I have mixed feelings about this. Its a great watch in that I don't worry about batteries, it keeps good time (if you use it daily), its inexpensive (185 list, 70+/- actual) and it looks good. Its an issue in that its the second one I've purchased in the last 5 years (I like it so I keep buying it) and it started losing time - 10-15 minutes per day. I dropped it a couple of times, so that may be my fault. But the lack of horologists these days, and the fact that 'jewelers' and real 'watch repair people' means that, if it involves more than changing a battery or a "crystal", all I get is "we can overhaul it for $250" or "we have to send it out. It'll cost you $250". $250 seems the current number for any adjustment.
That said, $70+/- is a bargain for this watch if it only lasts 3 years. Its a damn good looking watch, and you don't have to buy a battery.... ever.