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So my wife surprised me on our anniversary a couple of weeks ago with this slinky little number.....


She went into TK Maxx hoping she could find something that I'd like and this was on offer for 25 quid. She remembered that I already have a Henry London three-hander so she got it for me.

It's noticeably heavier than my other one and has a nicer leather strap and cool domed crystal.


It's nothing fancy but I like retro-styled watches so I'm very pleased with it.


Criticisms: You've really got to give the chronograph buttons a good push. Lume is almost non-existent. It's not that easy to read at a glance (lots of reflection and a lot going on on the dial). Click on case back (I hate them)

Bonus extra: Well presented box with a tab that when lifted reveals amongst other things a "crystal restoring cloth". Nice touch.


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3 minutes ago, relaxer7 said:

Absolutely love everything about that watch - it's a real beauty!

Last time I checked it was available on the TK Maxx website for 35 quid.

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A rather nice looking watch :thumbsup:


I bought the Black dialled version from my local TKMaxx the other day for £18 in the clearance cabinet. I have not worn it yet but it looks OK.

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4 hours ago, Mrs Wiggles said:

There is a black version on ebay selling for £35. I was tempted, but don't think I could cope with the click on back

I've changed the battery on my other Henry London and managed it OK using a screwdriver and a lever operated case back press. As these things go it was fairly straightforward.

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