Rated 5 out of 5Â by Beks Great Watch
I work in a coffee shop and this watch has lasted over 6 months so far and still going. I've spilt coffee etc all over it and had it in a sink full of water and it's still going strong. It's a great fit and I love the colour. The strap is starting to split a bit, but with all the wear and tear at work it's lasted longer than I thought. It fits small wrists like mine too.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Peters Strap not durable if you wear often
A very pretty design but after a short time, the loop broke away and the strap began to show real wear and tear. Eventually within 6 months the layers of the strap were splitting apart. I tried to return the watch but was told the strap is nt guaranteed. I still like the watch but will have to pay for a new strap in order to continue wearing and its not even a year old.
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