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Sterling silver watch

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IcelandicWarriors Mon 30-Oct-17 10:01:09

Looking for one for my 40th. I need one that can be adjusted as I have slim wrists. Had anyone seen any nice ones?

MatildaTheCat Mon 30-Oct-17 11:56:32

I have a beautiful one from Georg Jensen. The links can be removed to fit . My only problem is that the silver turns my skin black, especially if it’s warm. I’m considering painting the inside with clear nail varnish.

Unicorn81 Mon 30-Oct-17 18:29:55

Lots of nice ones in the fossil outlets, kight be some in sale online too, love fossil

TrollTheRespawnJeremy Mon 30-Oct-17 21:12:49

Does it have to be sterling silver? I find it bashes/tarnishes something terrible on watches. I much prefer stainless steel for everyday wear.

MrsPestilence Mon 30-Oct-17 21:16:40

Budget?

Stainless is more practical.

LaurieFairyCake Mon 30-Oct-17 21:18:00

If it’s sterling silver it won’t turn skin black, it’s only mixed alloys that do that.

IcelandicWarriors Mon 30-Oct-17 21:43:25

I'd really like sterling silver. I have one my dad bought me about 20 years from Rotary but lost the links I took out and now it's too small.

Ill take a look at the suggestions. Nothing massively expensive.

IcelandicWarriors Mon 30-Oct-17 21:47:48

Do you have a link to the fossil one?

TrollTheRespawnJeremy Thu 02-Nov-17 19:42:34

Fossil don't do a silver watch- just silver tones stainless steel.

You could contact rotary and see if they can supply some spare links?

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