SekondaMen's gold plated round case brown strap watchNow
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Seele A classy classic
Bought this at Debenhams in June 2015.
Sekonda UK has a remarkable back catalogue of classic designs, and they are doing a great job making modern re-issues of them. The original of this watch was a Luch model form Minsk, Belarus, but this reissue is not only a faithful rendition of the original but a significant upgrade for the more stringent modern demands too.
If there is a complain it would be like the too-small boot space in an expensive sports car: while the imitation ostrich leather strap is decent enough, replacing it with one of a somewhat higher quality would give a much better overall experience.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Shirley B Super Watch
Bought this watch for my husband. He loves it, it looks really good, although i think the leather strap would enhance the watch if it was a little longer.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jupiter Excellent buy
This is a really distinctive and stylish watch, the roman numerals give it an extra classy look. Great value for money.
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