Casio G Shock GD-350-1BER £39.95 (Prime Members) @ Amazon
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Casio G Shock GD-350-1BER £39.95 (Prime Members) @ Amazon

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Edited by:"stovy"Found 13th Dec 2017
Really good price for a good looking G Shock...
I would get it if I already did not have another G Shock, they are fantastic watches

ONLY FOR PRIME MEMBERS, sorry!

Dont vote cold only because they are chunky and big, some people like this style...

£46 now

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ro53ben8 m ago

Precisely that. Not even interested in the watch. Without tough solar, I …Precisely that. Not even interested in the watch. Without tough solar, I wouldn't want a G-Shock.


Solar wouldn’t do you much good living under that rock anyways..

ro53ben13 m ago

Cold - £119.98 including the required Prime subscription.


So despite it saying prime members in the title you thought you’d come in here and moan at the price because you don’t have prime lol. Jog on.
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Cold - £119.98 including the required Prime subscription.

ro53ben2 m ago

Cold - £119.98 including the required Prime subscription.


Take out a free trial subscription ...

heat from me, cracking price..

Capitalist1 m ago

Take out a free trial subscription ...


Only available to new customers.

ro53ben4 m ago

Cold - £119.98 including the required Prime subscription.


Pay a student to buy it

ro53ben13 m ago

Cold - £119.98 including the required Prime subscription.


So despite it saying prime members in the title you thought you’d come in here and moan at the price because you don’t have prime lol. Jog on.

IndyS8 m ago

Pay a student to buy it


I think it's easier just to pay the £4 extra and not be an Amazon customer. Prime is totally over-rated.

GreenLantern821 m ago

So despite it saying prime members in the title you thought you’d come in h …So despite it saying prime members in the title you thought you’d come in here and moan at the price because you don’t have prime lol. Jog on.


Precisely that. Not even interested in the watch. Without tough solar, I wouldn't want a G-Shock.

ro53ben8 m ago

Precisely that. Not even interested in the watch. Without tough solar, I …Precisely that. Not even interested in the watch. Without tough solar, I wouldn't want a G-Shock.


Solar wouldn’t do you much good living under that rock anyways..

ro53ben12 m ago

I think it's easier just to pay the £4 extra and not be an Amazon …I think it's easier just to pay the £4 extra and not be an Amazon customer. Prime is totally over-rated.



I've used it so many times since signing up, extremely useful for next day delivery when you're as disorganised as I..

IndyS14 m ago

I've used it so many times since signing up, extremely useful for next day …I've used it so many times since signing up, extremely useful for next day delivery when you're as disorganised as I..


I was a customer for many years but they constantly failed the next day delivery. At first I was happy with the free months they kept adding on, then I realised they were giving me extra months are failed deliveries. In the end, I realised it wasn't worth the hassle and binned it off earlier this year.

In the 6 or 7 months since then, I've spent about £3 on delivery charges with them. Everything else was free as the order was over £20. Deliveries to lockers tend to arrive next day anyway and, tbf, I rarely actually need stuff next day - it's just a state of mind having free next day puts you in.

Actually surprised how much I've been buying from other places like Argos and eBay. I've discovered Tesco has most blu-ray discs for the same price as Amazon now, even in store where I can have them now, not next day.

Prime costs £8 a month and I put that into a money box each month. Every time I have to pay for a delivery, I take it out of the £8. I've now got £53 in my money box and am still an Amazon customer, just not as often.

ro53ben50 m ago

Cold - £119.98 including the required Prime subscription.


Prime can be had on a pay monthly basis, which would work out at £47.94 delivered (or less) for this watch rather than £119.98 as you suggest.
Edited by: "windhoek" 13th Dec 2017

windhoek2 m ago

Prime can be had on a pay monthly basis, which would work out at £47.94 …Prime can be had on a pay monthly basis, which would work out at £47.94 delivered (or less) for this watch rather than £119.98 as you suggest.


Still cold, cheaper elsewhere.

ro53ben27 m ago

Still cold, cheaper elsewhere.


