Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's SNQ010 Perpetual Calendar Watch
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Kevin Speidel, amazon.com
29 November 2011
Summary: I bought this watch in 2006,and it was my first Seiko in years. I figured I'd buy one good watch which will last years. How wrong I was. This watch is garbage. First the band broke and I found out that a replacement band is $75.00. Then the calendar displayed the date between the numbers. (Example: Bottom half of 14 and the top half of 15). Yesterday I took the watch into the jeweler to get a new battery. I tried to reset the calendar and the stem came out of the watch.
Summary: This watch looks excellent with beautiful blue tone that I have to buy it. You only need to change battery once every 4 years says the manual. However, this watch gets EASILY scratched on both the dial window and links. It looks very bad after only less than a month with regular wear. It bothers me every time I look at the time since I will see the scratch on the dial window. I have returned it.
Summary: I purchased this watch for my hubby for Christmas through an Amazon Marketplace vendor. I was impressed with the watch just seeing it online, but the blue face is even more gorgeous on my hubby's arm. The picture online doesn't do it justice, but another customer had photographed the watch on his own arm, which gave me a better idea of how nice a gift it would be. I am very pleased with this purchase, and my husband likes it very much.
Summary: I've had many Seiko watches over the past 25 years, and this is one of my favorites. The perpetual calendar dutifully changes the date correctly at the end of each month, and the accuracy of my watch has been excellent -- within a few seconds per month. The dial is very nice and changes appearance from different angles and in different light sources.
Summary: I give this watch five stars for appearance; it is a very attractive watch. However, there are problems which cause me to downgrade its rating. First, accuracy. It loses about one second per week which isn't bad at all; however, my Casio Waveceptor is linked to Fort Collins, Colorado and is, due to electronic calibration, correct to the second. Again, one second isn't bad but todays technology permits precise accuracy; therefore, I give it 4 stars for accuracy.
Summary: The watch very nice and arrived faster than I expected. The clasp on the band is very easy to put on and take off. I have had two other Seiko watches and they each lasted for at least 5 years. I wear a watch every day no matter what I am doing and I am kind of hard on them. The Seiko watches I have always kept perfect time also.
Summary: my wife bought me this watch as a gift. the second hand is right on the ticks! the blue dial is cool. the perpetual calendar feature is awesome -- I've only had it a month and it did in fact work. dial indicates "Japan". overall this is a great value. I had a Seiko railroad watch previously... it worked well until the crown started acting up making it difficult to adjust -- not a big deal though, I'm still a Seiko fan.
Summary: I have had this watch for 2 years now, purchasing it from MACY's in NY, while visiting there. Its very stylish, and the perpetual calendar feature is very useful. Infact it's close to resembling a similar blue Rolex.
Summary: I did extensive research on Seiko watches before choosing this one. I had a kinetic Seiko before and it did not work well at all. Still I'm a big Seiko fan. This is perhaps the best Seiko I've ever owned. It looks great, the band is comfortable, and so far it keeps the time and date flawlessly.