Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's SGG707 Titanium Case and Bracelet Watch
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Watchband made improperly
Marengo Man, amazon.com
30 August 2011
Summary: I should have taken heed from the reviews about this watch. The watchband opens up twenty times a day. Take it to a jeweler and have them make the clasp tighter--of course this will cut off your circulation but what do you expect for a $100 watch where the crystal scratches so easily!
Summary: I bought this watch for myself as a birthday gift. I just wanted a basic decent watch that is practical for everyday use. I don't need fancy brand or design, just something that is reliable and comfortable to wear. I decided to get this Seiko because of the following reasons: - Titanium is better material than stainless steel and it is LIGHTER in weight(i.e.
Summary: Absolutely love this watch! It's light weight and not bulky. The face plate is in dark gray which makes reading time easier and the glass is flat and not rounded so it's easier to read time at an angle without having to turn my wrist to a full 90 degree. Has day of week and date. Someone complained the date is in dual English and Spanish which is always the case, but once adjusted it would only display the same language consistently.
Summary: I know I can't expect much for such a low price, but I expected SEIKO to be high quality watches - I was wrong. Plus the day is both in spanish and english languages - did not know that. I returned them as I can't wear something I don't like 100%. My Casio watch that I bought back in 2002 with a similar design - has a much better quality and details.
Summary: I had the same watch in stainless before and it got a little bit of moisture on the inside (probably due to skiing in very cold conditions) I tried to fix it and ended up buggering it up so I got this pup, the same thing but in titanium (my last one was only $80 a bargain and I bought my dad one too). The design is actually a copy of a very expensive Rolex I believe.
Summary: I have had this watch for one week now and it is fantastic. It is very light weight so I never feel the need to remove it as I did with my Casio G-Shock. I have been checking the accuracy with Time.Gov website and the watch has been perfect (within my ability to detect) so far. This is my second Seiko and I am happy to return to this excellent brand after carrying around the G-Shock for several years.
Alonzo A. Gongora "Radio/Photography Geek", amazon.com
16 November 2010
Summary: ....Paid $195 for this watch at a local jewelry store. The most I ever spent on a watch. But I love it so far....it's so light and looks very classy. I haven't heard the loud ticking others are talking about.
Summary: So I just got this watch today and I LOVE IT!!! Its for my boyfriend and I know he will like it, but there's just one thing. This watch is bilingual and you cannot change it to just one language, the calendar shows the weekdays in spanish and in English. Neither does Amazon or the Seiko website indicate this, so I had no idea. I'm going to return this if my boyfriend doesn't want to read both languages. Otherwise, this watch is beautiful and really sleek.
Summary: The watch was a gift for my brother; it looked really nice, but it was so light weight that it seemed cheap (he didn't believe the original price). The band is pretty big as well, so he's working on trying to find a place that will adjust it, so keep that in mind.
Summary: This watch only lasted about 4 years, but I liked it so much, I started to buy another just like it. PROs: Its very very light weight, It keeps excellent time, Easy to read, Bright luminous dial. CONs: The stem is easily displaced/ pulled out, resulting in the time function to stop, or the date to change inadvertly. It quit after 4 years (my very first Seiko lasted 11 years).