My experience with Spoon watches lasted for a year, almost to the day. I bought one for £100.00 and was initially very pleased with my purchase. The watch looked good and I was happy. The watch came with excellent features, few of which I ever used, timer, stopwatch, world time, 5 alarms etc. And was housed in a metal case. The watch was suscepable to getting many dents, dings and scratches from all but the most minor touches. This continued until my nice new watch started to look distinctly old and not quite the spaced aged timepiece that I had bought. having had the watch for about nine months the built in light started to malfunction by only coming on for a split second, not giving me enough time to actually tell what the time was. This made the watch totally useless in all but vey light conditions. After a few more months the watch really started to go wrong. Eventually the display went blank and the watch started to emmit a very annoying electonic bleeping noise. By this time I had had enough it had become unusable and I discarded it. This is a reflection of my own personal experience with a Spoon watch. My girfriend has had one for about two years now and hers seems to be of much better quality, especially in terms of durability and not getting damaged with any contact. A £100.00 for a watch that lasts a year seems to be a bit on the expensive side. I now have any Omega watch, considerably more than £100.00 but hopfully it will also last considerably longer.
I had one of these watches for about 3-4 years before I got my rolex and it never let me down once. It wasnt the one shown in the picture above it was gold and had a white face... I've still got it some where. It had a big face, a solid strap and look like it was worth 1000's, even though I only paid £50 for it in a sale. I think the retail price for it was anout £100 (bargin ey). So this watch dont only look good it is very practical aswell. Anyway, the only bad point I can think of with this watch is that is was gold plated and it seemed to loose its colour after the first year or so.
first i would like to aknowledge that my pulsar spoon looks nothing like the picture, yet im sure that it is equally if not better than the picture. (back to the watch) i had never heard of pulsar until it was my b'day and my girlfriend gave me my spoon, from then on it opened my eyes to pulsar and the great watches that they bring out. when i go around shops, i see many cheap watches which have based there own watches on pulsars. this alone shows that pulsar are definitely setting the fashion. my own watch is built as solid as a brick yet small and appealing. theres not much to say about the watch itself as there is only a few menus. it tells you the time(as you'd expect), it has a stopwatch which you can save up to 3 lap times, it has a pace menu which ive been told that its used to keep you at a steady pace(it does this by beeping), it has timer and alarm. pulsar have a wide range of watches which i think all look nice, if you want paeople to be jealous then look no further, pulsar watches are for you.