Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jayvan Ladies gold meshed strap watch
I ordered several watches, because mine is rather tight on me now. I picked out ones I thought looked nice, but they were all the same fit as my current one.
However there was one, the Rocha John Rocha, which had an adjustable strap, I didn't want an expanding bracelet, so this one was just perfect. It is very stylish.unique design, lovely large face,with second hand. The double mesh bracelet and the gold bars joining the face, make it perfect for me.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by butterflyowl Absolutely perfect
This watch is even nicer in the flesh.I have a big wrist but it still fits with sone give so its not so tight.The straps adjustible.The clockface is so clear to read the time.I am so delighted.
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