Stylish Sekonda Gents Quartz Watch - just £12.24 @ Argos (1/2 price) ! - HotUKDeals
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This stylish Sekonda Gents Quartz Watch is reduced again to £12.24 @ Argos..

Absolute bargain @ £12.24. FREE strap adjustment service available from selected Argos branches.

Features : Blue dial with silver day, date and 24 hour sub dials | Stainless steel bracelet with double lock safety clasp.
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[admin]#1
:thumbsup: + Heat
#2
Thanks JB :)

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/2540984A64UC210448M.jpg
#3
I bought one of these the last time they did them for that price (a year ago). Used it for work only (computer and printer engineer) and still working fine with not a scratch on it.

WELL worth the money.
#4
How do you find out if the store does free adjustment?
#5
gary_rip
How do you find out if the store does free adjustment?


i got one of these a coupel of weeks ago...

Sekonda do strap adjustment for free. In the box is a measuring guide, you then send it off....unsure if the store does it tho! HTH :thumbsup:
#6
I bought this watch for a Christmas present around the end of October for this price and had it re-sized in my local store free of charge at the end of December no problem.. I did check before I purchased it - informimg them that it was a Christmas present and they just said " As long as you keep your receipt it's fine!"
HTH
Regards
Sparkleworld.

P.s Fab watch!
#7
Plenty of stock about and a smart looking watch for the money......quite tempted myself
#8
Got one of these last time round, wearing it now, love it.
#9
Thanks Edi, going to treat Hubby :thumbsup:
#10
Nice deal! thinking of buying one but are they water resistant?
#11
just picked one up for OH, it is water resistant up to 30 metres, nice looking, sturdy watch for the money, Cheers OP.
#12
sparkleworld;1497531
I bought this watch for a Christmas present around the end of October for this price and had it re-sized in my local store free of charge at the end of December no problem.. I did check before I purchased it - informimg them that it was a Christmas present and they just said " As long as you keep your receipt it's fine!"
HTH
Regards
Sparkleworld.

P.s Fab watch!

Just took a watch into my local store (Redcar) for adjustment.Didn't ask for a receipt or any thing,just did it on the spot,there and then.:thumbsup:
#13
bazr;1498459
Just took a watch into my local store (Redcar) for adjustment.Didn't ask for a receipt or any thing,just did it on the spot,there and then.:thumbsup:

Do they actually know what a receipt is in Redcar????...and as for VAT!!!!! LOL
#14
currychops;1499058
Do they actually know what a receipt is in Redcar????...and as for VAT!!!!! LOL

Of course we do,it's that little bit of paper that posh southern people get when they buy something instead of nicking it like it us common northerners.:roll:
And VAT,isn't that what you keep wine in.
#15
good deal, reserved one as a birthday present, cheers, heat added :thumbsup:
#16
good deal-looks quite smart too, just bought myself one. thanks
#17
might get one of these, i dont have a smart watch
#18
i just got one :)

a bit big just now but will resize soon if not looks like i might pop into my argos..."again"


nice one !
#19
samshorty;1497662
Nice deal! thinking of buying one but are they water resistant?


Up to 30m
#20
Great Deal.................. I was looking for a watch for work , that`ll do nicely
lovely jubbley ................. cushty
#21
Just what I needed, cheers
#22
Thanks for this edi :thumbsup:

Got mine reserved :thumbsup:
#23
Thanks mate, reserved one and will pick up tomorow
#24
Thanks guys :)

wstrainer;1502453
Just what I needed, cheers


Welcome to HUKD wstrainer :)
#25
bazr
Of course we do,it's that little bit of paper that posh southern people get when they buy something instead of nicking it like it us common northerners.:roll:
And VAT,isn't that what you keep wine in.


Hahahaha you are very funny.

I work in Argos and yes adjustments are free and most stores dont ask for receipts its just a matter of somebody who knows how to do adjustments actually working.

