Lured in by their "premium" watches at no or low cost, paying largely shipping only? Don't be fooled. These people are a complete ripoff. The company is purportedly in the UK, but your watch will arrive from Hong Kong. It will be a piece of crap. You'll have movement of the hands, but that's about it. Accuracy? Forget about it.
Three knobs on the watch, only one actually works. Three dials showing different hands, only the main watch face actually moves. Good luck getting the style you ordered. Do not give these people access to your credit card info and other personal info. I suspect, although I have no proof, that they are data mining to get credit card numbers, names, addresses, phone numbers, etc., for future ripoffs. Me? I'm going to cancel the card I ordered these watches on and get a replacement. I don't think you can be too careful with stuff like this. It's obvious that their primary motivation is not to make money selling watches. It's something else. Watch your balances carefully! Ripoff Report, get this kind of scam exposed!
And good luck getting any sort of response from "eloquent" watches. After three weeks and a dozen emails I only got a few automated responses, each one of which said the exact same thing.
Too good to be true? Guess what, it is. These people should be banned from running ads online and banned from running ads on Facebook for sure. Facebook has become a swapmeet swamp. Anybody from anywhere puts ads on there without any verification by Facebook that they are legitimate. Facebook doesn't care. They just want their ad revenue. It's a marriage of theives, Facebook and these fly-by-night companies they let advertise on their site.
Don't get sucked in. These watches aren't worthy of 10-year-olds!