I owned my first Seiko in the late 60's, it was a auto and quite satisfactory. Since then I went to electric, now I have gotten tired of expense and hassle of having to replace watch batteries every eight to twelve months, I decided to go back to Seiko.
I like the size, weight and appearance. As long as I am wearing it, it appears to keep pretty accurate time. There in is the disappointment. I take it off before retiring, after wearing it for eight to twelve hours, it stops running within four to five hours. This means resetting it every morning. Not the satisfaction I remember of a Seiko, a disappointment