Since I got a Fossil FS4428 I have started to acquire a taste for gold-tone watches, and right now I am having the opportunity to purchase this model, the Fossil Grant FS4724, in order to have an alternative model to wear. The FS4724 has a smaller case (44 mm, compared to the FS4428's 48 mm case), and it is less heavy and cumbersome than the FS4428, and despite being a smaller model it still fits my big wrists, as I have set 44mm watches as the minimum size I can wear (unless it is a high-end watch or something more expensive and these models aren't big or oversized). However, I have hesitated to buy it because sometimes I have taken a look at it and it resembles a women's watch and not a mens' watch as it is advertised. I know that a 44 mm case watch can be too big for a woman's wrist, but considering that today most women wear big or oversized watches, then it could pass as a women's watch, especially since it is a gold-tone model. So, should I get it or not? What's your opinion about it? Does it like as a mens' watch or more like a women's watch? I'll upload some pictures of the model in this posts so you can give your input.