I've always found it tricky to find the perfect gifts for the men in my life. There just doesn't seem to be the choice that you get with ladies. It's no surprise that, as Luke gets older, I'm having the same problem. This week, though, the people at the WatchShop.com have provided a solution that I hadn't really considered before. They sell all sorts of watches and jewellery to suit every pocket and starting at just a few pounds, but it's their children's watch selection that really impressed me. A large range, with lots of styles and characters to choose from, there's something for every child's personal preference and we all know how important that is!
They sent Luke his very own watch to review and he was thrilled with it. The one aspect he was most keen on, was that it was a proper grown up watch, but just in a smaller size. He is at that awkward age, between small child and teenager, where a lot of styles and designs are too young for him and
the styles he likes are often too big. So, this was a big deal. He is also, like a lot of children, quite fussy about texture, so I was pleased to find he could wear it all day, without fiddling with it or needing to take it off, like he has done with previous watches he has owned.
There are a lot of children's watches in the sale on the website at the moment, so it's definitely worth having a look if you are struggling for ideas for little friends or relatives this Christmas. There's also a competition on their Facebook page, where you can win back the cost of your order. You can also find them on Twitter if you have any questions. Here is Luke's video, detailing exactly what he thought of his gift from WatchShop.com.
Produced in association with WatchShop.com, all opinions are our own. Especially Luke's, he's nine, he says exactly what he thinks!