Ladies silver scattered diamante dial watch is rated
3.0 out of
Rated 5 out of
Beautiful watchI bought this watch about a year ago and really love it. I have bought expensive watches in the past and always have problems with stones falling out etc. Good tmie keeper, no discolouring. Am now going to buy in rose gold.
Date published: 2014-07-08
Rated 1 out of
Ladies silver scattered diamante dial watchOne of the worst purchases EVER made. I would not recommend this product to anyone. The watch was given to me as a present from my mum for prom (2013) and I loved it. However it stopped working completely, I wasn't able to turn the knob at the side to adjust it and the strap quickly started to become discoloured turning form silver to bronze then dark yellow, which then left green marks on my wrist. Even when I changed the battery three times it still wouldn't work. I am absolutely disgusted with this because I honestly expected better from the product because of the stores reputation.
Date published: 2014-06-20
Rated 3 out of
Lovely looking watch but.....Bought this watch because of how stylish it looked.... Performance very poor!
One of the stones from inside the face fell off and disturbed the mechanism and never worked properly again. Returned the watch and exchanged for the same in the gold tone, loved the style and colour and so same agin after a few hours, poorly made, poor quality... Basically get what you pay for!
Will be returning this one, this is the 3rd "work" watch I have purchased from debenhams and all three have broke soon after purchase. Obviously wont be buying another watch from debenhams.
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