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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on September 2, 2009
This watch was a steal for a Victorinox product, but the strap it came with was no good. First off it's a chocolate brown strap on a black dial watch which doesn't really match all that well. Also, it didn't smell like leather, more of a synthetic chemical odor. Didn't matter much because I quickly swapped the strap out for a 20mm military green Nato strap and now I have a great casual watch that I can wear all summer. End of the day, the whole thing cost me under $90.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
on August 30, 2009
Love the Swiss Army product! It is a durable fashionable watch and have worn it for years. The product itself is not the issue. It is Time Zone123 that may have the issue. The pictured item was the Men's Garrison Swiss Army watch advertised at $250 regular retail on sale for $49.99 saving you 80% off. Great deal I thought. But when I zoomed in on the actual pictures of the watch I noticed that the watch still had the price ticket on it and it clearly has a $135 retail!? If my math is correct the watch should be priced at $27 if it is 80% off the regular retail of $135. Nice watch, but buyer beware.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on August 20, 2009
LUMINOSITY!!!!!!!!
I own 70+ watches and being able to see the time during low light or dark conditions is an important consideration. I admit most of my watches cost far more than this little Swiss Made gem, but only a couple of others can match its ability to be clearly seen in any lighting condition.
Well made, accurate, lightweight, oh yeah its 100 meter WR as well.
Note: I have few watches as small as this 40mm, but due to the thin bezel it plays much larger, now and then its about telling time and not about a fashion statement.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on September 11, 2009
Worn this watch for two weeks straight now and I think its a wonderful watch. Time keeping is

excellent (it's lost two seconds in two weeks compared to my casio atomic). Easy to read dial (I hate

a dial cluttered up or numerals that aren't easily reconized at a glance). Sized right at 40mm (I

have small wrists but I like large watches, this is a great size for me). Pretty good lum. (after 6

hrs of darkness you can still pick up the time, though it will take a bit of focus) didn't expect

much for this price point.

Only dislike was the band, I prefer a nylon type strap. Found a good compromise with a replacement

timex expedition strap.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 4, 2010
I have owned a Rolex and the Seiko 5 Series Sport watches, which had automatic movements, meaning the motion of your wrist kept them wound. I often didn't wear a watch during various weekend chores so it was a pain to have to keep resetting my watch Monday mornings getting ready for work. I just thought that buying an electric winder was just too much, so I opted to go to battery-powered quartz watches so I could take them off for maybe days at a time and they'd still be running when I picked them up.
I currently own a Seiko Quartz chronograph, which has an alarm feature that I love. After 5 years with my company, I got to select an anniversary gift from a catalogue, so I chose to get the Swiss Army 241083, aka the Garrison. I figured I'd wear it on the weekend as my "knock-about" watch, meaning I wouldn't be that upset if it got banged around a bit while doing yard work or working on my car. At first the "leather" band was kind of stiff, but after a week or so it feels just fine. After carefully measuring, I glued the extra loop on the band that keeps the end of the band from flopping around to a permanent position. Since I'm the only one who wears it, its position shouldn't have to change over the years. I went to a website for the US Naval Observatory and synchronized my watch to it. It has been over a month now, and as Mona Lisa Vito in My Cousin Vinny would say, it's "dead on balls accurate." Simply amazing.
I love the large display with its easy-to-read numbers, and the date window is large enough to see without a magnifying lens. I would highly recommend this watch to anyone looking for a good "tool" watch.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on August 12, 2009
Sturdy and well made. runs great. looks great with jeans or a little dressier. and have banged it a little and hasn't scratched. love it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 22, 2009
This watch is better than I thought it'd be. It's face is larger than most watches so it fits my wrist well. As for the price and all the other buyers complaining about the inflated retail price, yes the retail price is inflated, but the $55 I paid for this watch is well worth it. Go ahead and try finding a Victornox Swiss Army watch for under $80 anywhere else.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 27, 2009
It's a great watch, elegant in it's utilitarian design. Swiss movement at a bargain price.

MSPR is $145. Some unscrupulous sellers on Amazon are attempting to sell this very same watch USED @ $235.

Don't fall for it. It can be purchased at $90. less than the above used price (MSPR @ $145.)

or as low as $70. discounted.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 3, 2011
This is one of the finest and handsomest watches I have owned. It is well made, reliable, easy to read. I use it daily and would repeat the purchase in a heartbeat if or when I ever need a new watch.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 27, 2010
I sent this watch to my father for his birthday last year. I've seen him several times since then, and he loves this watch, and I'm impressed, too. I picked it because it had a large very legible face, and in person it is even more legible than it looked on the web. The watch is also a bit larger than I thought it was (some mfrs measure the entire case, others just the face), but the size is fine, no problem with it. It's a very handsome watch in person, too, and my father delightedly reports that it keeps excellent time, too. Definitely recommended.

By the way, my dad also loves joking that the only thing about the watch that he doesn't love, is that he's concerned that if Switzerland ever goes to war, he might be called up for service. :-)
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