Swatch watches 2018 collection
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Discover the new Swatch watches of 2018
Discover in the Swatch watches collection of the 2018 season, the newest models of your favorite Swiss watch brand. Ideal to wear daily and to combine them to your liking with your favorite clothes and accessories, you will always go to the latest fashion and you will be the center of attention of those around you. Choose your favorite Swatch watch from among all available, all have unique designs and colors so you can select the one that best suits your tastes.
All Swatch watches have a two-year universal warranty and are waterproof to at least 30 meters! Choose now your Swatch 2018 watch and discover why the watches of this great Swiss brand are unique, durable and never go out of style.
Swatch 2018 season, watches that never go out of style
Latest Comments from our swatchers
Anonymous Swatcher wrote a review about watch Swatch Burgundy Decency (YGS752G) on Tuesday, August 10, 2021:"attractive, very well made watch with a good solid weight to it. quite rare and worth the search."
Anonymous Swatcher wrote a review about watch Swatch Red Scale Tuna (SUGK102) on Saturday, August 07, 2021:"i cannot figure out how to adjust the time i pull out the blue thumb wheel and it doesn’t adjust the time"
Anonymous Swatcher wrote a review about watch Swatch Steel Shine (YNS108) on Monday, June 21, 2021:"can used by men "
Anonymous Swatcher wrote a review about watch Swatch Sistem Tux (YIS405G) on Tuesday, June 15, 2021:"hi i love the look of this product and it’s a great way to re-enter the family, my question is was this product discontinued due to the soldering on the movement which prevents repair or service? "
Anonymous Swatcher wrote a review about watch Swatch Moray's Bite (SUGB100) on Tuesday, March 23, 2021:"pathetic watch ever.. its strap is so uncomfortable with wrist and leaving the grip marks on it even if you tie it loose"