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ystian97 -
Stealth black / stealth black
Polished / Black

these are my first oakley watches...and im lovin' it. cant stop lookin at it. the design and built are solid and heavy. when im wearing it it looks like a centipede made of liquid metal and black ceramic wrapped on my wrist. For functionality, its just a basic watch..its in the design and built where it screams oakley.
a great addition to my oakley collection.
kevinsmith101 -
Polished
Black

I have also had the bracelet break from the face but Oakley UK fixed it for a nomoinal fee.

Love this watch, have had it for a week and people keep asking if its for sale, friends, people in shops and even night club door men!
Its heavy and looks great both as a day to day watch and a dress watch.
Would love to give this a 5 but it did need repair and unfortunatly without my glasses is difficult to read in low light conditions due to the black on black non numeric face.
Farlius -
Frame: Stealth Black
Face: Stealth Black

Great time piece. Very conversational. Like it's Stealth Black Timebomb counterpart, it looks almost liquid or see through in certain angles. The links are easily adjusted for your wrist size. Tends to hold 'grease' marks or fingerprints but everything rubs right off like it's got a hydrophobic coating. Heavy and sturdy. Well worth it if you can find one!
AtomicOrange35 -
This is my favorite watch. The carbon fiber looks awesome and it can take a beating like no other. I can not tell you how many times I have hit the face of the watch against stuff, but it still doesn't have a scratch.
JoeVRod -
Okay, my coworker has this watch and I ust had to get one too. But, as mentioned by others, the band is not Oakley quality. I have lost pins several times and nearly lost my watch. Time for a recall on the band Oakley.
Ijon__Tichy -
Frame: Brushed w/Red Rubber
Face: Red Dial

This was one of my holy grails and I finally found one of these! It is typical high-priced old-school oakley watch - it is heavy, it feels very durable and the design is unique and screams OAKLEY!
I don't wear it very often because I've tried to find this watch for about 4 years and now it is really hard to use this item - so it spends most of its time in my vitrine. An awesome watch and imo the by far best colorway since it is is the only version with a colorfull face that has matching unobtanium!
bigeric -
Frame: brushed
Face: Blue

Love the watch. Loves its style,build quality and that crystal never scratches. I get loads of compliments on the watch. It is heavy but i do not notice the weight. Other ppl comment on the weight esp the females. tHEY ARE THE ONES I GET THE MOSTY COMPLIMENTS. So all is good/ Love oakley unique style.
Steve -
Polished steel Blade..

Thought the watch looked amazing but the build quality was rubbish. The section where the bracet meets the main watch case broke twice. I have sent it off to Oakley a second time (in 4 years) so they are going to replace the main body of the watch with a Blade II body, and polish it to match the polished steel bracelet.

That will leave with me with a one of a kind polished steel Blade II :-)

Gave it 4/5 as i love the watch even though it broke
o-xide -
Frame: Brushed Orbital
Face: red

The Red face with red rubbers are the most unique of all the blade watches. I had one (my 2nd blade) but got rid of it for the simple fact that the red on the face is not deep enough like the blue does. I am quite disappointed because the pictures in the web shows the nice deep rich red but in person, it wasn't. If it is then no doubt about giving it a 5
fin7 -
Frame: Stealth Black
Face: Stealth Black

Another typical very stylish Oakley designed watch, and amazing it is too. Icon and Oakley in the 12 o'clock position, Blade saw design that continues through to the hour marks. Crystal measures 30mm across and the crown 50mm across. Weighty and a delight to wear.The Stealth Blade seems to extol the virtues of stealth the best. My personal favourite of all the stealth watches.
JayKor -
Frame: Stealth
Face: Black
Awesome piece of hardware, however, it's way too heavy for an everyday'r.
Stealth is always a crowd pleaser, but I think if I had to do it all over again, I'd go with the red/silver combo.. Those Red Rubber pieces around the crown are sweet, and really make the difference.
For a Rating of Style 4,and for comfort 4.

Rick -
Frame: Stealth
Face: Black
Ok, this watch has been around for years and I finally picked one up. I have to say this thing is fantastic. I can't stop looking at it. I had seen them many times and tried them on, but there is something about this watch that is turning me on! I did not give the Blade the attention and respect it deserved, but I am glad I finally got one. I much prefer it to the Judge.
travee -
Orbital Brushed with Red rubber and Dial
This is a very cool and unique looking watch. I get comments on it all the time. The red face and red rubber really stick out. The face looks like a circular miter saw blade. This is definitely a manly watch. It has an aggressive look to it and is big and heavy. With surgical grade stainless steel, swiss movement and sapphire crystal oakley chose only the best. If oakley actually did more marketing on this watch I bet it would be a top seller. This is my everyday watch and gets smashed around quite a bit. The band and face are solid.I have smashed my wrist into huge metal doors and all that happened to the watch was a small scuff on the band. Top quality watch and a great price when you take into account the quality of materials the watch is made of.
yelkao -
Frame: Orbital Brushed
Face: Carbon Fiber

