Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's SGG711 Quartz Titanium Case and Bracelet Watch
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seiko titanium SGG711watch review
kevin kark, amazon.com
25 December 2011
Summary: I bought my Seiko Titanium watch 2 months ago, this is my 2nd Titanium watch since I gave my first one to my son where he wanted a watch that is not that heavy; well this one fits the bill. On the plus side, the watch is lightweight & elegance which is why I would buy it the 2nd time. On the other hand, the titanium surface probably is not as scratch resistance compared to other metal, but it was a minor minor issue though and I am happy with the watch.
Summary: I have ordered this watch for my friend and when he received it he was disappointed for the following reasons: 1. Too small for men. Good for children only. 2. The weight was very light as if it is nothing. 3. Generally looks very cheep. 4. The price is very high for this watch. 5. The lock is also bad. The design is the only thing I liked.
Summary: Bought this watch to replace another Seiko Titanium. This is actually my third in twenty odd years. I love the fact that it is so light. My Seiko's have always performed will until they die, about 7 -10 years. I must say the quality of the "made in China" band is quite low compared to my previous watches. Still overall for the price I paid I am satisfied.
Summary: I ordered this watch and when it came in it looked nice, but I made the mistake of not opening the box when I received it. I gave it as an early Christmas gift (luckily because I was just barely in the 90 day window to dispute the charge through my CC company) and after it was opened, I was handed the watch and I immediately knew it was a fake just by the weight alone. The days are in Spanish and there is no feature on the watch to change it to English.
Summary: 4 stars because it's getting very hard to position the stem so as to set the watch. BUT -- I can't remember how long I've had it, but it's been at least 4 years -- long enough to have needed 2 new batteries. BUT -- I never take it off except to shower. I mean NEVER -- I sleep with it on. It's actually pretty dirty in the spots that are hard to clean, and maybe that's the problem. I've always liked Seiko quartz watches, and this one is my favorite by far.
Summary: I LIKE Seiko watches. I've worn them for amost 35 years. In its ad, this watch looked almost too good to be true, and it was when I got, tried to set it, and wear it that I found out how bad it is. The owner's manual reads like it already assumes you know how to do every thing. Adjusting the bracelet to fit was a 3-hour struggle and there were NO directions on how to do it in the owner's manual. I had bring it to a jeweler.
Summary: I ordered this watch for my husband and he loves it. It has a really nice, sophisticated face. The numbers are clear, as is the day/date. It has a really nice band and its comfortable. It arrived on time and in a nice box. I am happy with my order.
Summary: I have had this watch for about 3 weeks and I love it. I was looking for a nice analog watch to wear to work that had a metal band so it's easy to sterilize (I work at a hospital), a black face, day/date function, a slim case that isn't obnoxiously oversized like most 'fashion' watches, and numbers all around the dial. Overall, I wanted something with simple styling that I could wear with just about anything.
Summary: I loved this watch. It's super light, looks good, and I loved the day/date function (it's surprisingly rare anymore). However, after about three and a half years (right after the warranty ended) the watch would stop occasionally. If you adjusted it to the current time, it would work again for awhile until it stopped once more. I thought it was the battery, so I replaced it, but that just made the problem worse. Eventually it stopped altogether.