First wrist watch - any ideas?

(8 Posts)
EmGee Tue 13-Sep-16 21:09:19

For DD who will be 7 in December. She likes pink. I would rather something with a simple face that she can actually use to tell the time rather than something covered in images/patterns etc.

I had wondered about this from ELC

Any other ideas gratefully received!

Muddlingalongalone Tue 13-Sep-16 21:13:46

I like that & great at half price but it seems a little childish to me for reasons I can't explain.
Have you looked at jewellers? Something like this www.fhinds.co.uk/watches/childrens-watches/Lorus-RG249KX9-Childrens-Pink-Time-Teacher-Watch-W5780

Janek Tue 13-Sep-16 21:15:19

Swatch make childrens watches called flik flak - dd has one, i really like it.

coolpatterngirl Tue 13-Sep-16 21:36:31

Ditto Jane above, mine have lasted years.

pleasetryanother1 Wed 14-Sep-16 00:09:32

I got this one for dd6 - she loved it http://www.watchshop.com/childrens-flik-flak-cute-size-magical-unicorns-watch-fbnp033-p99976595.html?utmsource=froogle&utmm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=shoppingfeeds&source=froogle&gclid=COnw1Y-7jc8CFYXnGwodh6MCUQ&gclsrc=aw.ds

EmGee Wed 14-Sep-16 14:30:57

Thanks for the suggestions. I have narrowed it down to the flick flak model as the reviews for the Lorus suggested it was difficult to adjust the strap for skinny wrists!

Sloegin2 Thu 15-Sep-16 17:29:18

My son is 7 and has the Lorus - he's super skinny and it is tightened up as far as it can go but it's not difficult to adjust at all, he does it by himself :-)
He loves his - got it last Christmas and it's the only thing he uses daily.

idontlikealdi Thu 15-Sep-16 17:34:40

I bought that elc one last year for my daughters who were 4, it is pretty babyish. Timex do some nice ones that aren't expensive.

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