Have you ever heard of an iced out watch? If you're into fashion, you probably know what this is referring to but on the chances that you're not some type of fashion guru, you might be wondering what it means. In short, it means exactly the way it sounds. An iced out watch is one that has been specifically designed with the same colors throughout so that everything is uniform, thereby giving the watch the look that it has effectively been covered in ice. This is largely accomplished by encrusting the watch in stones. Think about the way your current watch might look if you were to encase in clear stones and then examine it. That's the way that many watches are being designed today, as it has become something of a trend. If you're interested in knowing more about these types of watches, you can read about five most popular iced Out watches below.
Michael Kors Slim Runway Pave Silver-Tone Watch
The thing that really sets this watch apart from the competition is the fact that it's completely covered with stones, something that gives it a rather unique appearance. This is especially true with the silver backdrop that's created from the wristband, case and even the face. Everything is uniform in color, including the clasp. The watch is designed with silver tick marks and hands, breaking from the tradition of putting these types of details in contrasting colors. In addition to its unique appearance, it's a watch that's capable of performing well for many years. It even comes with a warranty that's good for two years.
Cartier Cle De Cartier Automatic 31mm Ladies Watch
At just over $94,000, you know this watch has to be something special. In reality, everything about it is special. For starters, the wristband and the case are both made out of white gold and then the entire watch is covered in real diamonds. In addition, the watch is a little bit larger than most, providing an opportunity for ladies with slightly larger wrists to wear a watch that's capable of getting people's attention. There are also several diamonds on the face of the watch itself, and the part that isn't covered in diamonds features Roman numerals along with the date. Its two hands are finished in a stunning blue color, which works perfectly to set off the rest of the piece.
14 Karat Gold Plated Iced Out Watch by Moonlab
This is a nice looking gold-plated watch that's about 31 mm in size, covered in simulated diamonds from one end to the other. As a matter of fact, even the face of the watch uses simulated diamonds as tick marks in order to denote different positions on the clock. The watch’s gold color is made even more stunning by the comparatively dark black face and the gold-plated hands. The watch also features a second hand.
Michael Kors Bradshaw Pave Silver-Tone Watch
This is a nice looking watch finished in silver that has pave stones all over it. The thing that really makes it stand out is the fact that it has three separate subsets on the face, allowing you to see 24-hour time, set the watch for another time zone, or use it as a stopwatch. The numbers on the face are done in Roman numerals, something that makes the watch look a little different than most of the products that are available on the market today. All in all, the entire look comes together to create a watch that looks just as good as it performs. Of course, this is a watch that is designed to perform for years without having any problems.
Michael Kors Wren Pave Gold-Tone Watch
Much like the watch that's listed in the paragraph above, this is another high-quality product that is matched in its quality only by its appearance. As you might have already guessed, the entire watch is finished in gold tone and then encrusted in stones. It also features three subsets, one that allows you to use the watch in order to count seconds, one that denotes 24-hour time and one that's designed to count off blocks of time at 36 hours each. It also features the date at the bottom of the face. Even the Roman numerals are finished in gold tone, giving the watch a special appearance when combined with the stones that are encrusted around the circumference of the case.
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