Storm Watches Reviews
Newest Review: ... for choice! The colors, the styles. Fantastic! Eventually I decided to get a Bubble style Storm! A modern bracelet style ... more
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Customer Storm Watches Reviews (7)
by - written on 29/09/00, updated on 29/09/00 (Very useful, 632 readings)
Storm have really captured a niche in the watch market. By targeting an audience of people who can't afford a Rolex or a Gucci, but nevertheless don't want to spend their day with a cheap watch and unattractive watch, Storm have made quite a name for themselves in the 'must have' stakes. They have achieved this through the combination of reasonably priced watches, incorporating a range catering for male and female, conservative through to completely insane and all with Storm's unmistakable style factor. Their unusual stylish designs are often imitated but there just seems to be something missing. I have worn Storm watches for nearly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/02, updated on 26/05/02 (Very useful, 1924 readings)
I had a Storm Oceanic watch given to me as a gift for Christmas 2000 and 18 months on, I still love the look of the watch. I agree with many people that Storm make lovely looking watches without having to break the bank to own one. The one critisism I have about this watch is the battery life. The watch has a battery for the digital readout and a battery for the analogue operation, but Storm quote 2 years life expectancy from the batteries, but as far as the analogue battery is concerned, that estimate is way out, as they often last under a year, sometimes little more than 6 months. The light illumination feature is hardly ever used ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/00, updated on 29/06/00 (Useful, 376 readings)
These stainless steel watches have been copied many times, but you still can’t beat a Storm watch for plain good looks. There are plenty of styles to choose from, some minimalist (I wear a watch with a numberless blue mirror behind the hands) to flash (such as one I saw where a button press flicks two clock faces out of a steel cover). I don’t know how practical some are, for example there’s one where you have to look in a flip-up mirror to read the reversed face, but they still look good. And of course you can always pick one to suit yourself, so if you don’t think you’ll be able to use one style comfortably you can always go for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/01, updated on 16/05/01 (Useful, 526 readings)
I asked my parents for a watch for christmas and, though I originally started looking at Gucci, etc, I saw the range of storm watches in John Lewis' and needed one right away. Unlike most watches, you do not need to compromise between an everyday casual trendy watch or full on glamour and style as these watches are true all rounders. Alot of the watches come with coloured faces and these are the most recognisable storm watches, however, I am a bit of a co-ordination beast and wanted a style that would go with absolutely everything I wanted to wear. I was also looking for a style that I could wear everyday which would also look dressed up for going out(I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/01, updated on 04/06/01 (Useful, 921 readings)
Sorry about the pun, but really, do watch out. I bought a Storm watch back in January 2000, it is gorgeous, and I am very happy with it. The styling of this particular one is very sleek and stylish, and I am impressed that Storm produce a style of watch for everyone. Spending 53 quid on a watch is a lot of money for a student, and naturally, I looked after it very carefully, panicking when I was out clubbing and the like that I'd scratch it in a less "aware" state. All was well until about 13 months after I bought it. Unfortunately, 1 month out of the warranty period, the strap broke. It was clear that it the hook holding it to the watch ... Read the complete review
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