This is some watch for the money. At first it seemed a bit big on the wrist due to the outer cushioned rectangular case, but after about 10 minutes, I felt like it belonged there beautifully! I got a lot of complements on this watch, and wore it to business meetings, a couple of outdoor events and even to a wedding.
The Savoy Watch collection is relatively new on the market, with just a couple of years behind it. Meant to be associated with royalty, its timepieces offer an edge of attitude. Their bold straps are the first to be equipped with an oversized insert – achieved via a patented feature
whereby an insert is embedded on a long single link on each side of the watch. Via this patented link, Savoy can constantly change strap materials and textures while maintaining its identity – making it incredibly versatile. Savoy also offers “custom made” inserts so that consumers can match straps to sports cars, motorcycles or anything else that meets their desires. The collection includes three-hands and chronographs with tachymeter bezels.
The watch I wore for a month is a rose gold IP and stainless steel cased Savoy Icon Light piece with a super comfortable white rubber strap. The inserts on my watch were IP gold logo insignia inserts and they gave the watch great character. This piece offers an easy-to-read dial with bold white markers, oversized numerals at 3:00 and 9:00 and a large sub-seconds
dial. The mix of white rose gold and mother of pearl make the watch incredibly versatile. It goes with any color due to the mix of steel and rose gold. The Savoy Light features a deployment clasp and is water resistant to 330 feet, as are the men’s Savoy watches. This timepiece houses a Swiss-made three-hands Ronda 6004.D. This is a beauty at just $990, and I will sadly miss it now that I have returned it.