a week and absolutely love it. Lay's great on the wrist , is not too heavy and is a wonderful add to your collection as it is not too heavy and not extremely large like so many of today's styles. This one will stand the test of time.Things to NOTE :1) Understand this stock photo. Colors here are extremely vibrant, the actual #34;blue#34; of the face is not this light. Is a darker blue in almost ALL lighting settings. Unless you have it in direct extreme lighting, the blue you experience will be several shades darker. Still a beautiful watch, but note it will not look on your wrist like it does here.2) Clasp is hella tough to adjust. will take a small screwdriver applying leverage to tighten the main sizing clasp on this watch. I could not do with my bare hands and had to take to a watch shop who used small screwdriver.Once set though, it sticks, trust that. You will be frustrated trying to do with your fingers, so get a very small (eyeglass maybe) screwdriver and apply gentle pressure forward in fastening the lever to lock in place.Still love the watch and at #60;$100 is phenomenal buy.
23 Feb 2014
Review By: Chen Lee
the watch is very nice, slim, looks great but it was supposed to have a blue face and the one that was sent has a gray face. I could send it back and try and get the right watch but I like this one and don't want to go through the risk and hassle of a return. Just wish the one i ordered was the one sent.
23 Feb 2014Chen Leethe watch is very nice, slim, looks great but it was supposed to have a blue face and the one that was sent has a gray face. I could send it back and try and get the right watch but I like this one and don't want to go through the risk and hassle of a return. Just wish the one i ordered was the one sent.
11 Feb 2014
Review By: Steve
Great - thanks!
11 Feb 2014SteveGreat - thanks!
13 Oct 2013
Review By: Miiky - SOUTH MELBOURNE, Australia
fast delivery
13 Oct 2013Miiky - SOUTH MELBOURNE, Australiafast delivery
09 Oct 2013
Review By: Omry - Petah-Tiqva, Israel
Great experience, nothing more to add
09 Oct 2013Omry - Petah-Tiqva, IsraelGreat experience, nothing more to add
5 May 2013
Review By: Gabby212
I bought a watch from Mr. Watch for my fianceacute;'s 30th birthday. This seller claims there is a two year warranty on the watch listing. Two days after my fianceacute; receives the watch, he notices a strange pressure point in the crystal. Later that day, the entire surface split in half. My fianceacute; went to the main Skagen website to further investigate. According to the manufacturer, this is a factory defect and the watch must be returned. However, after contacting the seller Mr. Watch, my fianceacute; was told that his purchase was not fixable and not refundable, even under the seller's warranty. Now I am out 163.00 and my fianceacute; has a watch that is unsafe to wear. NEVER TRUST OR BUY FROM THIS SELLER! MR. WATCH IS A FRAUD AND WILL SELL YOU A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT!
5 May 2013Gabby212I bought a watch from Mr. Watch for my fianceacute;'s 30th birthday. This seller claims there is a two year warranty on the watch listing. Two days after my fianceacute; receives the watch, he notices a strange pressure point in the crystal. Later that day, the entire surface split in half. My fianceacute; went to the main Skagen website to further investigate. According to the manufacturer, this is a factory defect and the watch must be returned. However, after contacting the seller Mr. Watch, my fianceacute; was told that his purchase was not fixable and not refundable, even under the seller's warranty. Now I am out 163.00 and my fianceacute; has a watch that is unsafe to wear. NEVER TRUST OR BUY FROM THIS SELLER! MR. WATCH IS A FRAUD AND WILL SELL YOU A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT!
11 Jan 2013
Review By: William G. McQuaig William G. McQuaig
First and foremost, this watch is beautiful. In my opinion, it is even better looking than the great photos shown here. I receive comments on this watch all the time. It feels wonderful on my wrist, as does my other Skagen watch. Of course, that means you barely even notice it, unlike most other watches. It's lightweight, but not cheap feeling. The amazing slim design is terrific and it fits under my dress shirt sleeve cuffs better than any watch I've owned.Now, the downside, which for me is significant but may not be for people with younger eyes and perfect vision. The time is actually kind of hard to read. The hands, both hour and minute, are long enough that they almost touch the time markings around the face. Technically, I guess the time markings are what are too long. They match the hands too closely, so that when the hands are on, or very close to the markings, it's really difficult to tell the time, because it prevents you from being able to distinguish the hour and minute hands.Secondly in this regard, the date is impossible to read. Even with my reading glasses on (and I can read anything else I need to with them on) I simply can't read the date. It's just too small, and I think it's a flaw that should be corrected in future models. Even my kids have trouble seeing the date.If those two things were fixed, this watch would be nearly perfect. Overall, it's still wonderful and great looking. For those with better vision, you will probably not have the same quibbles as me.
