Rated 3 out of 5Â by Catt Not shower-proof
This was a lovely watch and one that my mum and i picked out for my 20th birthday. The links are easily removed and it fits well on the wrist. It says its water resistant so i didnt take it off much unless i was going swimming. Unfortunately it isn't, i remember early on seeing condensation on the inside of the glass face when i was out in the rain. It dissipated within a day so i didnt think much of it. However on the occasions that i forgot to take it off in the shower, it slowly accumulated more and more water under the face. This week i came out of the shower, put my towel on and the square glass face came clean off. Its a shame because its been a lovely watch for a year and a half but its not built to last.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dynamo Just what I wanted
I had a very clear instruction on what my mother in law wanted for Christmas. New watch, metal strap, Roman numerals, oblong face. I looked everywhere and then found this. It ticks all the boxes.
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