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Fossil Flynn Chronograph Brown Leather Watch + Free Engraving - £59 delivered @ Fossil
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Fossil Flynn Chronograph Brown Leather Watch + Free Engraving - £59 delivered @ Fossil

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Posted 1st Oct
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PRODUCT DETAILS
Collection: 48 mm Flynn Movement Type: Quartz Chronograph Case Size: 48 mm Strap Material: Leather Water Resistant: 5 ATM
SPECS
CASE
  • Case Size: 48 mm
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Thickness: 13 mm
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel

DIAL
  • Dial Colour: Black

MOVEMENT
  • Movement Type: Quartz Chronograph

STRAP
  • Closure: Strap Buckle
  • Circumference: 200 +/– 5 mm
  • Strap Colour: Brown
  • Strap Width: 26 mm
  • Strap Material: Leather

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
  • Collection: 48 mm Flynn
  • Warranty: 2 Year Limited
  • Water Resistant: 5 ATM
  • Interchangeable: No

CARE
RECOMMENDED CAREWill your leather weather the elements? Don't take it in the shower (it doesn't like to swim) or let it sun(bathe). Clean with a soft dry cloth. Leather stained by cleaning is not covered under our warranty.


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13 Comments
Not a bad looking watch !!!!
Nice watch but it's £62 at watches2u so not a great saving. The free engraving is nice though
Nice watch!
48 is very large
Nicolas01/10/2019 22:32

48 is very large


As is majority of fossil watches, unfortunately... For elderly or men with 'the bigger, the better' attitude
Am I the only one who dislikes the "FOSSIL" lettering across the face. Other brands manage to look a bit more discrete
Had 1 fossil watch that was enough for me. Not very well made and half the range look like cheap tat.
KingAwKings02/10/2019 09:32

Had 1 fossil watch that was enough for me. Not very well made and half the …Had 1 fossil watch that was enough for me. Not very well made and half the range look like cheap tat.


I agree, but feel this way about all "designer label" watches.

They are made in factories en masse and there is no quality to the work and no heritage behind them. Just cheap watches made with cheap components but stamped with a label that people revere (for whatever reason).

In the past I have tried looking up the parts of these watches but there is never any information available which is worrying.

Perso ally, I would much rather buy a Seiko 5 (for example), if I wanted something cheap. At least you would have quality and heritage. I think if you know about watches you don't buy these kind of things, once you understand what goes into making a quality watch this wouldn't appeal.

Not being judgemental or snobbish, just how I see it.

I used to have a few Michael Kors chronograph watches. Loved them, but, once I started learning about watches and what makes them tick (pardon the pun), I sold all of them and bought myself some quality pieces from actual watch makers.
Ratlee9402/10/2019 06:51

As is majority of fossil watches, unfortunately... For elderly or men with …As is majority of fossil watches, unfortunately... For elderly or men with 'the bigger, the better' attitude


It’s like wearing one of these big alarms clocks on your wrist
Shoobz02/10/2019 10:43

I agree, but feel this way about all "designer label" watches. They are …I agree, but feel this way about all "designer label" watches. They are made in factories en masse and there is no quality to the work and no heritage behind them. Just cheap watches made with cheap components but stamped with a label that people revere (for whatever reason). In the past I have tried looking up the parts of these watches but there is never any information available which is worrying.Perso ally, I would much rather buy a Seiko 5 (for example), if I wanted something cheap. At least you would have quality and heritage. I think if you know about watches you don't buy these kind of things, once you understand what goes into making a quality watch this wouldn't appeal. Not being judgemental or snobbish, just how I see it. I used to have a few Michael Kors chronograph watches. Loved them, but, once I started learning about watches and what makes them tick (pardon the pun), I sold all of them and bought myself some quality pieces from actual watch makers.


This guy speaks sense.

Fashion watches are just jewellery. Some people are fine with that but if you actually have an interest in watches and their heritage then I dont think you would be happy with a fashion watch.
The heritage and background stories of some of the proper watchmakers is fascinating.

I have had a few microbrand watches as well. Some are good. Some aren't but I'd much rather put my money into someone keeping the skill alive than a chinese factory mass produced thing.
Phlop002/10/2019 11:13

This guy speaks sense.Fashion watches are just jewellery. Some people are …This guy speaks sense.Fashion watches are just jewellery. Some people are fine with that but if you actually have an interest in watches and their heritage then I dont think you would be happy with a fashion watch.The heritage and background stories of some of the proper watchmakers is fascinating.I have had a few microbrand watches as well. Some are good. Some aren't but I'd much rather put my money into someone keeping the skill alive than a chinese factory mass produced thing.


I too have a microbrand watch (Lorier: Hydra) and love it! Like you said, I am happy to pay money to someone keeping the skill alive!
Edited by: "Shoobz" 2nd Oct
Shoobz02/10/2019 10:43

I agree, but feel this way about all "designer label" watches. They are …I agree, but feel this way about all "designer label" watches. They are made in factories en masse and there is no quality to the work and no heritage behind them. Just cheap watches made with cheap components but stamped with a label that people revere (for whatever reason). In the past I have tried looking up the parts of these watches but there is never any information available which is worrying.Perso ally, I would much rather buy a Seiko 5 (for example), if I wanted something cheap. At least you would have quality and heritage. I think if you know about watches you don't buy these kind of things, once you understand what goes into making a quality watch this wouldn't appeal. Not being judgemental or snobbish, just how I see it. I used to have a few Michael Kors chronograph watches. Loved them, but, once I started learning about watches and what makes them tick (pardon the pun), I sold all of them and bought myself some quality pieces from actual watch makers.


Thanks for the detailed comment.
You speak truthfully.
I wouldn't class this fossil as designer but more of a every day watch.
I like my Bulova,s but that maybe because my father gave me his fathers years back.
Edited by: "KingAwKings" 2nd Oct
KingAwKings02/10/2019 12:39

Thanks for the detailed comment.You speak truthfully. I wouldn't class …Thanks for the detailed comment.You speak truthfully. I wouldn't class this fossil as designer but more of a every day watch.I like my Bulova,s but that maybe because my father gave me his fathers years back.


Watches are great gifts and it's amazing that you have a watch in your family line! That's testament to what good watches can be for you (if serviced)! Don't think a fossil watch will transcend generations in quite the same way!
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