Out of stock everywhere anyway. Only available through unscrupulous Ebayers
You're not really supposed to do that on here (as far as I know) - you'd be better submitting a request on the Ask forum.
I want a better deal that's why I post the link to see if people got better deal
I wouldn't spend £99.99 on a Sekonda/Seksy watch, but that's just me!
Seems to be rrp
You are the man!
@sane4sure I said I'd keep an eye out for you ;)
Maybe it'll be watches when this ends next week?
Watches definitely not included (shame)!
Lol yourself: Citizen use a lithium ion rechargeable battery and have done for a while if not always, as my own citizen's manual states it. I know Seiko used capacitors for Kinetic originally as I also have an old one.
LOL So what do they use? Rechargeable batteries? X) All Eco-Drive watches uses capacitors and all Quartz watches uses batteries.
I agree this is a low end model and regularly around this price, so I don't see this as a particular deal to vote on (either way). However, it should have a lithium battery, not a capacitor and Citizen claim it's been tested to the equivalent of 20 years use. My Kinetic (now nearly 20 years old) does have a capacitor and needs replacing - not sure if they still use capacitors. My Citizen is radio-controlled and has sapphire glass but before buying it I did try some models like this (in fact think one was this exact model) in they likes of Argos and H. Samuel, at around this price and you can feel the difference in the weight and quality straight away.
Topcashback at 6.9% both sites 4% odd if this is classed as a sale item (doesnt look like it)
I had this watch. Beautiful watch though. I bought for almost double this price. So for under £100 its a bargain.
Sigh. Chav alert.
Nope. Nice watch but wouldn't pay £199,50 for it. :|
did your order one ?
Good job it's only £199.50 then. When is yours arriving?
Hot! Thank you!
Hot! Thank you!
u guys are lucky... im spending about 7.5k on a 1ct diamond
Yes it is looked at the independent reviews and they are very good, plus you can ring them and speak to someone straight away, i'll defiantly use again
Is the website reliable???
Mate go to purely diamonds just bought one for £1290 and had £90 bak on top cash back had it valued by a well known high street chain and a independent jeweller and came back at £2050, so have a look
Diamond Manufacturers were on Amazon but think they've dropped off. IIRC they self certify diamonds (in house) which makes it a bit riskier buying from them as opposed to almost all the other diamond quarter sellers who use the same big 3rd party laboratories to certify (and therefore compare) diamonds. I ordered from Quality Diamonds (after viewing in Milton Keynes) as my in-laws live there but they have a place in London too (Hatton Gardens). Good luck!
This deal is on all the time is not? Always in my store, I buy the 2l Vimtos a lot.
I didn't know Farmfoods were in F Hinds stores lol.
Has anyone had trouble using click and collect? I cant get it to work!!
disney princesses here
What makes you think this watch is an Eco Drive ??...... because this watch on Amazon is listed as Quartz.
no information about the watch at all. It is water resistant?
same price at Amazon
Eco-drive are excellent watches the rest is personal choice
in the tag section i think they were trying to explain that their caps lock is broken, HTH x
Yeah if you are 10 years old
I assume the OP is deaf or perhaps believes others on the site are? LOL
Will make some good gift for Valentines day? Too early planning, I assume ;)
It's £9.00/ gram for the vouchers, so if you want to buy something it's a pretty good deal. They do sell watches, diamonds, silver, etc. so you don't have to buy more gold! :roll: It's certainly better than the H Samuel offer which is only £5.96/ gram. However, if there's nothing you want and you don't want to use the vouchers as presents or something like that then you may prefer to take the best cash price you can find. Overall a fair offer which is likely to be of interest to some people but not everybody.
Hatton Garden Metals are buying 9 carat at £8.47 per gram @ the moment. Sent some off Wednesday evening and the money was in my account by midday Thursday! Brilliant!!
I'm surprised nobody has picked up on the obvious lunacy of this. All the recent 'sell your gold' advertising has been driven by the fact gold markets are at an all-time high. To sell gold for vouchers that can be used to buy more gold is utterly utterly stupid. What's more, if F. HINDS were to go bust (unlikely, but not impossible) you'd be left with worthless vouchers & no gold at all.
it never usually is the retailer always comes out on top one way or another its just another way for a company to make quick easy money.
Like all deals on here, it depends on the money. If the price they're paying us isn't good to start with, and the retail price of their catalogue stuff wouldn't make a hot deal on here then it seems the retailer is the winner. Vague and as good as meaningless without specific actual prices paid for gold. Not voting, as I can't see the ££££