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    First watch for girl age 7

    Hi,

    My 7 yr-old daughter has been asking for a (digital) watch.

    Does anyone have any recommendations?

    Many thanks

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    Timex Marathon.

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    She won't break this one:

    Casio Baby-G Face Protector Baby Pink Rose Tone Watch Digital BG169G-4B https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0759XYCPY..._31SOCbR297RPJ

    If she'll go analog, timex has a bunch of kids models with cutesy faces and straps for like $25 on amazon.

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    Put this https://www.amazon.com/Casio-AE1200W...gateway&sr=8-1 on a cute 18mm NATO strap for her (they have graphic/pattern ones here: https://www.cheapestnatostraps.com/c...ic-nato-straps , check out the clearance section, too!) And then you can steal it from her once she grows tired of it.
    Last edited by Nandyn; April 2nd, 2019 at 12:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otoba View Post
    Hi,

    My 7 yr-old daughter has been asking for a (digital) watch.

    Does anyone have any recommendations?

    Many thanks
    What else is she into? Princesses? Ponies? Hello Kitty? Rainbows? If you can think of anything that she already likes...then try to find a themed watch that has that character or design on it.

    Remember...she's only 7. Enjoy these years and do your best to not let her grow up to fast.

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    get her the most quintessential digital watch; the F91W-1.

    11 bucks, quite durable, and the band might even be small enough for a child.


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    She's 7 and asking for a digital watch? My guess is her friends have one and she wants similar or the same. I'd chat with her friends parents or see if you can determine which one. My guess is there is a specific one in mind, not just any digital watch will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeysc23 View Post
    She's 7 and asking for a digital watch? My guess is her friends have one and she wants similar or the same. I'd chat with her friends parents or see if you can determine which one. My guess is there is a specific one in mind, not just any digital watch will do.
    If that's the case, ask her. She's 7. Kids know what they want. Google the kids description, show her what you found, let her confirm its the right one. Easy. I see no need to bother other parents.

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    Take her to Target/Walmart/wherever and let her pick one out.
    Ben

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    +1 for the suggestion from @evanparker. Or if the colour isn't her style, I'll suggesting anything digital from Casio. Watches are good quality but affordable in price.

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