About 18 months ago Iw as given a smart watch for my birthday. Although I love it, it’s not the prettiest of items and I often feel a bit silly when I’m going somewhere nice and that is all I have to wear. As JHogg is a bit of a watch buff (some may say obsessive!) he often shares my thoughts on a watch being able to make or break an outfit.
The Alienworks Quartz in black is a unisex watch that is not only stylish, but also affordable. It seemed to be just what I needed to get me feeling good when I have that rare occasion to dress up and go out.
The watch comes it it’s own folded wallet to keep it safe when you’re not wearing it. I prefer this to the traditional watch boxes that you usually get as it is far less bulky to store. The watch is tucked inside and ready to use immediately.
As it is unisex the face of the watch is quite large. I really like this design, as there seems to be a trend for women wearing mens watches these days. However, for someone with very small wrists like me it is not so big that it feels bulky and uncomfortable.
The Milanese strap is fully adjustable. It is stylish yet durable, and allows for the watch to be as loose or tight as you like. As the watch is unisex the strap is a standard mens length, and for me that does leave quite a large amount of strap hanging loose which can be annoying.
The watch comes in a range of colours, but I really like the all black. It is subtle but classic and will compliment any outfit. Although I plan to use it mainly for evening wear, it would make the perfect day watch too. It is currently available for just £20.14 which is an absolute steal, and I’m inclined to go and get one in another colour to add to my collection.
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I was sent an Alienwork Quartz Watch in black for the purposes of carrying out this review. All words and opinions are my own.
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