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Lorus Men's Lumibrite Grey Fabric Web Strap Watch £23.94 delivered at Argos
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Lorus Men's Lumibrite Grey Fabric Web Strap Watch £23.94 delivered at Argos

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Posted 6th May
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This men's watch by Lorus utilises luminous paint on its neon-esque dial to allow for a brighter glow. This combines with sharp and bold numbers to make it an extremely easy watch to read in all conditions. The stylish grey nylon webbing strap is the finishing touch on a top product.

Watch features:
  • Case width 35mm.
  • Stainless steel case.
  • Grey coloured fabric strap.
  • Quartz movement.
  • Water resistant to 100m.
  • Day and date display.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

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Bendown06/05/2020 21:47

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The oversized watch trend peaked 10-15 years ago really. It's pretty dated, even naff now. The current trend is actually going back to smaller, more retro designs. Actors like Ryan Gosling are popularising this trend. To me, wearing oversized watches screams attention-seeking (or trying to make up for something). A more discreet medium to small face that fits nicely to your wrist just looks classier in my opinion.
Edited by: "b0b1" 7th May
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Great price, thanks.
Fantastic looking.. Way better value than a tag... Have some heat 🔥
Edited by: "Johntwonames" 6th May
Heated, great watch, super practical for work
I've got this watch, agree it's a bit small. I collect watches and enjoy changing batteries, straps etc. This is the only watch I have ever been unable to get the back off to replace the battery, even a jeweller could not open this up.
Bendown06/05/2020 10:48

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Its actually 37mm

About as small as a bloke can go with out it being daft
Claybuster06/05/2020 11:04

I've got this watch, agree it's a bit small. I collect watches and enjoy …I've got this watch, agree it's a bit small. I collect watches and enjoy changing batteries, straps etc. This is the only watch I have ever been unable to get the back off to replace the battery, even a jeweller could not open this up.



According to a review from watchuseek 18/03/2019 the watch now has a screw down caseback
Edited by: "windyshaner" 6th May
£19.99 if collecting instore
Good watch, had one for years, didn't realise they were still available.
This is a lovely watch and very highly reviewed. This is also the cheapest I've seen it by far so very hot. That said on my just under 7 inch wrist it just kind of disappeared. It seems to wear smaller than its size suggests. Don't get me wrong, I don't think we all need to be wearing huge watches but it is worth keeping in mind!
cirian197506/05/2020 11:05

Its actually 37mm About as small as a bloke can go with out it being daft


I bought this last year precisely because I've got stick thin wrists and it's perfect for me, anything bigger would look daft. Replacement straps of different colours / designs can be found on eBay for a few quid if required.
cirian197506/05/2020 11:05

Its actually 37mm About as small as a bloke can go with out it being daft


Actually it depends on ones wrist size as well, also how good a persons eye sight is also needs to be factored in. For me 37mm is like something my partner would wear but we are all different.
I bought one a couple of months back for quite a bit more than this. Great watch although the strap has quickly got damaged on mine.
Great field watch with amazing lume. Lorus is part of Seiko so you know you're getting a solid watch with a Japanese movement. Much better than equivalent watches from Timex for example that rarely have this level of water resistance and often alloy instead of stainless steel cases.
Claybuster06/05/2020 11:04

I've got this watch, agree it's a bit small. I collect watches and enjoy …I've got this watch, agree it's a bit small. I collect watches and enjoy changing batteries, straps etc. This is the only watch I have ever been unable to get the back off to replace the battery, even a jeweller could not open this up.


Is the back of the watch like this?

youtube.com/wat…qQA
It’s a good and reliable watch. Have bought about 4 Years ago and it’s still running perfectly - even has same battery!
Smeeble06/05/2020 14:14

I bought this last year precisely because I've got stick thin wrists and …I bought this last year precisely because I've got stick thin wrists and it's perfect for me, anything bigger would look daft. Replacement straps of different colours / designs can be found on eBay for a few quid if required.


