Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's 5 Automatic Watch SNK805K2
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The watch looks an performs great!
2 weeks ago
Summary: A wonderful and very accurate watch. But there is one small propblem having to do with the band. The nylon band material is rough and when it touches the sleeve of the shirt I have on it forms small lint balls on the edge of the band, which requires cleaning the band edge every so often.
Summary: Great watch, amazing price, I picked it up for 55$ mid december and could not be happier with the quality. Easy to read, minutes on the outer loop, hours inner. Mine gains approximately 1.75 seconds per day, which is pretty good compared to other mechanical watches. The second hand cannot be adjusted by turning the crown, only the minutes and hours, so setting the second hand is not easy, or straightforward at all.
Summary: I got this watch for half what they are asking for it now, but would have still ordered it at the current price. It looks much better in person, than on the picture. I've changed the strap to a nice waterproof brown leather strap, but the strap that was on it is nice looking. I live in a very wet enviroment, so a canvas strap just wasn't a good idea for me. The face of the watch looks very modern, and masculine. It has kept good time so far.
Summary: Great looking and running watch...as long as it runs , which is never through the night. This self- winder is going back. Guess I should have known when several hours after ordering Amazon sent me an e-mail saying, "other people buying your watch looked at," Followed by list of winding machines for self winders from 39 to 99.
Summary: I am not a high dollar watch guy, but I do like a durable watch that will keep good time. My taste in watches is pretty broad, but not overly expensive. I have a Casio Pathfinder Fishing watch. For dressy occasions I have a titanium Skagen Ultra Slim from Denmark, and a Swiss made Raymond Weil. Heck I have a Mickey Mouse watch I love. I have used other Casio watches for daily use and worn them out, and have been getting tired of replacing batteries on watches lately.