The One about the Armani Exchange (Model: AX2324)

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When it comes to watches, while I’m not a strong consumer of fashion watches, I do support watches that make people happy, makes one feel that it works well with their wardrobe but also watches that make people feel comfortable.

Some see them as instrumental for telling the time, other see watches as an accessory, I look at watches as I do with my large variety of socks, belts, shoes, etc.  Part of my wardrobe that I want things to match but also make me feel comfortable wearing them.

And with the Armani Exchange (AX2324), while I don’t have any watch in my collection with a darker blue sunray dial, this watch is no doubt sleek in style courtesy of its sleek steel case, silver three-hand movement, silver minute markers and AX logo, brown leather strap and its stylish simplicity that I absolutely love seeing in a watch.

Also, with a 44mm case, it’s a larger watch around the wrist that many men look for.  It’s important to note that with the brown leather strap on the case, it is not interchangeable unless you destroy the brown strap that came with the watch.  While I wish watches with leather straps are interchangeable as some may prefer black over brown, in this case, it is best to leave the brown strap on it as is.

The watch is easy to set, pull out the crown and set your time. That’s it!

While the watch is water resistant to 50m (165 feet), I wouldn’t recommend wearing this for swimming or wearing in the shower.

The Armani Exchange (AX2324) watch features as Analog-quartz movement and its window is made of a durable mineral crystal.

The watch fits perfectly and it works well with my dark blue or black shirts, which I like a lot!

Overall, if you wear a lot of Armani Exchange and you simply are looking for a fashion watch with a sleek dark blue sunray dial, silver steel casing in 40 mm with a brown leather strap, you can’t go wrong with the Armani Exchange (AX2324) watch!


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Dennis A. Amith