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TIMBERLAND Men's Analogue Sports Watch £31 @ Amazon UK
TIMBERLAND Men's Analogue Sports Watch £31 @ Amazon UK

TIMBERLAND Men's Analogue Sports Watch £31 @ Amazon UK

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A little more of a casual/sports watch than I've previously posted. Comes in two versions, all black or blue with a sliver bezel. Decent reviews, free and fast delivery with Prime.
RRP was £155.
Silicone strap
Date display
Analogue
Protective mineral glass
Quartz movement

10 Comments

Beware, look at the Amazon reviews, 17 out of 18 are from 'freebies', persons given the watch in exchange for a good review. The practice should be banned from Amazon.

Worth 31 and I bought it the other day when it came down

berisford

Beware, look at the Amazon reviews, 17 out of 18 are from 'freebies', … Beware, look at the Amazon reviews, 17 out of 18 are from 'freebies', persons given the watch in exchange for a good review. The practice should be banned from Amazon.


can u tel please where u see the reviews are from freebies,please!

ovi_andre

can u tel please where u see the reviews are from freebies,please!



Click on 'get deal' then click the '19 customer reviews', at the top of all but 1 is 'Vine Customer Review of Free Product'.



Edited by: "berisford" 6th Mar

berisford

Click on 'get deal' then click the '19 customer reviews', at the top of … Click on 'get deal' then click the '19 customer reviews', at the top of all but 1 is 'Vine Customer Review of Free Product'.



good to know that...thank you!
Edited by: "ovi_andre" 6th Mar

berisford

persons given the watch in exchange for a good review. The practice … persons given the watch in exchange for a good review. The practice should be banned from Amazon.



Agreed - but there are a couple of Vine reviews that are average/poor so how does that work if they're obliged to give a good review?

Original Poster

Movies, books and video games to review have been 'freebies' to magazine journalists for decades. Are they therefore all corrupt?

Looks like a £10 kiddies watch

Covert.Recon

Movies, books and video games to review have been 'freebies' to magazine … Movies, books and video games to review have been 'freebies' to magazine journalists for decades. Are they therefore all corrupt?


Just pointing out that 18 out of 19 reviews over the 7 months since the watch was made available have all been 'freebies' and the only other one isn't a 'verified purchase' either.
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