When I first saw the Blade I thought it was another piece of mad science that definitely sets Oakley apart from the norm. Just the fact that they decided to integrate Unobtanium into the watch's casing is evidence of that. The style is definitely a unique and fresh look at watch design.
TekDragon -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Orange Mirror
These will always hold a special place in my heart because these are the ones that started "the sickness" for me. I'll never forget the first time I saw them in Scheel's (a sporting goods chain in the MidWest) and I stopped cold. I had never seen anything like them. The orange mirror lens is what really got me. That and the trigger earstems. Plus you could changed the earstems with different colors. I think they cost $125 or so and for a kid in seventh grade that was a ton of money, especially for sunglasses. After two years of saving I finally got a pair. My hometown of Scranton, ND is pretty small (less than 400), but there was a group of about six of us who had Blades/Razor Blades and believe me we got noticed. I'm not sure whatever happened to these. I think they got stolen or maybe I sold them so I could buy a pair of splatter M-Frames. They are so totally 80's and of course they look dumb now, but at the time you couldn't be any cooler if you wore a pair of these. They get a five just for sentimental value
warwagon -
Polished
Black

This is without a doubt a choice watch to have. Brilliant style design and implementation. I get comments all the time. If you want a watch that just tells the time and looks good doing it then this is the pick.
bong -
Frame: Brushed
Face: Carbon Fiber

i finally saw this combo in the flesh and realized how cool the Brushed finish looks on the Blade. it looks like it was brushed with a circular motion that follows the watch's casing. the Carbon Fiber dial face looks brilliant when light hits it at different angles. this would've been my first choice for the Blade if it came out earlier.
Monsterdog -
I have them all including a limited gold one and they are really great
LEX7 -
Frame:Crystal Clear
Lens:Violet Mirror

these are the nicest blades i own, im a huge fan of all the clear frames and these are just as cool and all the others,
the clear looks amazing with these gorgeous greeny purple lenses (depends what angle you look at it from)
reminds me of g26.
bong -
Frame: Stealth Black
Face: Stealth Black

like everybody's been saying, the hands look really cool, the look like... well, blades. the integration from metal to unobtanium rubber on the casing also looks great, too bad there isn't enough contrast on the Stealth Black version to really show it off. the sculped look of the casing itself also look great; looks like a blade from a circular saw. the watch is very weighty, feels very substantial.
oakleygod09 -
The Blade in general has great internal pieces. However the band fit is not comfortable like the GMT or Judge. It is a different feel for the different customer.
LEX7 -
Frame:Matte Clear
Lens:Violet Mirror

I just love the clear frames, these came with what im sure is the Violet Mirror lens but there is alot of green on this lens so it has a G26 look to it.
Beautiful!
sparra -
Frame: Orbiated Brushed
Face: Sunburst Blue

I like it, but it's a shame that the sunburst blue does not seem quite as cool as it does in Crush 2.0. The watch is scultped brilliantly, though I believe it is just a touch too big and heavy - my mate has had many comments on the size to that end. However, a fantastic watch - love the hands especially.
Icon208 -
Frame: Any
Face: Any
I don't have a Blade, and there's a reason. I've removed or added links for customers on probably thirty examples, and the band isn't up to Oakley's usual standard. The links aren't machined as accurately as on the Timebomb, Icon, GMT, or Judge, with the predictable result that the pins fall out far too easily.

Still, it looks terrific and I particularly love how the hands and hour markings are curved like- well, like a blade.
RC -
Frame:Judge
Face:Stealth Black
I love the blade, it is art work on your wrist. I just wish that the second hand had continious motion like other fine watches instead of the ticking motion. That is my biggest gripe on such a great watch.
oogie -
Frame: Black
Lens: Orange Iridium (?)

A freakin' sweet style back in late 80's/early 90's. Of course, we make fun of a lot of things from those days. But I have to give props to the Blades. Sure, they don't stand up to today's styling, but I vividly remember how cool I felt wearing my Blades back then, so they must have been the tops!
LEX7 -
Frame:Crystal Red
Lens:Clear

These are alot nicer than my other ones. they are loser therfore more comfortable but i stil dont think id wear them.
Crystal Red is such a great frame colour id like to see more of it, looks very good in bright light.
i think im done with blades now. but the splatter ones do sound tempting.

x-metalman -
Frame: Polished
Face: Black
Gotta get me one of these! The design is just awesome, and the Unobtainium accents finish off the out there look.
oogie -
Frame: Polished
Face: Black
Wicked! A nice heavy weight (c'mon, even a decently heavy watch like this isn't that bad on your wrist). The band is unique (which is something to say compared to the fact that the Judge shares the same band as GMT). I love the band steel to rubber casing look. Simply a feakin awesome watch!
banarno -
Frame: Neon Green
Lens: Orange Iridium
I remember first seeing these in 1986 worn by greg LeMond in the Tour de France and I was just blown away! (amazing how styles change) always look to big on your face but for sports use they are superb.
Interchangeable everything made these super popular to customize.
LEX7 -
Frame:Matte Black
Lens:Grey

Uncomfortable, Unflexible and they look really stupid if you wear them.
I only got these for my collection which I think is the only reason anyone would buy these now.
Nate Dawg -
Frame: Stealth Black
Face:
This watch is heavy dude! I love the substantial weight of it. It is also an eye catcher. People compliment it all the time.
o-xide -
Frame: Orbital Brushed
Face: Blue
Another Oakley exclusive work of art. A little heavy but maybe I am just used to the Time Bomb's lightness. I love this design and the battery life runs a whooping 5+ years
kingphilbert -
Frame:
Face:

I just need to let you all know that I believe this is the nicest watch they have on the market right now.
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