Sekonda 50% off Amazon Deal of the Day - Ends in 5 Hours : Sekonda Men's Quartz Watch with Chronograph Display and Stainless Steel Bracelet  £38 @ Amazon
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Sekonda 50% off Amazon Deal of the Day - Ends in 5 Hours : Sekonda Men's Quartz Watch with Chronograph Display and Stainless Steel Bracelet £38 @ Amazon

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Sekonda is rubbish quality. I bought 2 from Amazon. Both stopped working after one month. Unless you know how to change battery , don't buy this as cells inside do last very long.

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Has got some.good reviews on amazon....check the ladies one as well...

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sam_of_london35 m ago

Sekonda is rubbish quality. I bought 2 from Amazon. Both stopped working …Sekonda is rubbish quality. I bought 2 from Amazon. Both stopped working after one month. Unless you know how to change battery , don't buy this as cells inside do last very long.


I bought a cheap Sekonda a couple of years ago - it looks great and keeps excellent time : I would definitely buy again. To change a battery, you take off the back, remove the old one, and put a new one in, then put the back on again. Batteries can be bought very cheaply on amazon.
Edited by: "jameshvc" 17th Nov

I bought a cheap Sekonda a couple of years ago too. It still keeps perfect time; but within a few months the bracelet had tarnished and now the bracelet is a total corrosion disaster (no, I can't see the possibility of changing the bracelet - if only!). However, as mentioned, the watch keeps perfect time and no battery change!
Edited by: "Sunrayho" 17th Nov

Very nice looking watch to be fair.but I don't need another. I would also add that despite the repuation I have friends who wear sekonda and always say they are great value.

Everyone checks their phone for time nowadays anyway, the amount of people wearing broken/dead watches

i don’t have to know how to change battery my local market fits new battery for £3

It’s extremely easy to replace a battery in a watch. Just get a cheap set of watch tools from eBay or Amazon for a few pounds. Batteries can cost as little as a pound as well. The only thing to note is whether the back screws or prises off, and the battery type, which has numbers and letters etched into it so you can buy the same for replacement. Same can be said for strap adjustment or replacement. You use a tool to retract the spring bars to remove straps, and a little hammer and the same tool to knock out the cotter pins holding each link if it’s a metal strap. Easily done, and saves quite a lot in the long run. Also no need to make trips to the jewellers to do this each time.
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