Rated 5 out of 5Â by Pre-Romanite. An excellent watch and most impressive for the price.
I have been looking for a watch with similar features to my old Seiko Sports 100 which I purchased in Hong Kong in 1980. My budget is limited and I thought I would have difficulty in finding a worthy replacement. This Lorus Sports is an excellent watch - especially for the price - and fits the bill almost exactly (in a perfect world I would have like a working bezel but, in all honesty, I don't need one!).
This model has a dark blue face, a combined day/date function, and the numerals are very clear and easy to read. The hour and minute hands are luminous and the watch has a large second hand. It has a good solid feel to it and I just cannot fault the watch.
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