Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's SGFA09 Dress Two-Tone Watch
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Sandy in Woodbury, amazon.com
17 January 2012
Summary: I purchased this for my husband for Christmas. It looks just as good in person and it does on the computer screen and it was a good price also. It is a solid weight, but not too heavy. My husband wears it every day to work.
Summary: Elegant inexpensive Japanese quality mens' timepiece. A little on the heavy side. Integral watch band that mirrors the Hr markers. Dark face background improves readability. Sold by LUXI quick response & delivery.
Summary: Got this for my dad for Christmas and I know he'll love it! He's a big collector of Seiko watches and this model has everything he's looking for. These are good, reliable and long lasting watches. Worth the money! Besides, I got a good deal on this one. Will probably order another for Father's Day.
Summary: The watch looks nice on your wrist, but the band and clasp feel cheap. It keeps good time and is easy to read. The heft of the watch is not as substantial as others in this price range, but still feels good on your arm.
Summary: I purchased the Seiko Men's SGFA09 Dress 2 tone watch for my husband because I had been looking at Seiko watches for him since Christmas and he likes a thin dress watch rather than the big bulky watches. It is beautiful and when we looked at the same one in the case at JCP for $148 plus tax we even loved it more because "it was a deal." I can only say it looks fabulous and it works great too. We went to the mall and had the band adjusted and the day and date set.
Summary: Recently received this watch from Amazon expeditiously...and it was well packaged. My two primary reasons for selecting this Seiko model were the appearance and price. When I took the watch out of the box, I was very pleased with its appearance; I find myself continually admiring this beautiful work of art. I still can't believe I paid less than $65 US for it. So far, it appears to be running very well, without any timing abberations. So why 4 stars rather than 5?