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5.0 out of 5 stars outstanding!, July 19, 2006
I've owned mostly Seiko's since 1971 when I bought my first one in Hong Kong. It was an automatic and lasted 5 years, till I dropped it. My latest did the same. This titanium is the best of them all. Light, clean, accurate, and prety thin. Very easy to read in bad light with these tired eyes. To take out a link on the band, all you need is an ice pick or similar. Undo the band pin, and put the watch on a towel. Put the tip of the pick in the depression, and push hard following the arrows on the band. It will come out slowly, and you can snatch it out. After that, put it back together, and adjust the fine tune using the holes in the clasp. Not too hard if you're strong enough.

I normally don't buy battery watches because I hate to get a new battery and all the hassle. With this 5 year life, though, it should be ok. The increased accuracy, thinness, and reduced weight, makes it worth it to me. BTW, titanium is much tougher than SS, and won't scratch as easily. It looks better, and weighs less. Highly satisfied with this watch! (I hate all the monster watches now being sold to the kiddies).
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Initial post: Dec 5, 2010 1:28:49 PM PST
James Reese says:
Actually, titanium scratches easier than stainless steel, unless the titanium has gone through an anodizing process.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 16, 2012 2:25:33 PM PST
What kind of warranty did youget with the watch if it was new?
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