Swan and Edgar watches review: Edgar and Swan’s London watch packaging was not the most visible. Your attention is gripped when you open the square box. The watch’s dial is awesome. Much has happened and the eye catches very much. The moon phase function was the feature that stood out most for us. The Rose Gold on the white surface makes the glow and you just want to put your watch on your handle. For the minute counter, the first index is. It’s in a simple black number and it is sufficiently big to read. Between the five-minute intervals, there are also bars. Even if the first index is not as aesthetic as the second index, its functionality is more important.
The wristband is very good. He is strong and not too rattley when you close the butterfly deployer with a satisfying click. The mid and end links are all strong – much better than the bracelets you tend to find in this price range for watches. Overall, the Swan & Edgar World Timer impressed me.
I expected a much more fashionable look from the renders on the website of the brand, but I have been pleasantly surprised to receive a solid-motion watch that looks good and oozes build quality. You’ll get a lot of attention to your money when you go beyond the sheer dimension and don’t mind wearing an homage to the Omega Speedmaster.