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funky Kenneth Cole watch review #1

G. Kenneth Cole 2010 $95
strikingly simple watch. The watch face is comprised entirely of LCD. The hour is represented by the slash. The minutes are shown in the lower right corner. It may be difficult figuring out what hour it is with this watch.

That metal band looks really wide. This watch may fall into the “brick factor” where it looks like I’m wearing a huge brick on my wrist. However, big bonus points are awarded for the innovative means of displaying time in a minimalist manner.

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Matt Maldre
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have you tried this watch on your wrist? I saw it in the case and it looks REALLY SHARP. You want compliments on your watch, get this one, FOR SURE.

Matt Maldre
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I saw it at the Kenneth Cole store on Michigan Ave downtown. It’s almost across the street from Tribune Tower.

I have a watch that is kinda hard to tell the hour, but you know what? I don’t care, cuz it’s cool. So it takes me an extra two second to tell the time. It’s well worth it.

Tom Saaristo
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Tom Saaristo

Again, it’s all about how the watch looks for me. This watch is EXTREMELY cool!

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Tom Saaristo

I will say though that I’m not a fan of the metal bracelet, but only because it rips at the hair on my arm/wrist/hand

Tom Saaristo
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Tom Saaristo

I wish this had an original leather band. I would buy this

Tom Saaristo
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Tom Saaristo

+STUNNED+ I love it

Kristina J.
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Kristina J.

i’m amazed at the numerous responses 3 MEN can generate regarding a watch.

city-boys!!

Matt Maldre
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We are just smart men who know style. 🙂

Tom Saaristo
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Tom Saaristo

What a pity