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Casio LADIES FELITE Waveceptor watch - £14.99
Casio LADIES FELITE Waveceptor watch - £14.99

Casio LADIES FELITE Waveceptor watch - £14.99

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this is a great watch you dont wind the time round and make a guess you set it to gmt time and it winds itself around and you can change the time on it for whatever country you are in so brill for holidays.

this is on sale at argos for £14.99 down from £49.99 it is not available for delivery just reserve and collect but its a lovely looking watch that will fit the largest of womens wrists (i have v big wrist) i looked elsewhere online and its still around £40 so a good saving if you after a smart looking watch thats a little bit different

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nice post

Thanks Rosalie

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/2775663SPA66UC303973X.jpg

that looks a nice watch:thumbsup:

is it chunky though,you say it fits larger wrists,can't say mine are large and do not want anything that looks ridiculously big,if you know what i mean.

muckypup

that looks a nice watch:thumbsup: is it chunky though,you say it fits … that looks a nice watch:thumbsup: is it chunky though,you say it fits larger wrists,can't say mine are large and do not want anything that looks ridiculously big,if you know what i mean.



I'm guessing the op just means it will also fit women with large wrists regarding the straps circumference. I'm also guessing it's one of those stretchy straps. I may be guessing totally wrong though lol

Original Poster

no its not a stretchy strap its a bracelet strap that can have links removed to fit. the watch face is about an inch square. its not massive just will need to remove the links for most wrists i think. i have worn ones that are a lot larger but that was in the late 80's when bigger was better hehe

Corinne

Thanks. Managed to find one in stock. I've got abit of a watch fetish at the mo!

anyone know how to remove the links on this watch??

Hey Frank,

I got one of these for the missus, and she needed links removed.

You'll need a very small screwdriver, and some good ol' fashioned elbow grease
The pins on the links are flat at one side, and round at the other. To remove the pin, use the screwdriver to push the rounded side of the pin, be warned, they are very stiff.

(easier/less hassle option is to take it to a jewellers), dunno if they charge though?

Hope that helps.
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