Is there any way to replace the straps of this watch.
excellent, too many features at this price range
no way to replace straps, if broken
Thank you for reviewing our sports watch W200M Black. The strap is covered under warranty for 2 years from the date of purchase. As this watch has a strap that is over-moulded it cannot be replaced at our stores. If your watch was purchased in the last 2 years you may get it replaced at your nearest Decathlon store.
For any other queries do feel to contact us.
Priya Jalakam Brand Manager DECATHLON
the best watch at this price
cost and look
I absolutely LOVE this watch. It's so minimal in design and display so it looks sleek. Can be worn with practically anything from gym, to swimming, to a casual party. I love the features and the price is what ties all of this up to make a really satisfied customer.
Simple and uncomplicated to use. No need for instructions on how to adjust etc. 2 mins and you'll have sussed it out yourself. Excellent price and easy to see display. If you are not a techno-head then this is the watch for you.
Bought it to wear while surfing. Does the job, the smooth curves don't let anything get caught on the watch. I ended up wearing the watch all the time , it's light weight, 49grams and has a soft silicone wrist band.
I enjoy the watch and with a 5ATM water resistant construction it is a true bargain.
Thank you so much for your review comment.
Our team are also very glad that you enjoy and satisfy with our W200 Watch !
It is our great pleasure to hear that you ended it up with wearing it all the time !
Your review and words really encourage us and we will work on innovate more better products for all sports users.
Geonaute Brand Manager
Watch originally purchased as I wanted a simple watch with HR to replace a broken one. The broken polar model now comes with all sorts of additional gizmo's but not needed / wanted.
Am an experienced athlete so wanted to use watch for feedback of sessions. Watch is designed for those who want to run against their HR as this is the only display that can be seen, this makes it difficult to see the screen to know how long you have been running. Another frustration is the time seen is an accumulated screen, so again if doing intervals you have to try and remember what your last split was and calculate it, rather than just reading the screen (which is difficult to see anyway). The intervals that can be recorded then only stores an average pulse not one at the point of recording.
The data timing function is good however again you need to pre-empt how many intervals you might do (or over set) but there is no way to record the actual time v HR during the interval. There is also an automatic re-set, this was frustrating as using the watch without a strap took an age to set in readiness, however whilst waiting (during a relay) the watch would re-set out of mode so not be ready to start a new data block (when I should go).
Fairly cheap, functional, set repeat timers.
Not able to swap large HR numbers to large timing
Subject says it all. However the top right button fell off for no reason. :(