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Mens Watches Chronograph Stainless Steel Waterproof Date Analog Quartz Watch Business Casual Fashion Wrist Watches for Men

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Last updated on 17/12/2022 06:53 Details
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  • watches for men Perfect gift: This versatile watch blend goes with every occasion be it formal or casual. Wear this watch on the go, from business, leisure to indoor and outdoor activities or for daily use. The BIDEN wrist watch is a perfect gift for you and your loved ones.
  • mens watches Multifunction Design: Three multifunction sub-dials support stopwatch and date calendar, rotatable bezel,Japanese quartz movement and battery provide accurate time keeping.
  • Stainless Steel Band: Durable and comfortable stainless steel band fits to daily wear.IP plating watch case and watch band will never fade.stainless steel watch is equipped with a link remover
  • 3atm Daily WaterproofDaily life waterproof, can bear sweat, accidental rain or water splash, but Not suitable for bathing, swimming, diving and so on.
  • Best Service Watch for 1 years,90 day money back guarantee,Have any questions can contact us any time.

Additional information

Brand Name


Case Thickness

6 millimetres

Part Number


Model Year


Item Shape


Dial Window Material Type


Display Type


Clasp Type

Fold-over Clasp with Safety

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Diameter

43 millimetres

Model number


Band size

Men's Standard

Band Material

Stainless Steel

Band Width

20 millimetres

Band Colour

Gold silver

Dial Colour


Bezel Material

Stainless Steel

Bezel Function

24 hours display



Special Features

Chronograph, Date, watch, mens watches, watches men


Japanese Quartz

Warranty Type


3 reviews for Mens Watches Chronograph Stainless Steel Waterproof Date Analog Quartz Watch Business Casual Fashion Wrist Watches for Men

  1. ieuan harries

    Loved the fact it looked clean and smooth. It’s the watch to have in my opinion without spending too much money, it comes with tools to allow you to adjust it to your requirements as well so there’s no need to spend money having it adjusted to your requirement

  2. George Letts

    I use this watch as a sports watch when I go swimming or doing physical work.
    I am quite satisfied considering what I paid for this item.

  3. Sal K

    I had a spontaneous urge for a new watch, so I “Googled” it up, the search took me to; I looked at the watch, and the price (£35.69p), and fell in love with it, prior to this, the only Biden, I had heard of, was Joe Biden, the 46th president of the U.S.A.

    This watch (description, Gold Black B, but is blue, hopefully you should get the colour you clicked on, as I did) comes in a case, with instruction (not too clear), and strap adjusting tool. The watch has a fully functioning dials, and date function; I had bought cheap watches in the past, with pseudo dials, that were decorative, and not functional, it looked perfect to wear on a day out for a pizza, with my friend (I only have one friend).

    The watch has a stop watch function, as well as a rotating bezel, but I doubt I will ever use either facility, my stopwatch second hand does not reset exactly to the 60 second position (see picture), but just after it, but not too concerned, as I won’t be using it.

    There was always a reason, why a preferred leather watch straps, as opposed to fixed bracelets types, like these, due to my forearm, not having a large circumference, 6 inches to be precise (and other parts, that lack the girth, but that’s another story).

    I had to remove 6 links in total, 3 from each side (see pictures), they provided the tools, including 2 additional pin removers, I broke one of removal tool, but can be replaced by unscrewing it, and replacing with a new one, I am fairly capable person with tools, and get the job done, but this was still, a bit fidgety. As I had never done this type of adjustment before, and I was nervous, as I was dismantling a brand new watch (my watch).

    I watched (pardon the unintentional pun) various YouTube channels, to get some idea of how to carry out the adjustment, these straps are called, “Oyster” style watch straps. To remove the link, place the strap outside of the strap facing down, and start turning the tool, in line with the direction of the arrow on the strap. Once you started, there is bit of pressure, but as long as you go in straight, with the point of the removing tool, you should be fine.

    To put it back together, you have to reinsert the long pin, I did that, then to pushed it right in, as far as it could go, then placed a sticky tape, across the width of that link (as not to scratch it), that I was re-joining, and with a pair of pliers, gently squeezed it into position. Some You Tubers, mention tapping the pin, with a hammer, but to me, hammering a precisely engineered timepiece, a bit too scary, however if you still feel uncomfortable, it may be worth going down the jewelers, to get it adjusted, the price you will pay, will save you the pain of adjusting it, and the heartache, if you damage it.

    Once I tackled the strap, I tried to set the watch, remove the plastic stopper, once you’ve started setting the time, (that is the furthest position, you can pull the crown out to), push it in a bit more, then you can adjust the date, for me, I had to turn the crown away from me, to adjust the date, once complete, push the crown in, to lock the timepiece, into position, and it’s ready to wear!

    The pictures, that I have uploaded, are after the adjustments, have been carried.

    In conclusion, a great watch, at a very affordable price. it looks and feels a lot more expensive, and very businesslike, unlike other cheap watches, that look garish, and “blingy.” Even after the little excursion, with the link adjustment, I would still recommend it. As I stated earlier, if you think that adjusting the links, is a bit too much, take it to the jewelers. If you can’t treat yourself, nobody else will. Now that I have tackled the link adjustment, I may try another one, (I did initially want the Blue and Gold, but shows it as, “Gold black” watch (at £72.16, was a bit too much for me).

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