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Roxy Watches Review

The hottest wrist accessories this summer aren't bracelets - they're watches! Roxy's stylish, sporty watches are all the rage. Roxy watches are durable and water resistant cuz they're designed with the surfer in mind. You don't have to surf to wear one - it just means they're great for active girls cuz they can stand up to the wear and tear that happens when you're playing sports.

They're available in a variety of different styles, shapes and colors and are made out of stainless steel or durable plastics. Some of the cooler models are the Roxy Surfer Pro Watch in brushed stainless steel. It has a metallic sunray dial and calendar and is water resistant up to 656 feet (200 meters.) If you want to go a little sportier, there's the Hibiscus with plastic casing and an electroluminescent night light for low light conditions. For a unique shape try the Tankini II in stainless steel. The oval face has a pic of the Roxy "Heart" and the strap has removable links for the perfect fit.

No matter what your style - sporty or chic, Roxy is sure to have a cool watch for you. Look for Roxy watches at major department stores or surf and sport shops or try online at Roxy's site below.

For Roxy watches online check out Roxy's official Web site.

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