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Men's Military Style Thermometer Compass Function Black PU Band Quartz Wrist Watch #00382537

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Key Features

  • Precise, high-quality Japanese-quartz movement
  • Featuring thermometer and compass decoration
  • Reasonal price, classy quality
  • Specifications

    Gender Men's,
    Movement Quartz,
    Movement type Japanese Quartz,
    Type Military Watch,
    Display Analog,
    Case Material Steel,
    Dial Color Black,
    Case Diameter ≥50mm,
    Case Diameter Approx 5.5,
    Case Thickness Approx 0.8,
    Band Material PU,
    Band Color Black,
    Band Length Approx (CM) 21.3,
    Band Width Approx (CM) 3.6,
    Net Weight(kg) 0.08,
    Note The small sub-dials on the watch face are for decoration only.,
    Shown Color Black,

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    • By yayra173
    • Verified Buyer
    • Dec 16, 2014
    I love it exactly as the picture but was disappointed by the delivery it took so long it said 3 to 5 working days but it took longer.. but overall love your website, will deff continue shopping here thumb up.

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    • By georg710
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    • Dec 13, 2014
    Часы понравились. Советую всем, кому нравится этот стиль.

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    • By bizisina
    • Verified Buyer
    • Nov 05, 2014
    Great Deal , Recommended Seller

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    • By ghosy009
    • Verified Buyer
    • Sep 11, 2014
    excellent watch with good fit and color

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    • By Robert
    • Verified Buyer
    • Jul 25, 2014
    Take this review with a grain of salt. I've rated it as 'excellent', but that is with the $11.39 price tag firmly in mind. In the past, I've paid over 5x that for a watch-band alone.

    That being said, I'm really not sure that the thermometer does anything and I don't like how the smaller dials inside the main watch face are strictly cosmetic - though I previously suspected that this was probably the case as there is only the one knob on the bezel. The three-armed, propeller-style second hand is absolutely ace.

    The wrist band looks great, but is extremely cheaply manufactured from very inexpensive materials and won't stand up to more than one or two 'sweaty' or rain-soaked outtings. Even then, I can tell it's going to fall apart eventually.

    But for under $12, you really can't ask for more. It's a great bit of cheesy fun and I highly recommend it - just remember, it's not going to become a 'family heirloom'. Enjoy!
    **Update** I'm wearing this watch a lot in this hot summer we've been having and am happy to report that it's standing up quite well. The compass IS functional by the way.
    **Update** The band lasted, but the body didn't - one of the pin-holes for the band bar-ends cracked and the watch kept falling off. Got about 18 months out of it. I'll probably get another one.
    • Great review and Thank you. How long have you had it and does the compass work well? one more thing, is the second hand the one with the white hand?
      By mycontacts1212 Dec 02, 2013
    • Hey, nice review. How has the watch held up and how accurate is the compass and thermometer? Also, is that propeller's white hand the second hand? Thanks in advance
      By mycontacts1212 Dec 03, 2013

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