- £80 to spend on a watch
You could do much worse than one of these, £47 to you sir:Posted 4 years ago
If you want something a bit ‘dressier’, then there’s these:
Bigger range here:
£80? Ha! Loddrick will be along soon to pour scorn on your poverty time piece. You would be as well drawing twelve equidistant marks in a circle on your wrist and hammering a nail in there as a sun dial you pauper.
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Genuine lol at Coyote. 😆Posted 4 years agokukonayaMember
The Swatch Chrono Plastic at £76.00 in black is a beautiful watch. Tough and works very well. Very comfortable, very practical, and really is a good looking watch. A non pretentious watch.Posted 4 years ago
The White one is also beautiful
Posted 4 years agobettyswollocksMember
Get yourself onto ebay and search for ‘shark sport watches’. You could get a watch for every day of the week for £80!
I got one for work (high risk of breakage so didn’t want to spend a fortune) fully expecting it to fall apart within hours of putting it on my wrist but after 12 months its never missed a beat.Posted 4 years agowoodlikesbeerMember
I got a nice simple Diesel watch for £85. Second diesel watch I’ve had and both proved very reliable.
Plus one for liking simple watches. I cannot understand chronographs. At what point does anyone need anything more than a second hand? It’s not like I need to time an egg to a thousandth of a second!Posted 4 years agoStirlingCrispinSubscriber
I have a Lorus Sports watch – titanium case, crystal face, waterproof and accurate to within seconds a month. Very light too. Less than £40.
And stocked by highstreet jewellers so you can try before you buy.
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