Three Citron watches  Argos £19.99
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Three Citron watches Argos £19.99

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Found 15th Dec 2016
Three watches for price of one,packed in a box.
5 year warranty.

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Isn't it the normal price for this watch set? What is the deal?

Madagascar

Isn't it the normal price for this watch set? What is the deal?



​The deal is, you get 3 crappy watches for £20. You may scoff, but there will be queues round the block tomorrow morning. Presumably, to the returns counter.

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esudl

​The deal is, you get 3 crappy watches for £20. You may scoff, but there … ​The deal is, you get 3 crappy watches for £20. You may scoff, but there will be queues round the block tomorrow morning. Presumably, to the returns counter.



​It comes with 5 year warranty plus argos warranty.

At £7 a watch is not to bad a deal id say you could use them for wearing to work or something so as not to wreck the rolex or the tag heuer :-D if your lucky enough to own one!
Edited by: "brian1977" 16th Dec 2016

This brand is the cheap £5 watches you find in seaside shops. Absolutely not a deal. They cost suppliers £2.20/unit to buy in. That said, they generally have a Miyota or Hitori movement and the watch could do 5 years. The strap on the other hand will be synthetic leather.

prefer the Peugeot watches myself

I think i purchased this same set as a present for my brother for Christmas. I took it straight back as 2 of the 3 watches had flat batteries. Asside from this, they look so cheap and tacky. They really are the same look and quality as the cheap £5 seaside town watches as someone has mentioned above. I wouldn't want them for free.

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furiousjammin

I think i purchased this same set as a present for my brother for … I think i purchased this same set as a present for my brother for Christmas. I took it straight back as 2 of the 3 watches had flat batteries. Asside from this, they look so cheap and tacky. They really are the same look and quality as the cheap £5 seaside town watches as someone has mentioned above. I wouldn't want them for free.



​These are branded watches with warranty not the Chinese unbranded selling on the roadside. I have had one I bought from Wilko for last 5 years which apart from battery change after two years works fine. But please keep receipt and paperwork to claim warranty if needed.

I had a 'Citron' branded ladies watch that I think came from one of the £5 displays in B&M or something when my 'proper' watch died as it was actually a really nice looking little watch, not tacky or blingy, just plain silver metal strap with a black face. It was only meant to be temporary, but did the job perfectly and I ended up wearing it every day for about 3 years until the battery went flat, which I didn't bother replacing. The silver finish never went green or tarnished as has happened on much dearer watches, and it kept perfect time. I'd buy again!!
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