Reader Arman bought a Candino C4372_5, a “Swiss-Made” quartz with a bit of a problem. Can you spot it?
The model seems to be a few years old which clearly gives the company a bit of leeway in what kind of garbage it can sell its customers. Arman hasn’t heard back from Candino and I doubt he will.
The watch probably costs about $100 and for that kind of scratch he could probably find a quartz Tissot PR50, one of my favorite watches. At least all the numbers would be in the right place.
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