LEGO Kids' 4291329 City Policeman Watch with Link Bracelet and Figurine
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- Round watch featuring printed face with Arabic numerals and policeman figurine
- 25.0 mm plastic case and mineral dial window
- Japanese quartz movement with analog display
- Two link bracelets
- Water resistant to 165 feet (50 meters)
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If you're an adult female, I recommend the kids' size watch. I tried out the adult size, but it's more of a man's size -- it looked huge on my little she-wrist. This one is the perfect size. And the perfect price -- what other $25 watch will last 10 years? If it gets dirty, just take the links apart and scrub them with soapy water and an old toothbrush. Easy!
If you want to get a "Wow! Awesome!!!" reaction from a child when they open this gift, you will achieve that end. If you want a functioning watch, look elsewhere.
The pieces are cheaply made and come undone too easily which led my particular 8 year old to tears in crying that his watch was "Stupid!" I generally discourage emotional outbursts over petty matters, but his frustration was absolutely warranted. That a gift he had such excitement and hope for was effectively worthless really was heartbreaking.
On the other hand, the basic kid's Timex, velcro strapped watch we bought our other son last year has held up beautifully and is still going strong. ($15 at Walmart. Amazon used to sell it but I can't find it on here anymore as of the date of this review.)
Bottom line, if you want a time piece, get one. If you want legos, buy them. You shouldn't expect to meet both goals in this product.
Since my nephew is a Lego Fanatic I'm sure he will love it
I would certainly buy it for another child who appreciates what a Lego toy is
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thought it was going to be of better quality it's like a cheap flimsy plastic.Published 6 months ago by Elizabeth Melendez
It's really cute..it arrived in perfect condition. According to the Mom of the boy that the gift is for, it's what he wants and should love it.Published 18 months ago by Denise Nero