Rated 2 out of 5Â by Lou1 did not look like the picture
I returned this because on the website the hands look black but which I thought was a nice contrast however in reality they are pinky gold. The line across the strap also looks black in the picture online but this is just the way the watch has been photographed.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lucy good looking
This watch looked good on line and I wasn't disappointed when I got it. The watch face was larger than I thought it would be but this didn't distract from the overall look. It has an adjustable strap which is excellent.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Smithy007 Stylish Watch
This watch is truly stunning on. It looks delicate and classy, I have been looking for a rose gold coloured watch for a while, this really fits the bill. The strap is easy to adjust so no trips to a jeweller, bought when spectacular was on so fantastic value also!
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