Ended up getting what appeared to be a rather nice analogue/digital radio-controlled hybrid for a tenner - the nice feature was that the whole of the face was the LCD panel, so you didn't get teeny numbers in an oblong box. The snag, unfortunately, was that the hands stopped turning round after the first day.
So I contacted the vendor and sent it back, and they sent me another. This one took four days but died last night. The stupid part is that the watch still works perfectly as a radio-controlled watch if you set the LCD part to display the time - it's apparently the motor driving the hands that has died.
So I contacted the vendor and explained my problem, he offered me a refund, apologies, and said he'd had another from the same batch develop the same fault, so it was obviously fairly generic. He told me to keep the dead watch, or throw it away, as I prefer.
So I got my refund, and despite having paid return postage the first time I'm reasonably pleased. Because the strap from the new one fits my old watch perfectly, and I've ended up getting a new strap for two pounds instead of ten...
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