Reviews and Problems with Evisu 'Hiro Automatic' Gents Stainless Steel Automatic Leather Strap Watch with extra Nylon Strap
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29 September 2010
Summary: The Evisu Hiro is a really nice watch. The design is perhaps a bit of a let down compared to the other Evisu watches and the extra nylon strap is not really worth while. But the price considered (I paid 75£) it is good bargain and quite a lot of watch you get.
Summary: A bit large in face, and bulky, but well-made, and everything works very accurately. The gold finish is a bit tacky (the s/s finish is better), but at the deeply discounted price, a genuine bargain. At list price: avoid. You can do much better elsewhere.
Summary: The watch looks incredibly tacky with a fake gold finish to the case which spoils an otherwise nice looking watch. I sent mine straight back as the description and picture gave no idea of how bad it looked.
Summary: This is excellent watch! Movement runs smoothly and design is classic! Finish in brushed and polished black is fine, leather strap is very fine quality. Golden clasp is also nice. Nylon strap is suprisingly good quality, black outside and military inside, with golden metal parts. Looking very nice. Numbers are just big enough (not too big) to look really good. Hour and minute hand with night-illuminate facing are just right size to read time without problems.
Summary: My review is quite positive of this watch. Its very heavy, well made and the see through panel on the back is superb. When I received my watch the automatic mechanism didn't work because the screw was loose which holds it in. I could of sent it for replacement but I liked the watch so much I did it myself. Took about 2 mins and the watch is working great. I love it. The strap is real leather and the quality of everything is superb.
Summary: Quite a large face on it, and the strap needs an engineering degree to work it out, but once mastered it looks nice. It feels good, quite heavy and is Swiss made. Although it is an automatic watch, you do still need to wind it up every couple of days.
Summary: On wearing the Evsu Hiro Automatic Watch found that it gains 3 to 4 hours daily. Up to the present time am spending time & money on trying to get it adjusted at a watch menders. Expensive as it dosen't keep to the correct time, also no instruction leaflet. Don't buy one.