But good luck :D
#26
do they get "trained" to adjust them then?
#27
Do Argos do the bracelet adjustment instore for free?
#28
Vegeta;1505182
Do Argos do the bracelet adjustment instore for free?

lol, dont be silly :roll:
#29
gary_rip
lol, dont be silly :roll:


Silly me for not entirely reading the OP :whistling:
#30
cullet16

I work in Argos and yes adjustments are free and most stores dont ask for receipts its just a matter of somebody who knows how to do adjustments actually working.

But good luck :D


Great deal! Just got one but they told me that they had to send it away for adjustment and it would take at least 2 weeks. :shock: Took it home and did it myself in 5 minutes! It is easy to take the links out because there are little cut outs on the back of the first 3-4 links which allow you to push the pins out! :thumbsup:
#31
Gitfinger
Great deal! Just got one but they told me that they had to send it away for adjustment and it would take at least 2 weeks. :shock: Took it home and did it myself in 5 minutes! It is easy to take the links out because there are little cut outs on the back of the first 3-4 links which allow you to push the pins out! :thumbsup:



Any chance of a slightly more detailed description please. I just can't see what the method for removing the links is, obviously the arrows are getting at something..I was following this guide http://www.schlatter.org/watchband.htm which is the same idea..but I'm a little lost.

Any help appreciated :thumbsup:
#32
Great deal just bought one, bought the ladies one the other day. Heat added, cheers.
1 Like #33
simplygifted
Any chance of a slightly more detailed description please. I just can't see what the method for removing the links is, obviously the arrows are getting at something..I was following this guide http://www.schlatter.org/watchband.htm which is the same idea..but I'm a little lost.

Any help appreciated :thumbsup:


Very similar to that guide apart from the pins look different. You should be able to see a little bump of metal inside the round cut out on the last 3-4 links closest to the clasp, this is part of the pin, if you push the bump with the blade of a small screw driver in the direction of the arrows the pin will push out, you can then pull the pin completely out with a pair of pliers. It does take a bit of pressure to push the bump on the pin under the metal of the link but it does move eventually!.
I can't really think of any other way of explaining it but if you have any more questions just PM me again. :)
#34
Gitfinger
Very similar to that guide apart from the pins look different. You should be able to see a little bump of metal inside the round cut out on the last 3-4 links closest to the clasp, this is part of the pin, if you push the bump with the blade of a small screw driver in the direction of the arrows the pin will push out, you can then pull the pin completely out with a pair of pliers. It does take a bit of pressure to push the bump on the pin under the metal of the link but it does move eventually!.
I can't really think of any other way of explaining it but if you have any more questions just PM me again. :)


Thanks for that mate, I think I just need to push it harder and maybe find something better than a paper clip to use :lol:

Will have another go later :thumbsup:

I'll add rep now :)
#35
Ah success, was alot easier using a knife than a paper clip!..one pin is now slightly bent out of shape, and the other one won't quite slide right in, but atleast it fits!! :thumbsup:
#36
Glad you got it sorted. :thumbsup: I'm still trying to work out how to change the day on it! :?
#37
Gitfinger
Glad you got it sorted. :thumbsup: I'm still trying to work out how to change the day on it! :?


Can't help you there I'm afraid...but I wonder how it knows when its a 30 day month and when its a 31 day month etc. :? Maybe its obvious and I'm being thick...guess I'll find out what happens at the end of February!
#38
simplygifted
Can't help you there I'm afraid...but I wonder how it knows when its a 30 day month and when its a 31 day month etc. :? Maybe its obvious and I'm being thick...guess I'll find out what happens at the end of February!


On a watch like this when there are less than 31 days in the month you have to advance it manually by pulling the adjuster out part way and turning it anticlockwise. I thought that turning it clockwise would alter the day but it doesn't. :?

As usual it does help if I read the instructions :oops: I now know how to alter the day!
#39
back @ £12.24 again :)

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