But weakness is the bracelet. This is made of rubber and is bolted with small cog in the watch case. I have the clock now for about 8 months. Now the rubber strap is broken.
While the little screw sit still fixed, but the bracelet at the external approach is broken to the watch case. How has now been found, it tends to be on a metal plate (which in turn is attached to the watch case) have been glued. The adhesive has probably solved, thus causing the breaking of the rubber. So a daring design I've never seen in a clock: glue and screws!
The use of adhesive definitely shows that the designers did not trust the small cog, and therefore additionally held an adhesive construction necessary. Madness! This looks so just cheap and poorly processed. Especially the rubber bracelet is such a special design that you can not find a replacement for it. You can not just use a normal bracelet from watchmakers. The clock is no longer usable so.
The clock has cost at least 69,00 Euro and Puma was supposed to be a reputable manufacturer. The after only 8 months she is already broken, is incomprehensible. Since this is already my second Cougar clock that has become unusable due to lack of quality, that seems to be a general quality problem of Puma.
I can not recommend the clock thus.