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JBW Men's JB-6213-A "Jet Setter" Gold Five Time Zone Diamond Watch


List Price: CDN$ 8,948.80
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  • Diamond accented stationary bezel: 234 round-cut white diamonds with 3.0 CTW
  • Durable 18k gold plated all stainless steel case and deployment clasp
  • Decorative crystal accented dial with 4 white mother of pearl sub dials; durable scratch-proof sapphire crystal glass
  • Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 M)
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Frequently Bought Together

JBW Men's JB-6213-A "Jet Setter" Gold Five Time Zone Diamond Watch + JBW Men's JB-6215-238-A "Phantom" Brown Diamond And Gold Bezel Leather Band Watch
Price For Both: CDN$ 968.35

Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name JBW
Model Number JB-6213-A
Part Number JB-6213-A
Case material Gold-tone Stainless Steel
Case diameter 50 millimeters
Case Thickness 13.8 millimeters
Band length gold-tone-stainless-steel
Band width 26 millimeters
Dial colour scratch-resistant-sapphire
Bezel material gold-tone-stainless-steel
Bezel function diamonds-and-stainless-steel
Movement Quartz
Water resistant depth 165 Feet
Warranty type Seller

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 739 g
  • Item model number: JB-6213-A
  • ASIN: B0036B9PHO
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 7 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #516 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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Product Description

Product Description

Gold-tone stainless steel case with a gold-tone stainless steel bracelet. Fixed diamond accented bezel. Gold dial with luminous gold-tone hands. World time for tokyo, paris, new york, los angles. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant mineral crystal. Case diameter: 56 mm. Case thickness: 8 mm. Deployment clasp. Water resistant at 50 meters (165 feet). Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, world time. Just Bling Jet Setter Gold Mens Watch 6213-A.

From the Manufacturer

The "Jet Setter" timepiece by JBW is a superbly executed work of art. The 56-millimeter stainless steel case is encrusted with 2.30 CTW of genuine diamonds on the case and bezel, along with four signature screws, giving it a unique vibe. The exclusive pave dial features four Mother-of-Pearl sub-dials making this watch capable of timekeeping in five time zones. Large luminous hands make timekeeping easy no matter what part of the world you are in. Four crowns are securely fixed to the watch with screws on the case and nicely compliment the main time zone crown with the embossed signature logo. The magnitude, unique detailing, superb materials and Swiss movements make this watch the perfect addition for any watch aficionado with a passion for travel.


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Jet Setter Color Combinations

The “Jet Setter” series comes in three color combinations to suit your personal style and preference. Choose from stainless steel, 18K gold plated or black-ion plated versions.

JBW-Just Bling Men's JB-6213-B JBW-Just Bling Men's JB-6213-A JBW-Just Bling Men's JB-6213-C

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sauve Savage on March 29 2012
These are not fakes all models being sold amazon are coming directly from amazon (verifying its real) The watches are cheap as they are changing the logo. As for the IIII instead of IV visit [...] and you will see thats the original design directly from their official site. The reviewer below should do some h/w before putting such malacious things about amazon and just bling.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By philippe paquet on Jan. 31 2013
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je suis vraiment content de mon achat,la montre est vraiment comme je l ai vu sur la photo.
la seul chose que j aurais aimé est un certificat d autenticité de la montre qui me prouve bien ca valeur.
en tout cas elle est encore plus belle une fois l avoir recu.merci
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By van chandara on Dec 6 2014
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Beautiful watch
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7 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Spyder 76 on April 4 2012
Clock faces that are labeled using Roman numerals conventionally show IIII for four o'clock and IX for nine o'clock, using the subtractive principle in one case and not the other. There are many suggested explanations for this:
Many clocks use IIII because that was the tradition established by the earliest surviving clock, the Wells Cathedral clock built between 1386 and 1392. It used IIII because that was the typical method used to denote 4 in contemporary manuscripts (as iiij or iiii). That clock had an asymmetrical 24-hour dial and used Arabic numerals for a minute dial and a moon dial, so theories depending on a symmetrical 12-hour clock face do not apply.[22]
Perhaps IV was avoided because IV represented the Roman god Jupiter, whose Latin name, IVPPITER, begins with IV. This suggestion has been attributed to Isaac Asimov.[23]
Louis XIV, king of France, who preferred IIII over IV, ordered his clockmakers to produce clocks with IIII and not IV, and thus it has remained.[24]
Using standard numerals, two sets of figures would be similar and therefore confusable by children and others unused to reading clockfaces: IV and VI are similar, as are IX and XI. As the first pair are upside down on the face, an additional level of confusion would be introduced--a confusion avoided by using IIII to provide a clear distinction from VI.
The four-character form IIII creates a visual symmetry with the VIII on the other side, which the two-character IV would not.
With IIII, the number of symbols on the clock totals twenty Is, four Vs, and four Xs,[25] so clock makers need only a single mold with a V, five Is, and an X in order to make the correct number of numerals for their clocks: VIIIIIX.
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By jean marie dubois on Nov. 1 2014
Very good
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mike stone on May 16 2014
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Looks boss, strippers be all grabbing at my s*** all like "I'll see you later". What a bunch of morons
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