Rated 4 out of 5Â by Margaret65 Very Stylish
I love this watch. Purchased it online but on receipt made enquiries and
found that the strap was only replaceable if sent away. From experience
I know this can be expensive so reluctantly I returned it.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Nikki53 Clear and easy to read. Stylish!
This watch has a larger face than some - just what was wanted. It is easy to put on / take off. The watch face is very clear. And the bevelled edge makes it really stylish. All in all : a great purchase.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Nikki Very nice!
This watch met my expectations. I wanted something with a big dial (not too big) that had numbers written out clearly so that I dont have to squint my eyes and be able to look at my watch discretely (esp at meetings). The design of teh clasp and strap is elegant but formal. The gold tone is subtle and can mesh with silver jewelry too. Overall very happy, given the price.
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