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Fossil “Kinetic” Automatics


fossil-kinetic-watches.jpgFrom TheSportingLife.net – Normal automatic watches usually cost a bit more than $95, but that’s how much you’ll have to part with to nab one of these Fossil watches. Fossil is known for its decent looking watches that are sub-$100, but you’d having an automatic mechanism would push the price up a bit—apparently not.

There’s about 11 styles to choose from, all hovering around $100. You could pick one up for every day of the week.

Fossil [via Treehugger]

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  1. I have a Fossil Aut-o-matic that I have had for a year. Great looking watch, accurate time when worn daily….

    Downfalls…. Third Fossil Aut-o-matic…all of them apprear to take on water….in a bad way. Even humidity seems to get inside the casing….makes your beautiful watch look crummy. Fossil wants 25.00 extra dollars to fix THEIR issue.!!!

    I will never buy another Fossil.

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