Exactly the same for me.
Though I do have some bigger ones too (especially divers) wish Seiko would reintroduce a smaller case size like the skx013 but with an up to date movement or even quartz/ solar
Perfect sizing for a field watch. Generally 38mm is the smallest I go for. I really appreciate smaller sized watches now- you just get used to them eventually 😃
I'll have to say, it's a bit small. If it was a few mm wider I'd have bought it
Bendown06/05/2020 21:47

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The oversized watch trend peaked 10-15 years ago really. It's pretty dated, even naff now. The current trend is actually going back to smaller, more retro designs. Actors like Ryan Gosling are popularising this trend. To me, wearing oversized watches screams attention-seeking (or trying to make up for something). A more discreet medium to small face that fits nicely to your wrist just looks classier in my opinion.
Edited by: "b0b1" 7th May
b0b107/05/2020 16:15

The oversized watch trend peaked 10-15 years ago really. It's pretty …The oversized watch trend peaked 10-15 years ago really. It's pretty dated, even naff now. The current trend is actually going back to smaller, more retro designs. Actors like Ryan Gosling are popularising this trend. To me, wearing oversized watches screams attention-seeking (or trying to make up for something). A more discreet medium to small face that fits nicely to your wrist just looks classier in my opinion.



Well said totally agree
Bendown07/05/2020 17:50

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They DO buy a big car etc for a statement. They DO buy the latest flashiest BIGGEST item "to make a statement" - to claim otherwise is denying the obvious There has, for example recently on here, been one type mocking people who don't have his big feet. And who flew into a tantrum because he got back what he dished out.
"Girly sized" is very similar - childish insults for no reason. How much anguish would it have caused you to say "I prefer bigger" ?
Bendown07/05/2020 18:27

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MINE were biased ? "Girly wrist" "girly sized" ? You have worded your comments to suit yourself.
People with a big family ? That'll be why they buy a 4x4 to go to a supermarket, then ?
The oldest quote going is comparing a bigger car with smaller in other departments. Not just IQ either.
As I said - why the need for petty comment when "I'd like a bigger fascia" wouldn't rattle any cages ?
Oh - and I'd already said myself it would need to be a little bigger for my tastes.
And the car we have is a fair size. Bought bigger for new grandkids. Not as common as bought to impress, though
Bendown07/05/2020 17:50

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You should have just kept your original reply which you deleted for some reason:

"It could also mean a small watch looks silly on a large wrist or even that a small watch is difficult to read if you have poor eyesight. We all have a choice and wear what we like."

That I entirely agree with. I was talking about oversized watches in relation to wrist size. As I said, a watch that fits nicely within your wrist will always look better, in my opinion. And yes legibility can be a factor if you have poor eyesight.

Instead you chose to repeat your disparaging references to 'girly' wrists/sizes that typifies just the kind of insecurity with masculinity I was talking about, and that leads a lot of men to the bigger is better mindset. These childish comments are just as bad as saying 'huge watches are fine if you have massive, chubby wrists', which I doubt you'd like. Just cut it out, it's embarrassing.
Edited by: "b0b1" 7th May
b0b107/05/2020 19:09

You should have just kept your original reply which you deleted for some …You should have just kept your original reply which you deleted for some reason:"It could also mean a small watch looks silly on a large wrist or even that a small watch is difficult to read if you have poor eyesight. We all have a choice and wear what we like."That I entirely agree with. I was talking about oversized watches in relation to wrist size. As I said, a watch that fits nicely within your wrist will always look better, in my opinion. And yes legibility can be a factor if you have poor eyesight. Instead you chose to repeat your disparaging references to 'girly' wrists/sizes that typifies just the kind of insecurity with masculinity I was talking about, and that leads a lot of men to the bigger is better mindset. These childish comments are just as bad as saying 'huge watches are fine if you have massive, chubby wrists', which I doubt you'd like. Just cut it out, it's embarrassing.


Please accept my apologies for any distress and embarrassment I may have caused people by saying ******* wrist, I did not realise that you people where so sensitive. I will remove my comments shortly as i do not wish to cause any more distress.
Edited by: "Bendown" 7th May
Bendown07/05/2020 19:45

Please accept my apologies for any distress and embarrassment I may have …Please accept my apologies for any distress and embarrassment I may have caused people by saying ******* wrist, I did not realise that you people where so sensitive. I will remove my comments shortly as i do not wish to cause any more distress.


Hahaha no distress here, and the only one who should be embarrassed here is you, for revealing an obvious insecurity over your masculinity by attempting to belittle others'.
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