Rated 1 out of 5Â by liana Poor quality
The color started fading after couple of week even though it did not come in contact with any perfumes or lotions.
The watch slipped out of my hand as it is so small, fell on a wooden floor and the glass cracked. I've been told to pay Â£55 to replace the glass even though the watch has been reduced to Â£49 on some websites.
It is very poor quality! Just looks nice.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Seagull A very classy looking watch?
I am delighted with my purchase. It was miles too big but quite straight forward to alter. I love the face with its "diamond" chips!
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