Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20
Rated 3 out of 5 by smirg Great look, so-so quality
Looks terrific and keeps great time! However, the case scratches easily and looks like it has oxidized after only a couple of weeks.
July 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jjohnson77 Great watch and it goes with everything.
I own a number of high end watches and this one always gets compliments. Well worth the money.
June 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Shopper Looks great, quality not so much
Have been contemplating buying this watch for some time. Finally ended up buying it a week ago. I really like the look of it. I'm a big fan of the blue dial and the nato strap.
However, the one thing that really bothers me about this watch is that the day/date feature isn't quite good. The date/number (so let's say the 23) will change around 9-10 pm but the day (say Monday) will change around/after midnight.
It really makes no sense. The two should be synced correctly. Instead the day/date feature becomes useless after 9 pm. It might seem trivial but I bought this watch because I really liked that it had this feature and was one of the selling points for me.
I exchanged it yesterday but it appears the new one does the same thing. I'm not sure if that's just how it is or if I'm unlucky and ended up with two clunkers.
Overall I think it's a great looking timepiece but the day/date issue is something J. Crew should fix going forward.
March 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Olive Perfect Everyday Watch
Bought this for my fiancé as a small engagement gift. He loves it and wears it much more frequently than his dress watch. Casual enough to wear with shorts and dressy enough to wear when we go out for a nice dinner. Can't beat a classic Timex.
August 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Howie A Timeless Piece
Like any relationship, it's the little things that matter, and this watch is exemplary of that. I've always strayed away from watches for two primary reasons: first, they're very uncomfortable because most watches tend to be too clunky, too "childish," or too wide (goodbye wrist-bones), and second, they're very limiting when it comes to versatility since most diver watches have the strap/band latched onto the watch. However, the Andros is not at all like the other diver watches: it's not too heavy to consider it clunky, and it's not too light to question the quality of the watch. Furthermore, the strap is removable, which really makes this watch one of the most versatile pieces in your desk. (I would normally say closet, but who leaves their watch in a closet ..?)
August 23, 2014