Monday, 21 July 2014

Royal London Pocket Fob Watch from - An Honest Review

It coming to the time of the year again where students are tying up the loose ends of their nursing degree's ready to Qualify and become a fully fledged nurse. Being a nurse or carer must be such a rewarding job, but what do you buy a newly qualified nurse as a graduation gift?

Look no further than they have an amazing range of classy and good quality nursing fob watches for you to choose from. We were sent two from them and here is the first one.

Here is the Royal London Pocket Fob Watch , it has a vintage design to it, and looks beautiful when it is attached to your uniform.

The watch is fashionable, classic and elegant. It is perfect for clipping onto your nurses belt or attaching to your pocket, and then it can slip inside your pocket when your not using it.

The watch offers Base 30 pulsation, meaning
The face of a medical watch features a pulse scale, and when the second hand reaches the 12 o'clock you begin counting heartbeats. When you reach 30, see where the second has reached on the pulse scale, and you’ll find the number of heart beats per minute.
its so simple to follow and makes a nurses life easier instead of using a normal watch and having to work it out herself.

The watch comes in a beautiful box, ideal for a gift and on first look, you would think it would be heavy to wear as it is made of stainless steel, but it is actually really light and comfortable. For an added touch you can get the top bar engraved with the special persons name or graduation day on it, adding that extra special touch to it.

Kimmy, loved this watch as it was so light and elegant, and the fact it can clip onto a pocket and slide inside for safe keeping.

You can keep up to date with all the special offers and news on Twitter  just follow @watchshop or pop over to the website This watch has a RRP of £29.99 but can be bought online at  for £28.00 (prices are correct as of 20/07/14, but can change)

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