Rougois Hand Wind Decorated Skeleton Movement Watch RMS33S

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Rougois
Model Number RMS33S
Part Number RMS33S
Clasp Type Buckle
Case material stainless-steel
Case diameter 44
Band Material leather-alligator
Band length mens-standard
Band width 22
Dial colour Clear
Movement mechanical-hand-wind
Water resistant depth 30 meters
Warranty type Manufacturer

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 481 g
  • Item model number: RMS33S
  • ASIN: B0030BK0RO
  • Date first available at May 10 2010
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,207 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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Product Description

This hand wind, mechanical watch has a great two-tone look. The steel skeleton, multi ruby jeweled movement is nicely decorated and is a captivating timepiece to wear on your wrist. Just wind it and set the time with the blue hour and minute hands. A blue seconds hand is shown at the 9:00 position. The movement is viewable from both the front and back via scratch resistant mineral crystals. The case is highly polished stainless steel and an alligator-grained leather strap completes the dressy look. Case: Polished stainless steel, 44mm diameter. Band: Alligator grained leather strap. 22mm. Water Resistant: 100 feet. Warranty: 1 Year.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9ce9efcc) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
By SJF - Published on
I have had this watch for about 2 weeks, and it is even better than I expected. So far, it has kept flawless time, and it is surprisingly easy to read the time for a watch with no numbers on the face. The internal movements are a little more intricate than you can see on the youtube videos of the watch working; there are at least 5 different visibly moving parts, though they're mostly concentrated in the upper-left part of the face. I continuously catch myself staring at it- people must think I'm pretty rude, the way I fixate on it.

It's a little bigger than I expected. This is fine for me, but it's certainly not a discreet watch. Don't get me wrong- it's not huge- but it is a full 44 millimeters across the face. That's about 1.75". It's also about a centimeter (0.4 inches) in height. Reviewers of other skeleton watches have commented on their noise and tend to describe them as loud. This watch is definitely audible in an otherwise silent room, but so far this hasn't been bothersome. I do, however, leave it on my desk when I go to bed. I was apprehensive of buying a wind-up watch, but it only takes about 2 seconds to wind this watch fully each day.

Finally, it's really cool. People sitting next to me will notice it and make me show it to them, and a few days ago a waiter complimented it. It is a very unique looking watch, which is enhanced by not having any numbers or distractions on the face. For this price range, it seems to be the best skeleton watch out there. I am strongly considering buying another one to keep as a backup, in case they ever stop selling them and something happens to mine.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cd2618c) out of 5 stars Very Nice! May 18 2010
By X-Ray Guy - Published on
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I am a Radiologic Technologist and work with mostly ER and hospitalized patients. My coworkers are very positive with the appearance of the watch and are amazed at the intricacy of the works and how visible they are. I have already had a good comment from one of my ER patients and this is pretty cool considering that this was the first day that I have worn it!

The watch will be a nice conversation starter when I am getting a patient ready for an X-Ray exam since I can make a humorous statement about having a skeleton watch and taking X-Rays that show the inner beauty and workings of the human body. Making a patient feel more at ease is priceless and usually leads to much better and more diagnostically useful X-Ray images!

My only criticism about the watch is that the hour and minute hands have no glowing tips, yet the rotating second hand at the nine-o'clock position on the dial have glowing hands.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cd209a8) out of 5 stars Great Watch June 8 2010
By Thomas Schwartz - Published on
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This watch is wonderful!
Very quiet running, great to see the insides working.
Have gotten lots of compliments on it.
Very good price as well!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cd231e0) out of 5 stars BEST WATCH EVER!! GREAT PRICE/VALUE! LOVE IT! Jan. 24 2011
By KB - Published on
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I own several automatic watches (Breitling, IWC Big Pilot, Rolex), and this is my first manual (hand wind) watch. It looks so elegant! It's very comfortable and you won't feel that you're wearing a watch.

I agree with everything other reviewers said, except for 1 thing:
THE TICKING SOUND IS LOUD!! It's not quiet at all! I put it in its box every night because I can't sleep. And this is normal, because it's a skeleton watch and manual watches tend to produce a higher ticking sound than automatic watches.

It's very accurate, I've had it for 5 days and it's still in sync with my phone!

I believe that buying an inexpensive AUTOMATIC/MANUAL watch means headaches, that's because usually a good quality watch movement is relatively expensive! BUT I like the fact that it doesn't display the date and it's a MANUAL watch, so the movement tend to be very simple (it doesn't have chrono, perpetual, etc...), thus the watch will probably live for a longer period of time!

Winding the watch is very easy, you don't need to pull the winder or anything, just rotate it clockwise while it's all the way shut.

I like the fact that you can see the power reserve (remaining time before it dies) on the dial.

Note: People have already asked me to see the watch and they loved it :)!

I highly recommend it!!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cd20984) out of 5 stars Very nice watch Feb. 23 2011
By Stefan from Amsterdam, the Netherlands - Published on
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I own several watches, but this one is kinda special. It is my first manual wind watch (the rest is automatic), but thus far I like it very much. Because there is always something to complain about and I usually like the bullet point reviews, I will start with the cons and end with the pros in bullet point format.

- you have to wind the watch manually on a daily basis, if you are used to automatic watches with a power reserve of 40 hours or more this may be exhausting;
- it is pretty noisy, you hear the ticking of the watch, this may be bothersome in libraries or other places where silence is of the essence;
- the crown is rather big for the watch, I'd rather see a smaller crown but that's just my personal taste probably;
- the watch comes with a tang buckle instead of a deployment clasp, I like the latter better (ordered one from Amazon as well for USD 20);
- has no date;
- has no illimunated parts

- the winding of the watch is very simple, just turn the crown approx. 15 times and you watch will be working all day;
- you will get a lot of compliments because it is a very nice skeleton watch;

Although I listed quite some cons, the overall conclusion from my perspective is very positive: you will have a good working and beautiful watch for under USD 175, a bargain.