Armani Exchange Watches

The latest designer clothes and accessories to go with the latest styles in a fashion-conscious world of the youngsters – that is the place where you are most likely to find an Armani Exchange watch. The Armani brand commands great respect in the world of fashion, it is a status symbol that denotes flamboyant style.

The Armani Exchange brand was launched in 1991 by Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani to retail fashion and lifestyle products that represent youthful spirit inspired by the modern chic street culture. Taking a metropolitan approach to clothing and accessories, this fashion label markets products targeting the young adults.

Practical and stylish, Armani Exchange watches are generally classic pieces that will impress you with their good looks. Giorgio Armani the fashion designer meant the brand to be thus – trendy, fashionable and in tune with the times. Armani Exchange watches are bold timepieces with a contemporary appeal, you might also find a few models with the sporty edge.

Most folks feel that Armani products are overpriced and expensive. That’s because the Armani brand has created a name for itself and commands great respect in the world of fashion. As such the brand cashes in on its popularity – we pay for the brand name. Yet, people in the know will tell you that products from the Armani Exchange brand are comparatively cheaper to the other sub-brands under the Armani name making them better accessible to everyone.

All this research was so I could get a nice, trendy present for my young nephew who was at college. I was confident the well-known Armani Exchange brand would suitably impress him, and it did.

From the extensive collection of Armani Exchange watches  I got him the Armani Exchange Outer Bank AX1342 Chronograph Quartz Men’s Watch from City Watches NZ which I found at https://www.citywatches.co.nz. The AX 1342 was made up of a resin case with the Armani Exchange logo printed in bold blue lettering on a silicon black strap which gave it a unique look. The dial itself was black with white hands and markers. The seconds hand and the chronograph dial markers in blue completed the picture.

It seemed like the ideal watch for a youngster. This trendy timepiece features a quartz movement and a mineral crystal along with chronograph function. A date display, solid case back and 30 M water resistance are good features for the price tag. In fact, I got the Armani Exchange Outer Bank AX1342 Chronograph Quartz Men’s Watch for a hefty 40% discount. Check out City Watches NZ for Armani Exchange and other branded timepieces for both men and women.

My nephew Phil was well excited about the AX1342, after all it was right up his alley. I’m sure he must be busy showing off his new watch to friends.