11 Jan 2013William G. McQuaig William G. McQuaigFirst and foremost, this watch is beautiful. In my opinion, it is even better looking than the great photos shown here. I receive comments on this watch all the time. It feels wonderful on my wrist, as does my other Skagen watch. Of course, that means you barely even notice it, unlike most other watches. It's lightweight, but not cheap feeling. The amazing slim design is terrific and it fits under my dress shirt sleeve cuffs better than any watch I've owned.Now, the downside, which for me is significant but may not be for people with younger eyes and perfect vision. The time is actually kind of hard to read. The hands, both hour and minute, are long enough that they almost touch the time markings around the face. Technically, I guess the time markings are what are too long. They match the hands too closely, so that when the hands are on, or very close to the markings, it's really difficult to tell the time, because it prevents you from being able to distinguish the hour and minute hands.Secondly in this regard, the date is impossible to read. Even with my reading glasses on (and I can read anything else I need to with them on) I simply can't read the date. It's just too small, and I think it's a flaw that should be corrected in future models. Even my kids have trouble seeing the date.If those two things were fixed, this watch would be nearly perfect. Overall, it's still wonderful and great looking. For those with better vision, you will probably not have the same quibbles as me.
10 Jan 2013
Review By: Time Lord
This watch came about less than 2 days to my front door. Still had tag which worth $195 but I paid less than $100 on Amazon.com. Like everybody wrote, it's beautiful and elegant watch. It's light and easy on the wrist. This watch is upto 30 meter waterproof, has 24hr time, date, day, and adjustable mesh strap. It does look like one of those $3000 watches that do the same thing. I believe this is a dress watch but I use it everyday with no problem. Buy this watch and you won't regret it!
10 Jan 2013Time LordThis watch came about less than 2 days to my front door. Still had tag which worth $195 but I paid less than $100 on Amazon.com. Like everybody wrote, it's beautiful and elegant watch. It's light and easy on the wrist. This watch is upto 30 meter waterproof, has 24hr time, date, day, and adjustable mesh strap. It does look like one of those $3000 watches that do the same thing. I believe this is a dress watch but I use it everyday with no problem. Buy this watch and you won't regret it!
29 Jun 2012
Review By: Spiritech
Well I'll start with the good things, it has a large easy to read dial, which has a brilliant blue finish which is far better in person than in a photograph. It's a very light and thin watch for it's size. The clasp is VERY secure, three separate movements to close and open it. The movement is as accurate as you can expect a quartz watch to be, the hack function is a welcome addition that you don't often see on watches outside of larger brands. The watch and band are beautiful, and easy to match to clothing, but one could say that about black and blue with any mens watches.br /br /Now, the things I don't enjoy. The lume is very weak, this watch is almost impossible to read at night, even when it's spent an average day on the wrist working outdoors it has almost no lume at all. The band, which is one of the main selling points is comfortable, but could be better if it could bend more. I have small wrists and have most watch bands replaced, new holes punched or otherwise modified...
29 Jun 2012SpiritechWell I'll start with the good things, it has a large easy to read dial, which has a brilliant blue finish which is far better in person than in a photograph. It's a very light and thin watch for it's size. The clasp is VERY secure, three separate movements to close and open it. The movement is as accurate as you can expect a quartz watch to be, the hack function is a welcome addition that you don't often see on watches outside of larger brands. The watch and band are beautiful, and easy to match to clothing, but one could say that about black and blue with any mens watches.br /br /Now, the things I don't enjoy. The lume is very weak, this watch is almost impossible to read at night, even when it's spent an average day on the wrist working outdoors it has almost no lume at all. The band, which is one of the main selling points is comfortable, but could be better if it could bend more. I have small wrists and have most watch bands replaced, new holes punched or otherwise modified...
23 Nov 2011
Review By: Bart J. Schuck
Update 1/4/2013: I've had the watch for nearly 14 months now. I was concerned when I read one poster's comment that the face cracked--that he woke up one morning and found it that way. Well, my watch has been through one cold winter, a hot, 3-digit heat-spell days (101 - 104 degrees Fahrenheit) and now a 2nd winter (below freezing). It has been accidentally knocked against my car and other hard objects. No damage whatsoever. My older Skagen that I've had for 10 year or more has also endured the same treatment and is working just fine. So the poster may have just gotten a bad watch but it is the exception not the norm. It has kept perfect time. After having it for so long now, the only feature that bugs me is when I have to reset the date (months shorter than 31 days). Twice now I've accidentally gone two days forward. Since there is no going backwards, that can be a bother. Also, within the past year or so my eye-sight seems to be getting worse and using this for anything but telling time is a challenge. Still, that is not the fault of the watch. I still am very happy with it.Original post: The watch-face was a bit bigger than I anticipated. My wife bought me my first Skagen at Costco as an anniversary present over a decade ago. The reason I love Skagen is that the watch is very thin and doesn't get caught-up in my clothing (shirt, sweater, coat) when dressing undressing (Yeah, I know... why don't I just take it off before that? Well, just because I've fallen into a habit and just plain don't.)The only thing my first watch lacked was a date feature. This watch offers that. Even though I have an Android phone that is always with me, it is not easy to see the time when outside and it is always awkward to have to stop to grab my phone just for the time. Wearing and referencing a watch is just easier.With my first watch, I only had to replace the battery once a few years ago. It keeps perfect time.If you look at the customer-uploaded pics, you'll see me wearing both the new old watches together. As you can tell, I have a small frame so the new (blue, round-faced) watch looks very large on me.
