Rated 1 out of 5Â by r222 poor quality
I love the design of this watch so am persevering with it but the strap snapped after a couple of months of wearing so I took it back and got another one, however the new one stopped working after 2 weeks.
I'm hoping for 3rd time lucky!
Rated 2 out of 5Â by emma Poor quality watch
I love the design of this watch, but after only wearing the watch twice the strap has started to wear away. The top design has removed around the hole in use while wearing the strap, making the watch look years old, not days.
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