Men's Pulsar quartz watch with metal bracelet PJ6075X1 just £24.99 at 7DayShop
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Men's Pulsar quartz watch with metal bracelet PJ6075X1 just £24.99 at 7DayShop

£24.99£25.994%7dayShop Deals
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Posted 8th Aug
Day and date too. Sensible size at 38mm. Limited quantity.


4.8 / 5 (23 reviews)

  • VERY LIMITED STOCK ONLY: Supplied brand new with original presentation box plus a manufacturers 1 year warranty. A superb value, reliable, accurate and super smart gunmetal coloured mens watch...
  • High quality and durable stainless steel ion plated head / case and bracelet. Watch weighs a lightweight 121 grams. Head width 38mm, case depth 10mm. Tough and scratch-proof mineral glass.
  • Smart grey dial. Japanese quartz movement (battery powered) offers both reliable and accurate timekeeping and with a useful day and date window at the 3 o'clock position.
  • 3 hands 3 fold clasp, iBand Length (cm): 18.5 Band Width (cm):2, 100M water resistance so this is an ideal watch for everyday use and a bit more!
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gu2gan08/08/2019 10:43

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pulsar-Gents-Stainless-Steel-PJ6075X1/dp/B01MSEIOXR/ref=sr_1_47?qid=1565257382&refinements=p_4%3APulsar&s=watch&sr=1-47



For those who are thinking why is this just a link with no context, I think the poster meant to say 7dayshop are also selling the watch on Amazon for £25.99
Great price
fishtastic08/08/2019 11:01

For those who are thinking why is this just a link with no context, I …For those who are thinking why is this just a link with no context, I think the poster meant to say 7dayshop are also selling the watch on Amazon for £25.99


Why use lot word when few do trick.
Pulsar is currently one of the "cheap" brands belonging to Seiko (the other being Lorus).

This is a quality watch, 99% sure it has a Japanese Seiko-Pulsar movement, for a very nice price.

Beats 99.9% of the "clothes branded" watches too
As much as I like the look (and the price) of this watch, for me the first thing to check with steel bracelet watches is whether the bracelet has solid, or folded, links. From the admittedly few images of this watch is looks like the links are folded, which makes it an immediate no-deal for me. Life's too short for folded links!
SharkSandwich08/08/2019 12:27

As much as I like the look (and the price) of this watch, for me the first …As much as I like the look (and the price) of this watch, for me the first thing to check with steel bracelet watches is whether the bracelet has solid, or folded, links. From the admittedly few images of this watch is looks like the links are folded, which makes it an immediate no-deal for me. Life's too short for folded links!


Might help people if you said why! Chances are it's the cheaper type though at this price. What were you expecting for twenty five quid, an Omega?
Pitty there seems to be no actual pictures of this watch in grey anywhere apart from the cartoony ones, tempting gamble tho.
SharkSandwich08/08/2019 12:27

As much as I like the look (and the price) of this watch, for me the first …As much as I like the look (and the price) of this watch, for me the first thing to check with steel bracelet watches is whether the bracelet has solid, or folded, links. From the admittedly few images of this watch is looks like the links are folded, which makes it an immediate no-deal for me. Life's too short for folded links!


I bought this last time it was posted and can confirm they are folded links which were a little trickier to resize.

Pretty happy with it for a tidy everyday office watch but looked noticeably less robust next to a rotary chronograph watch (which isn't exactly top end but was probably 4-5 times the cost of this one).
Baldricky09/08/2019 12:10

Is that a crossword clue?


It's a Kevin from the office quite, obvs.
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