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Timberland Men's TBL.94502AEU/02A Quartz Watch with Black Dial Analogue Display and Leather Strap + Free Timberland Bag £74.81 @ Amazon
Timberland Men's TBL.94502AEU/02A Quartz Watch with Black Dial Analogue Display and Leather Strap + Free Timberland Bag £74.81 @ Amazon

Timberland Men's TBL.94502AEU/02A Quartz Watch with Black Dial Analogue Display and Leather Strap + Free Timberland Bag £74.81 @ Amazon

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found this timberland watch deal on amazon.ive picked this watch because of the great discount and decent reviews.however there are loads of watches in this offer.in the offer you also get a lovely timberland city bag valued at 45pounds.even if you value the bag at 20pounds brings this watch down to 54.81p.anyway i will let you make up your own minds.great deal in my opinion.this is the link to the offer listing all the watches in the offer.amazon.co.uk/b/r…031

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Unfortunately they appear to have increased the price of these watches to compensate for the "free" bag. Most of these were going for £40-50 not so long ago on Amazon. Reading the reviews of the bag, it also appears to be nothing more than a glorified cardboard box.

I'd personally avoid Timberland watches.
They are / were made through Endura, owned by Swatch, a private label manufacturing company.
Quality varies according to customers requirements and, going back five years or so, the movement used for Timberland was decidedly cheap and nasty. Of course this may well have changed since then, although looking at the entirely Vine reviews: the oblig five stars praise but there are critical (and negatively critical) reviews that, on reading, lead me to suspect this isn't the case.

My experience with poorly made Timberland boots (one pair replaced as not fit, the replacements lasted a month before consigned to collecting bin outside of a supermarket) supports, for me, this "avoid" recommendation.

You can do much better for £75

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tomj777

I'd personally avoid Timberland watches. They are / were made through … I'd personally avoid Timberland watches. They are / were made through Endura, owned by Swatch, a private label manufacturing company. Quality varies according to customers requirements and, going back five years or so, the movement used for Timberland was decidedly cheap and nasty. Of course this may well have changed since then, although looking at the entirely Vine reviews: the oblig five stars praise but there are critical (and negatively critical) reviews that, on reading, lead me to suspect this isn't the case. My experience with poorly made Timberland boots (one pair replaced as not fit, the replacements lasted a month before consigned to collecting bin outside of a supermarket) supports, for me, this "avoid" recommendation. You can do much better for £75


thanks tom
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