Summary: I owned guess watch, Skagen, Timex and Kenneth Cole, All of them are Quartz Movement. This is my first time user for automatic watch and I really love it. Adjustment for watchband is quite tricky. You have to google with the word "How to adjust Seiko Watchband" to find out about that.
Summary: The watch looks nice but the chain looks cheap. In addition, it is very hard to remove links from the chain. It is not the regular one with pins in it as a Citizen watch. The normal watch tool kit can not do it.
Summary: This watch fell short of my expectations considering the M.S.R.P. is in the $300 range. The watch body itself is okay, but would be thinner and lighter if the back was made from metal, and not glass.
Summary: Very pleased with this watch,arrived as promised,keeps excellent time.Watch band was a disappoint,a stronger latch would be an improvement.I wear this watch all the time so it has never stopped, gains a couple of minutes every 2-3 weeks which I think is great for an automatic.
Summary: I bought this watch about three months ago, when I learned about the Seiko 5 series. I wanted a simple stainless band with a black or white face, and with hash marks, not numerals. BINGO! Jackpot. I love this watch. It has the famous 72S6 movement and keeps great time.
Summary: I got this watched for me ,i like it so much ,i been shop around the mall all of them are expensive with the price $150 or more from Seiko.I don't have to worried about to change the battery anymore.All you need to adjust the time when you wear it, if let sit to long.That not a big deal.I would...
Summary: looks good. keeps time. real seiko. good price for the item. I do wish that the band could be adjusted without special tools. Update- not that sturdy. I dropped it and the dial came loose inside. Watchmaker told me it broke off its posts and would be around $40 to fix.