Rated 4 out of 5Â by lben Nice watch but very big
I ordered this watch as a cheap time piece to wear for everyday use. I really liked the watch when it arrived but it was huge (more like a man's watch than a lady's) ~ the strap even at its smallest was too big for me and the face of the watch was massive on my wrist.
I returned the watch on the basis that it did't fit me.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by bunnee I
I am happy the strap is soft , and of stainless steel as I am allergic to nickel
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SWEEP-PEA SMART LOOKER
This was purchased as a gift.
Its funky design would appeal to both young and old, however I would of liked it to come in a more presentable package. it comes in a long plastic box, which i disappointed with but the watch is good
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