Where?

ro53ben45 m ago

I was a customer for many years but they constantly failed the next day …I was a customer for many years but they constantly failed the next day delivery. At first I was happy with the free months they kept adding on, then I realised they were giving me extra months are failed deliveries. In the end, I realised it wasn't worth the hassle and binned it off earlier this year.In the 6 or 7 months since then, I've spent about £3 on delivery charges with them. Everything else was free as the order was over £20. Deliveries to lockers tend to arrive next day anyway and, tbf, I rarely actually need stuff next day - it's just a state of mind having free next day puts you in.Actually surprised how much I've been buying from other places like Argos and eBay. I've discovered Tesco has most blu-ray discs for the same price as Amazon now, even in store where I can have them now, not next day.Prime costs £8 a month and I put that into a money box each month. Every time I have to pay for a delivery, I take it out of the £8. I've now got £53 in my money box and am still an Amazon customer, just not as often.


Valid points, I only joined this year and finding it a novel experience. I do still compare with other outlets and 'usually' won't find myself sucked in by the convenience of next day delivery. It's possible I've been lucky, as had no such delivery woes, all products have arrived on time. My one major gripe is the over packaging of goods with masses of paper and bubble wrap in oversized boxes.

Good price

ro53ben43 m ago

Still cold, cheaper elsewhere.


where on earth mate.. please

ash1e37 m ago

Where?



jain23621 m ago

where on earth mate.. please


Just google for GD-350-1BER and look at results. £47 in a couple of places that I see.

IndyS30 m ago

Valid points, I only joined this year and finding it a novel experience. …Valid points, I only joined this year and finding it a novel experience. I do still compare with other outlets and 'usually' won't find myself sucked in by the convenience of next day delivery. It's possible I've been lucky, as had no such delivery woes, all products have arrived on time. My one major gripe is the over packaging of goods with masses of paper and bubble wrap in oversized boxes.



I have never had a problem with delivery either and it’s worth every penny for me however I do agree that packaging is ridiculous.

ro53ben4 m ago

Just google for GD-350-1BER and look at results. £47 in a couple of places …Just google for GD-350-1BER and look at results. £47 in a couple of places that I see.



watchshop

jain2363 m ago

watchshop


Well, yes, that's one of them. I try not to promote places - although I expect that's a great price considering they pay UK taxes.

ro53ben6 m ago

Well, yes, that's one of them. I try not to promote places - although I …Well, yes, that's one of them. I try not to promote places - although I expect that's a great price considering they pay UK taxes.



Nah i’ll just stick to saving some more money with my Prime membership with next day delivery as I don’t giving a flying **** whether they pay tax or not

Rossmor409 m ago

Nah i’ll just stick to saving some more money with my Prime membership w …Nah i’ll just stick to saving some more money with my Prime membership with next day delivery as I don’t giving a flying **** whether they pay tax or not


You go ahead with saving £7 by spending £79.99. Have a good Christmas - I expect you'll order all your gifts on 23rd December to ensure you get great value from next day delivery. :O)

ro53ben53 m ago

Well, yes, that's one of them. I try not to promote places - although I …Well, yes, that's one of them. I try not to promote places - although I expect that's a great price considering they pay UK taxes.


It's an effing deals site, with the whole ethos being to "promote places" - it's not the BBC!

Rickardo10 m ago

It's an effing deals site, with the whole ethos being to "promote places" …It's an effing deals site, with the whole ethos being to "promote places" - it's not the BBC!


Last time I promoted a place I got into trouble so I don't bother any more.

ro53ben2 h, 28 m ago

I was a customer for many years but they constantly failed the next day …I was a customer for many years but they constantly failed the next day delivery. At first I was happy with the free months they kept adding on, then I realised they were giving me extra months are failed deliveries. In the end, I realised it wasn't worth the hassle and binned it off earlier this year.In the 6 or 7 months since then, I've spent about £3 on delivery charges with them. Everything else was free as the order was over £20. Deliveries to lockers tend to arrive next day anyway and, tbf, I rarely actually need stuff next day - it's just a state of mind having free next day puts you in.Actually surprised how much I've been buying from other places like Argos and eBay. I've discovered Tesco has most blu-ray discs for the same price as Amazon now, even in store where I can have them now, not next day.Prime costs £8 a month and I put that into a money box each month. Every time I have to pay for a delivery, I take it out of the £8. I've now got £53 in my money box and am still an Amazon customer, just not as often.


Music and video comes with it, its not just the delivery. We use it all. If you don't use the streaming services then it may not be for you.

Would have got this if I hadn't just bought the recent Argos/eBay deal.

Ended up buying this in the end so thanks for posting

Original Poster

£46.75 now so expired it
Edited by: "stovy" 14th Dec 2017
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