Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bubbles Great watch!
I bought this watch in my local Debenhams store recently and I am thrilled with the styling and quality.
The only minus with this watch is that the catch is somewhat fiddly to do up.
This is why I only gave 4 star for the Quality rating.
I did return the first one I bought to the store for a replacement, as I thought it may be faulty, but the replacement watch is equally fiddly.
The fastener seems to be at a very accute angle which makes it difficult in getting it through the fastener.
Having said that I just love the watch, I have worn it every day since buying, and the difficult catch does not deter me from wearing it; but worth mentioning.
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