Armani Exchange Rose Gold Chronograph Watch
My original blog name; Miss Makeup Magpie, stemmed from my obsession with makeup and my obsession with everything sparkly and although I’ve now ditched that name, my love for anything sparkly is still going strong. When I spotted the Armani Exchange Rose Gold Chronograph Watch for the first time, it pretty much was love at first sight and that was just the stock image on the First Class Watches website. I never think stock images do any product any justice, but especially so for watches as the photos never show the true sparkle and shine, and I couldn’t believe how stunning it was in real life once it arrived.
The Armani Exchange Rose Gold Chronograph Watch £139 (RRP £199) comes with a little velvet pillow, inside a super sleek black case. As First Class Watches are an authorised Armani Exchange dealer, their watches come with a two year guarantee, fully stamped and dated (where appropriate) for extra peace of mind. If rose gold isn’t your thing, they also have lots of other watch designs from Armani Exchange and a total of 10,000 watches in stock to choose from and they even offer free strap adjustment on bracelet watches.
“Bold and crisp lines with Rose gold-tone stainless steel case and bracelet. Fixed rose gold-tone bezel. Rose mother of pearl dial with rose gold-tone hands and Swarovski set hour markers. Minute markers round the outer rim. The AX Armani Exchange emblem is in the 12 o’clock position. Date display between 4 and 5 o’clock positions. Chronograph – three sub-dials exhibiting: 60 second, half hour and round-the-clock. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant glass. Deployment clasp. Water-resistant at 50 meters.”
The Armani Exchange Rose Gold Chronograph Watch really is stunning and I don’t think my photos do it justice, as it’s the prettiest watch I’ve ever seen. The rose mother of pearl dial is so multidimensional and looks peach, pink and lilac in different lights. I really love that the Armani Exchange Rose Gold Chronograph Watch’s strap is quite simple in its design as the watch’s face is so detailed, so I think the plainer rose gold linked bracelet makes a nice contrast.
The dial has sparkly Swarovski crystals for each of the hour markers which sparkle beautifully, especially under electric light and I like that the three chronograph dials within the main dial have a brushed metal effect which really catch the light. I think this is an incredible watch for £139 especially as it’s £199 on every other website I’ve seen, and to get an Armani watch for £139 is amazing.
I’d love to know your thoughts on this stunning Armani Exchange watch?
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