Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jeannie3 Lovely watch
Bought this for my elderly mum for Christmas. It is an attractive watch and looks modern and good quality. Mum has poor eyesight but this watch has a very clear face so was ideal. However, due to her very slim wrists, the expanding bracelet was a little on the large size for her. For a lady with normal to large wrists it would be absolutely perfect.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by BUDDY POOR
I ORDERD THIS WATCH FOR MY WIFE AS A PRESANT
WHEN I RECIVIED IT IT WAS NOT WORKING SO I COULD NOT GIVE IT TO MY WIFE WHEN I HAD INTENED SPOILING THE SURPRISE
I THEN HAD TO MAKE A TRIP INTO MY NEAREST DEBENHAMS STORE
TO HAVE THE BATTERY REPLACED
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