Swan and Edgar watches review:The Swan and Edgar London watch’s packaging was not particularly appealing. However, once you open the square box, your interest is piqued. The watch’s dial is stunning. There’s a lot going on, and it’s very appealing. The moon phase function was the feature that stood out the most to us. The rose gold against the white background makes the watch glisten and make you want to put it on your wrist. The minute counter is represented by the first index. It is written in plain black numerals that are large enough to read. In addition, there are bars between the 5 minute intervals. Even though the first index is not as visually appealing as the second, it is more functional.
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.