We love how this watch grabs attention with its sleek, bangle-bracelet design, Features silver-tone stainless steel with diamond accents on the band. Split band has a contemporary look.
Very rare reports of a diamond accent falling out.
Stands out for its gold-tone finish that is crafted to last, thanks to the ion-plating process. Signature dot marker is a Swarovski crystal. Bangle style band that's comfortable to wear and pairs well with other gold jewelry.
Price falls on the higher end of the spectrum of the models we considered.
This watch is one of the less pricey versions of the Movado Museum collection, but no less fashionable. Features a streamlined design, black dial and strap, and silver-tone case that make it ideal to wear with numerous fashions.
A few owners gripe that the crystal tends to scratch easily.
Ladies who prefer a trim, feminine style in a watch will appreciate the Rondiro's thin, bracelet band and pink dial that is complemented by the silver-tone finish. Suitable for career, casual or dressy wear.
Not the best choice for women who like bolder looks or larger designs, as this is one is quite dainty compared to other Movados.
Lives up to its name, as this member of the Movado Bold collection is a mid-sized watch with silver-tone stainless steel and rose-gold accents. Earns praise for pairing nicely with professional attire.
The 36 mm dial and fairly wide strap may not work for women with slender wrist, or those who prefer more subdued accessories.
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