Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's SGG709 Titanium Case and Bracelet Watch
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Best Watch Ever
Sharon Doan, amazon.com
30 January 2012
Summary: I had great hopes that this watch would be light weight and the case would not be big and thick. It far exceeded my expectations in every respect. It is so light weight on my husband's arthritic wrist that he has no pain wearing it. What a welcome relief. The watch is handsome and looks great.
Summary: I purchased this watch for my husband for Christmas. This is his second Titanium Seiko watch; the last one he had took many beatings over 12 years, and it finally just broke. He says its very comfortable, and he likes the simplicity of the style.
Summary: The watch is different looking than the picture but seems very practical. It is lightweight and attractive albeit a little bit drab.It is easy to read and very comfortable on the wrist. It is attractive in a subtle way.
Summary: I am very pleased with my Seiko is it the second that I have owned, the first being a kinetic titanum served me for 21 years. The watch itself is made in Japan and appears to be a quality piece, the band is made in China and although attractive does not appear to be of the same quality, time will...
Summary: When I received the watch I was quite pleased. I have a Rolex which looks almost identical, but I actually prefer this Seiko. It keeps perfect time is water resistant enough for my current activities, it is very, very light and the color of the Titanium is actually nicer than stainless.
Summary: I have owned this watch for over 8 years, receiving it as a gift when I was 15. It was the first "real" watch I owned, I now own several watches including other Seikos (just bought another Seiko today), Citizen, Kenneth Cole, Casio (G-Shock) etc... This watch is my favorite by far!
Summary: PROs Good looking, light weight, Ti construction, good everyday watch. I like the time, day and date. Absolutely great price. CONs The band and/or case can be easy marred (light surface scrapes). The Ti alloy may be a bit soft, maybe more so than stainless steel.
Summary: I ordered this watch from Amazon last year in the fall, and it still works like a charm today. After losing my previous watch during a vacation in Hawaii, I was on the prowl for something classy, durable, simple and affordable--Seiko's watch is all these things and more.