Yep I’ve got another watch review and this one has me sort of baffled as it has a feature I’ve never seen before and have no idea how it works. The watch has five numbered boxes supposedly for weeks but there is nothing in the directions about it and how to set it. The watch is made of zinc and stainless steel and it’s waterproof up to or actually down to 30 meters which means you can swim or shower with it and be fine. The watch is analog and it does look very nice, it would be fine for business or casual. Read on to learn more…
Specifications and Features
Imported Japanese movement provides strong power and precise time keeping. Stylish and precise scale on the dial makes it more luxury and fashion. Perfectly suits you no matter what you are wearing!
Band Material: Stainless Steel
Case Material: Zinc Alloy
Band Width: 0.79 in / 2 cm
Case Thickness: 0.47 in / 1.2 cm
Case Diameter: 1.77 in / 4.5 cm
Max Fit Wrist Diameter: 2.76 in / 7 cm
Product Weight: 4.23 OZ / 120 G
30M Water-resistant, hand-wash, swimming, shower, no problem! Put on it and join in outdoor activities or pool party!
Made of high quality zinc alloy, this watch case is sturdy and not easy to fade, making you the shining star in all occasions.
Stainless steel watch band and double-locking-fold-over-clasp. Comfortable to wear and easy to operate. Note: You can use link remover tool to fit your wrist.
White coating on the watch hands helps to see time clearly in the darkness. Pull the crown for 2 times to set time, date and week.
Price: $18.99 (from Amazon at time of review)
Let’s start with a video unboxing and then move on:
This watch comes packaged in a gift style box with a slipcover over it and sliding box inside. The watch itself is around a soft pillow during shipping to make sure nothing happens and it makes a nice presentation. Once you get everything unpacked you’ll find the watch, warranty card and instruction manual.
The watch is made of a shiny zinc alloy and it looks very nice overall. The hour and minute hands are silver an white with the whit sections glowing in the dark. There are no numbers on the watch, just silver and white rectangles with the minute numbers at the tops of them. Towards the center, below the hands, is the day window that shows the day of the week. Under the day window is five more boxes that have no clue what they are for honestly. There is nothing in the directions about them, they’re supposed to be day numbers but I don’t know how they work.
The watch is just under .5 inches thick and there’s only single button or knob on the right side used to set the date and time.
The watch band is stainless steel and it feels very heavy duty. The clasp is dual locking where you press the buttons on the sides and then pull to unlock the second clasp. The back of the watch just has the logo along with the waterproof rating, it’s rated for 30 meters which means you should be fine in the rain, or swimming pool wearing this watch.
This Aposon Naviforce watch is very nice looking ,it would be great for business or casual wear.
The watch is only $18.99 and it seems like it’s well worth it, it seems like it should cost a lot more actually.
The watch seems to keep good time, but I’d still like to know what the number boxes are for and how to read them.
All in all the watch seems decent.
-Instructions not really clear
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