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Women's Quartz (Battery) Wristwatches with Swiss Movement

Exude confidence when you wear a quartz movement women's wristwatch. These watches are typically designed with smaller faces, giving them a delicate style. They also have low-maintenance designs, which make them perfect for people with busy lifestyles. The movements provide incredible accuracy, which gives them added dependability.

Popular Band Materials for Quartz Movement Women's Wristwatches:
  • Plastic
  • Carbon Fibre
  • Silver-Plated
  • Polyurethane
  • Ceramic

Plastic band wristwatches feature a casual style, which is great for any activity. The plastic bands have enhanced flexibility, making them even more versatile. Carbon fibre band wristwatches feature a modern style, giving them a contemporary appearance. They are made with very strong materials for durable designs.

Available Case Materials for Quartz Movement Women's Watches:
  • Brass
  • Aluminum
  • Solid Gold
  • Titanium
  • Silver

With traditional styles, brass case watches are versatile accessories that you can wear anywhere. The brass designs fade naturally over time, displaying a handsome change in tone as the case matures. With their modern styles, aluminium case watches are perfect for updating your outfit. These aluminium watches come with aluminium cases that are typically hypoallergenic and aluminium cases that are flexible, which ensure comfortable wear.

Available Watch Shapes for Quartz Movement Women's Wristwatches:
  • Tonneau
  • Asymmetrical
  • Round
  • Oval
  • Rectangular

Tonneau watches fuse effortless beauty and practicality for an eye-catching accessory. They were first introduced by Louis Cartier, who had an interest in moving away from the typical watch styles of the time. Asymmetrical wristwatches have a chic appearance, making for eye-catching pieces of jewellery. The asymmetrical shapes feature creative designs with irregular sides, which will enhance your watch collection.

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