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Oulm Men’s Large Watch. Dual Time Zones, Compass, Thermometer – Big 5cm Multi-Function Dial – Long 16-22cm Black Genuine Leather Strap (Square Black)

October 22, 2015 - Comment

This watch is a conversation starter. Everyone want to know: what is it, where did I get it, and how much is it? I have many watches however this one is my favorite. It’s a big rascal, at 49mm X 61.5mm X 14.5mm thick, with 24mm lugs. And yes, it wears quite Large. This may

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This watch is a conversation starter. Everyone want to know: what is it, where did I get it, and how much is it? I have many watches however this one is my favorite.

It’s a big rascal, at 49mm X 61.5mm X 14.5mm thick, with 24mm lugs. And yes, it wears quite Large. This may be partly because, if you measure in-line with the crowns (but don’t include the crowns), it’s a whopping 53mm. But mostly because it’s just one whacking big watch, period. If you have a problem with XL watches, this one’s definitely not for you!

The crystal(s) are mineral glass, and the ‘rivets’ and sub-dials you see on the face are mere decoration, stamped into the bezel. However, it’s also perfectly functional. It’s dead easy to change the time on one movement without disturbing the other, for instance, and legibility is very good. These watches have dual registers driven by quartz movements; they also tuck in a thermometer (in Celcius) and a fully working compass.

In summary, provided you have no problem with gigantic watches, the Oulm offers great value for the money. The PC21 movements will blow any mechanical out of the water accuracy-wise, and are likely to run for decades. And, believe it or not, once you get used to it, the dual-eye design makes for an eminently intuitive and practical Dual-Time paradigm.
PLEASE NOTE. These watches are not suitable for swimming or showering and are not boxed to keep costs down.

•Band material: Leather
•Case material: Steel
•The dial dimension: 5.8 x 3.6 x 1.3 cm
•The watch band dimension: 26.5 x 3.6 cm
•Suitable wrist: 16.5-22.5 cm
•Product weight:90 g
•Product size(L x W x H):26.5 x 5.8 x 1.3 cm

Dial design makes the watch unique.
Cover: Quality alloy+ vacuum ion plating layer
Strap: Imports leather + stainless steel clasp
Battery included in the watch.
Water resistant (not for diving/swimming).
Sub dials have the function of decoration only.

Package Contents: 1 x Watch

Comments

Mr. P. Harvey says:

Oulm Men’s Large Watch. Dual Time Zones, Compass, Thermometer This Oulm wristwatch, is quirky, individualistic, indiosyncratic, large and cheap. It is based upon a Russian design and is Chinese manufactured using a reliable and accurate Japanese CT-90 quartz movements. It has a leather strap which is not of the best quality and I have had to replace with a ‘wide’ English leather strap. Apart from this it is characterised by having twin, fully independent movements, a compass and a thermometer. I have no idea how accurate these 2 additional functions are but they are not far off being reasonably accurate. The movements themselves have proven to be accurate and I have not had to alter their settings after many months of use. These are expensive-looking but very cheap watches and they are certainly eye-catching. I was so impressed I purchased a second watch, slightly different colour scheme but basically the same design. The Oulm range is large and each design is unlike any other watch I have ever encountered. I actually purchased my first Oulm…

Oz says:

I like to know when the bell’s going and it’s accurate … I teach and this watch is “a beast” (that’s a compliment) according to the 11-16 year-olds; even the girls. They all assume I’ve paid silly money for it. One kid guessed £1000 and no-one starts below £100. I use the right dial for GMT/BST and the left for CET and it keeps time well. I like to know when the bell’s going and it’s accurate but the dial’s pretty small and my old eyes have to look over my glasses. 

Paul Craigie says:

A mighty, simple, beast. As others have noted, this watch is a trifle on the large side – about two inches square – but that’s part of the attraction. It looks almost like someone’s taken a segment from a cockpit display or a fifties’ power plant console and mounted it on your wrist. The compass swings freely. The thermometer is calibrated properly (which is a rarity even on much more expensive watches). The two basic dials for the time are easily set and have not fallen out of synch by even a second over the past week. And the strap is unusually long – usually with my thick wrists I’m fastening a watch using the last notch on a strap, but with this there are still several holes to spare, and given its size it’s remarkable comfortable. Great value, and a great addition to anyone’s wardrobe.

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