Reviews and Problems with Wenger Traveler Alarm Pocket Watch
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17 January 2012
Summary: Purchased this for my husband, he likes that it is sturdy and easy to read. Agrees with others the alarm is not very loud, although not a deal breaker. Be aware the clip that comes with it is not worth using. Watch was lost from this clip the first time used, found on the floor at home!
Summary: This product is advertised as an alarm pocket watch. As one other buyer noted, the alarm function is completely useless. The alarm cannot be heard. In addition, the time cannot be set accurately as there are no minute markers. It follows that time cannot be read accurately.
If you need a "REAL" alarm function.. DON'T BUY THIS WATCH.
Fidels Eyeglasses, amazon.com
5 September 2011
Summary: First, I really love the look of this so called Wenger 73015 "Traveler Alarm" Black Dial Pocket Watch. The black face is very good looking, it has a black rubber bumper like guard built around it to absorb shocks/drops etc, water resistant to 99 Feet, beautiful stainless-steel case, it has the date...
Summary: It looks good. Runs well.Easy to set. However, I should have read the description. I really thought it was backlit. If you carry in your pocket, forget seeing the time in the dark. Hope I missed something in the instructions.
Summary: This watch is well made and seems very sturdy . I started carrying a pocket watch when I retired and, didn't need to be under the clock . The rubber shock guard is great as I broke my last watch by dropping it on our marble entry way .
Summary: This is a fantastic "pocket watch" for the modern guy who doesn't need the classic silver on a chain. I'm in switzerland right now and spent all day shopping and looking at watches for a special someone. This is definitely the one I want to get him. It's modern, shock resistant, waterproof.
Summary: I purchased this watch for the alarm function and the fact that Wenger makes quality products. The watch is well made and quite hefty but I returned it since the alarm is inaudible at either bedside or in a pocket. Moreover, it can't be heard more than a foot away from my ear.