Daniel Wellington Classic Oxford 40mm NATO Strap White Dial Watch for Men

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  • Product group: watches
  • Product type: wrist watch, Interchangeable straps: Yes
  • Brand: daniel wellington
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Specification: Daniel Wellington Classic Oxford 40mm NATO Strap White Dial Watch for Men

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20 Millimeters


Daniel Wellington

Case Diameter

40 Millimeters

Case Material

Rose Gold

Case Thickness

6 Millimeters

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Item Weight

68 Grams

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6 reviews for Daniel Wellington Classic Oxford 40mm NATO Strap White Dial Watch for Men

4.8 out of 5
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  1. Thomas

    This watch is beautiful, it’s well made, doesn’t scratch easy and is at a great price.
    Would 100% recommend anyone wanting to buy a good watch to get a Daniel Wellington.

    Worn it everyday since buying it, and it really is perfect. I wouldn’t change it for anything… except a new one years into the future.

    The straps are easy to change, and the box is beautiful, and is perfect for a gift or for general storage overnight,

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  2. Abdul Kareem

    Good looking……

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  3. hannah

    I was a little worried to order this after seeing a lot of reviews saying there was no box, and as it is for a gift I really needed to have the box. I ordered direct from Amazon, and I didn’t have an issue, the watch is lovely, came with the box, well packaged and very fast delivery. Also the price is amazing, although it does seem to fluctuate (the lowest I saw it at was about £77) but even at £85 its great value for money.

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  4. SimonM

    This is a very nice watch that comes “inside” the Daniel Wellington box. It’s also a genuine (authentic) watch. I bought this from amazon.co.uk – “Dispatched and sold by Amazon (Prime)”. Whilst it’s always possible to buy from a “third party that’s fulfilled by Amazon” I avoid this, especially for products which are known to be copied. When the third party supplies a product that fulfilled by Amazon it means they also supplied it and Amazon only act as the courier – think Royal Mail and junk mail!

    If you search the web there are many links to articles about fake Daniel Wellington watches and how to verify your watch is genuine. Does it have a serial number on the back (yes)? Previous versions didn’t but the latest ones from Daniel Wellington do have a serial number – look at their website. A later watch is also better (think battery life). The info on the back is engraved (yes) and not printed. With the strap is DW engraved (yes) on the buckle and retained NATO strap (yes) and not and not printed (smooth). The shape of the crown is also unique and the edge of the movement is bevelled. Does the product come inside the box (yes) or is the box an accessory (no protection for transport and a giveaway too? Is there a tool in the box to change a leather strap (yes). The battery cover that’s engraved is chrome plated (yes), unlike some copies.

    The watch really is beautifully made and there is nothing to be unhappy about. I like the NATO strap because it’s also very light. It can also be cleaned unlike a leather strap which tends to wear quite quickly especially near the buckle. I would easily buy this again however I would suggest “doing the maths” before you buy. That’s because if you think you will also want a leather strap e.g. York strap and you know you also want a NATO strap, then it’s more cost effective to buy it with leather and add the NATO strap later. Of course changing the strap between NATO and leather is quite easy but I do wonder how often folks really do this after a few weeks. NATO straps are also easily changed – that’s the fun part of ownership. Although the Daniel Wellington NATO straps are more expensive than some, they are well made so I think are worth the money too. So again, if you plan on buying two straps, consider which is best to buy first and also colour (rose gold vs silver) will match all potential straps.

    My final though is that a NATO strap is a really good option being lightweight and easily maintained. So I perhaps won’t rush to buy a leather strap and more likely will add another NATO strap e.g. Warwick or Cambridge. The original “idea” for the watches came from seeing an old Rolex on a NATO strap. The shape of the lugs are ideally setup and the NATO strap is really comfortable too. You can’t knock Amazon for trying, but the RRP they quote for watches and/or straps are more than the Daniel Wellington website that also has them post free. They do however have a very attractive price for the “real deal” and far better from the “Never knowingly undersold” shop/partnership – enjoy.

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  5. rob k robertson

    Excellent purchase. Always wanted a DW watch ever since saw one in Beaverbrooks. This one was half the price. There is a cheaper alternative but that didn’t interest me at all. Love the look of the watch and the strap is perfect. So I purchased two more straps. Very pleased indeed.

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  6. Bartleby

    A stylish and rather refined accessory for the weekend. This DW watch makes an elegant gentleman’s accessory which keeps time correctly. At 40mm, the case can look a bit oversized on a slender wrist. But it’s thin enough to make it look just the right size. The mechanism is quiet and efficient enough too. It gets 5 stars for the above.
    However as a watch, it would only get 4 stars. The rose gold effect on the dial, the main appeal of this watch compared to the Cambridge series, looks a bit bronzy rather than rose gold. The nylon strap seems a bit underwhelming too as it was already showing signs of wear and tear where I buckled it. I have not tested the waterproof. But I washed my hands with it and passed it under the tap and it came out alright.
    So altogether, this is a nice accessory for your wrist (at the right price.)

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