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Seiko Perpetual watch,
This review is from: Seiko Men's SNQ045 Perpetual Calendar Black Ion Dress Watch (Watch)
I bought this watch in 2002. In Febrary 2007, the watch's calendar went out of sync. I have taken the watch to 3 different authorized Seiko Jewelers to have fixed. The battery has been replaced twice. The last Jeweler contacted Seiko and learned the perpetual calendar mechanisn has a defect. Seiko knows about the defect and offers no fix, refund or any kind of resolution. They just said "too bad". I will never buy another Seiko.
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Initial post: Jan 14, 2013 5:14:49 PM PST
Earlier models of the Seiko perpetual calendar did not have this problem. But the battery changes are annoying as -- if the watch stops -- you must reset the date inside the watch, not by using the crown. Oww.
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