Reviews and Problems with Wenger Men's Wenger 72233 AquaGraph 1000m Diver's Watch
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Great watch, small armband
25 November 2011
Summary: Aquagraph is a great watch - simple, very robust and stylish (if you like this kind of watches). My only complaint goes to the length of the armband. It's roughly 7.5cm + 11.5cm and for me that was too short. I could reach the penultimate hole of the armband, but the remaining part was so short that it was hard to handle. To my surprise, I was unable to get a longer replacement band, so I had to replace it with a generic one.
Summary: I have had this watch for two weeks now and am happy with it so far. The buying experience with Amazon was smooth as usual. The rubber band that came with it was too small (had to go to last two holes) so I put a 22mm steel bracelet from my old watch on it. Much nicer with the stainless band.
Summary: Great sport watch with rubber/silicon band. Bold green color bezel looks great (copy of the Rolex style from a few years back) but they do a good job making it their own. Best thing is that the dial is simple, bold and easy to read! It's not cluttered like most watches I see these days. It's pretty big on the wrist, but that is the current style of these kind of watches, and why I purchased it (it's not "rapper" big).
Summary: Received the watch and was very impressed with the look and feel. I will say that the watch itself if very large and has some decent weight to it. The only issue with the watch was that it stopped working within the first week I owned it. I am assuming that it was just a faulty battery. Amazon and the seller were EXCELLENT in making a return and full refund very easy. I will purchase another Wenger, but maybe a slightly smaller watch.
Summary: I got this watch on the rubber strap and immediately put it on a watchadoo bracelet. It is now my go to watch for all activities that require a worry free watch. This watch is built to be worn in all conditions and hasn't let me down. Great size and feel and if you don't like them heavy keep it on the rubber strap. A true "tool watch" that won't disappoint.
Summary: I was looking for a true deep sea watch (for scuba diving) without the hefty price and the Wenger Aquagraph hit the mark. Easy to read, great luminescence, clean design, and a rugged case. The bezel moves easily and has large numbers for quick reference. The rubber strap is substantial and good for everyday use but if you plan on wearing it over a wet ot dry dive suit, I would recommend purchasing the Wenger Deep Diver Kit (also through Amazon)which includes a strap...