Rated 5 out of 5Â by tudorC This watch is excellent value for money. It looks good and keeps time very well.
I have been looking for another watch, to keep my Omega for best, for a long time. I found this watch online in many places but I saw it in Debenhams in Hereford at 20% off in the sale. It looked good so I bought it. It is tremendous value for money and has proved to be very accurate. I am very pleased with it, it is stylish and its appearance belies its low cost. Lorus is a low price subsidiary of Seiko, no more needs to be said!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by edeosa this product is ideal for the price
i've had this product for over a year now and i must confess that it''s a great deal for the price. Never had issues with it, never changed the battery
Rated 5 out of 5Â by hari good
a beautiful work
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