23 Nov 2011Bart J. SchuckUpdate 1/4/2013: I've had the watch for nearly 14 months now. I was concerned when I read one poster's comment that the face cracked--that he woke up one morning and found it that way. Well, my watch has been through one cold winter, a hot, 3-digit heat-spell days (101 - 104 degrees Fahrenheit) and now a 2nd winter (below freezing). It has been accidentally knocked against my car and other hard objects. No damage whatsoever. My older Skagen that I've had for 10 year or more has also endured the same treatment and is working just fine. So the poster may have just gotten a bad watch but it is the exception not the norm. It has kept perfect time. After having it for so long now, the only feature that bugs me is when I have to reset the date (months shorter than 31 days). Twice now I've accidentally gone two days forward. Since there is no going backwards, that can be a bother. Also, within the past year or so my eye-sight seems to be getting worse and using this for anything but telling time is a challenge. Still, that is not the fault of the watch. I still am very happy with it.Original post: The watch-face was a bit bigger than I anticipated. My wife bought me my first Skagen at Costco as an anniversary present over a decade ago. The reason I love Skagen is that the watch is very thin and doesn't get caught-up in my clothing (shirt, sweater, coat) when dressing undressing (Yeah, I know... why don't I just take it off before that? Well, just because I've fallen into a habit and just plain don't.)The only thing my first watch lacked was a date feature. This watch offers that. Even though I have an Android phone that is always with me, it is not easy to see the time when outside and it is always awkward to have to stop to grab my phone just for the time. Wearing and referencing a watch is just easier.With my first watch, I only had to replace the battery once a few years ago. It keeps perfect time.If you look at the customer-uploaded pics, you'll see me wearing both the new old watches together. As you can tell, I have a small frame so the new (blue, round-faced) watch looks very large on me.
15 Oct 2011
Review By: Santiago Luzuriaga G.
Just received it today. Very Satisfied! Wacht looks much better than in pictures! The blue dial is great! A metalized blue! Very elegant!
15 Oct 2011Santiago Luzuriaga G.Just received it today. Very Satisfied! Wacht looks much better than in pictures! The blue dial is great! A metalized blue! Very elegant!
14 Oct 2011
Review By: Vikram Natarajan vikram
Very stylish and blends well with all of my clothing. It has European style written all over it. Its simplistic in design and works well so far.
14 Oct 2011Vikram Natarajan vikramVery stylish and blends well with all of my clothing. It has European style written all over it. Its simplistic in design and works well so far.
30 Aug 2014
Review By: W. S. Slayton
A heads up on the bands of these #34;titanium#34; watches...They're beautiful.However, as far as these watches go, beauty is only skin deep. I was fooled be the #34;titanium#34; description. I thought it was a mesh titanium band and titanium case. It's not. It's an anodized titanium finish. Microscopically thin.I rarely remove my watches. I'll swap them out if they don't match something I'm wearing, and leave it on until that one doesn't match something. You can't do that with these. They will NOT stand up to ANY sort of abuse. That mesh bracelet will catch on the edge of something eventually, and you'll have a tiny, stiff wire poking off of it. Soon, it'll be 5 tiny wires, and the band will look like carpet unraveling, with a divot in the side. It happened to both of mine, and I'm not that hard on my things. The finish will also wear off. They aren't expensive watches, so it's probably worth considering if you want one to wear occasionally. If you're like me, though, and don't like to worry whether your stuff is going to break under constant use, I'd probably choose something else.With the prices on Skagen watches doubling or sometimes tripling on Amazon since the beginning of 2014, I can no longer recommend buying one at these silly prices. Skagen quality simply doesn't justify (approaching) Movado prices.
04 Apr 2014
Review By: Pascu - Bucharest, Romania
Yes, the product is as described.
25 Mar 2014
Review By: J. Giles
First, have had the watch for a week and absolutely love it. Lay's great on the wrist , is not too heavy and is a wonderful add to your collection as it is not too heavy and not extremely large like so many of today's styles. This one will stand the test of time.Things to NOTE :1) Understand this stock photo. Colors here are extremely vibrant, the actual #34;blue#34; of the face is not this light. Is a darker blue in almost ALL lighting settings. Unless you have it in direct extreme lighting, the blue you experience will be several shades darker. Still a beautiful watch, but note it will not look on your wrist like it does here.2) Clasp is hella tough to adjust. will take a small screwdriver applying leverage to tighten the main sizing clasp on this watch. I could not do with my bare hands and had to take to a watch shop who used small screwdriver.Once set though, it sticks, trust that. You will be frustrated trying to do with your fingers, so get a very small (eyeglass maybe) screwdriver and apply gentle pressure forward in fastening the lever to lock in place.Still love the watch and at #60;$100 is phenomenal buy.
 
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