Rated 3 out of 5Â by marksy45 uncomfortable
Purchased this watch following some positive reviews. It was just the style I'd been looking for -chunky yet still feminine. However, the metal part really digs into my wrist even if fastened loosely so I've been unable to wear it at all.
Shame because it looks lovely!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by julmo9 Great watch
The watch is simply superb! I've had it for many months now and am very happy with my purchase.
Honestly, when I saw it, I thought it would be very expensive and was pleasantly surprised at how affordable it was. Indeed, for a watch like that,- outstanding stylish design and good quality of that lovely make!! The price is very good and (let us be realistic) - more than just.
So I would highly recommend the watch to anyone considering to buy it.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by JonBoy77 Worth the pennies
The quality and appearance are very good but the value for money is what stands out the most when it comes this product
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