While some may think of luxury watches as a men’s accessory, it’s certainly not uncommon or rare to see women wearing luxury watches as well. They’re essentially just another form of jewelry, and many women like having a watch on them when they’re attending an event or a meeting of some kind.
JBW is a well-known watch brand that tends to incorporate a lot of diamonds and precious metals into their watch construction. The JBW women’s Cristal is no exception. Any women who like wearing heavily diamond-embedded jewelry will find themselves right at home with this watch, as that’s likely the first thing you’ll notice about it.
The main construction of this watch is made with stainless steel, giving it a nice strong base that it builds off of. Solid gold doesn’t hold up too well in all kinds of circumstances, so having stainless steel as the primary material makes a lot of sense and ensures that your watch will hold up well.
The stainless steel of the watch is actually gold plated with 18k gold. JBW goes to great lengths to make sure that their gold is authentic and that the stainless steel is plated evenly and entirely.
All around the watch band and face, you can see the Swarovski crystals that they’ve embedded for a dazzling look. Swarovski is an Austrian jewelry company that has been operation for many years, so you know you’ll be getting quality in that regard.
At each of the 12 hour marks, there is a proper, round-cut genuine diamond. The movement of this watch is a Swiss-designed quartz movement, which of course runs off of a battery.
The battery is long lasting, so you don’t need to worry too much about that. It’s nice to know that it’s designed by the Swiss, because they are one of the most reputable countries out there when it comes to watch making.
This watch also features a mineral crystal dial window, which is known to resist scratches and hard impacts quite well thanks to the heat-treating process that it undergoes.
The Cristal watch does use a proper deployment clasp to keep itself attached, which can be important. Some watches use cheap clasps that can unhook if you bump your wrist into something, which could lead to you dropping and losing your watch. However, with this deployment clasp, you’re sure to keep your watch on you no matter what happens.