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Blue Fob and Nurse Watches

Add a touch of personality to your uniform with blue fob and nurse watches that will easily clip onto any uniform. When wearing a uniform, it is often difficult to show any personality or style, so opting for a blue fob watch is an ideal way to add a touch of colour and fun.

Fob watches offer a convenient and easy way for busy nurses to check the time on the go, from traditional metal watches to modern plastic and silicone. Nurse watches feature upside down faces that must be clipped on to the chest as wrist watches are not allowed in medical environments. These offer an efficient and germ free way of keeping an eye on the time.

For a traditional design with a splash of colour, opt for a stainless steel fob watch with a blue dial, or choose a simple design with a more fun and original charm or brooch fastening. A welcoming choice is a blue smiley face or heart brooch fastening.

There is also a range of stainless steel fob watches with blue coloured stainless steel straps and white or coloured dials.

Most fob watches feature reliable quartz movement with easily replaceable batteries. Because of the low cost, wearers can select a few different options to choose and change with every mood.

Silicone Fob Watches

Silicone fob watches are a popular choice as they come in a wide choice of colours and patterns for a low price. Some even feature interchangeable straps to make it easier to personalise and customise watches on a day-to-day basis.

Silicone cases are ideal when in a working environment as they are splash proof and won't get easily damaged. They are exceptionally soft and resistant to abrasion, making them ideal for busy schedules. Silicone is also easy to clean and sterilise.

Choose a range of blue shades from sky blue through royal blue to dark blue, or pick a fun pattern to add more personality. Opt for one with glow in the dark hands for night shifts.

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