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This review is from: Accurist Men's Chronograph Watch MB936NN (Watch)
I bought this when it was reduced to £47 and I'm very impressed. It's a nice size and weight (bigger than my old Pulsar by a few mm but this gives it the air of something much more expensive) and it has a nice chunky feel. The face is very clear to read and the illumination lasts the night. The buttons and crown are solid and there is a nice reassuring movement to them both when pressed/pulled. It also comes with 3 year warranty.
Incidentally, I've just read the earlier review and I have to say that I don't recognise the complaints made. The strap CAN be adjusted and is a very good size out of the box (I'm over 6ft and 17 stone and it's a nice loose fit for me - I'm not sure how big a wrist the other chap has though!) but if required there is detailed instruction on how to adjust the Z-strap in the supplied book along with a tape measure/wrist gauge to assist. You can either adjust it yourself (literally a 2 minute job using a pin) or, if you don't feel confident enough, send it back to Accurist who will adjust it for you for no cost other than return postage.
One point to note is that this watch fluctuates in price a lot (from £40-odd to over £100) but even at the top-end it would have felt well worth the outlay (ignore the silly RRP!). Easily 5 stars from me.
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Initial post: 29 Dec 2011 22:18:44 GMT
I bought one as well and am so slim am 6 3'' and 31w
the strap is so short so u must be lucky that u got a long strap
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2012 21:37:29 GMT
Amazoomoo Wikipoodlia says:
Good LORDY LORDINGTON of OhMiGod, why are people giving their height & weight or height & waist sizes or inside leg or whatever!?
JUST MEASURE YOUR WRIST AND PUT THAT IN! THAT's the only possibly relevant, useful bit of info here!
It's not as though it's difficult, either - all you need is a flippin' piece of string or a strip of paper and a ruler, I'm sure you can manage to find that somewhere around the house or office!!
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