Seiko Women’s 5 Automatic Two-Tone Sports Watch

Posted on 22 September 2010 by

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An attractive example of uncomplicated styling and careful construction, this two toned Seiko women’s automatic timepiece is the epitome of understated refinement. The well-crafted two-tone stainless steel bracelet and case set off the fluted bezel and complement the cool silver dial. Golden hour and minute hands and bold hour markers display luminescent touches making this watch highly legible day or night. Other convenient features include a day and date window, a sweep seconds hand, and a durable mineral crystal. A graceful silhouette on any wrist, this watch transitions from tennis court to office with ease.

About Seiko
In 1877, at the age of 18, Kintaro Hattori set up business repairing the Western-style clocks that were becoming increasingly popular in Japan. By 1892, Hattori was manufacturing his own clocks in a factory he called Seikosha, from the words “seiko” meaning “exquisite,” “success,” or “miniature,” and “sha” meaning “house.” The company grew and prospered, producing its first wristwatch in 1913 and launching the Seiko brand in 1924. Technological innovation has always been a driving force in the company’s history. Key milestones include Seiko’s introduction of the world’s first quartz watch in 1969, and its successful launch, in 1988, of the Kinetic, the world’s first battery-free watch with quartz accuracy. Recognized for its technological excellence, Seiko has provided timekeeping services for the Olympic Games and the World Cup Soccer Championships. Today, the Seiko brand continues to stand for state-of-the-art technology, as well as superior quality and refined design.
Seiko Women’s 5 Automatic Two-Tone Sports Watch

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5 Comments For This Post

  1. William S. Barnard Says:

    The ‘look’ of the watch is high end, even in person. I was a little disappointed in the band, as it’s quality is lower than that of the watch. We took it two three places before we were able to get a jewler to adjust it.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Callie Says:

    The watch was shipped quickly, functions well, and looks good. My only problem is that it is difficult to snap the band. I’m hoping it will hold-up and not break. I emailed WorldofWatches who sold the watch on Amazon to ask about the problem with the band — and they never-ever answered back. I think that is a very poor business practice. Very, very poor customer service.

    I would recommend the watch to those looking for a classy, automatic watch…but you might want to buy from another merchant.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. Connie Sue Says:

    Fed up with batteries, I chose to switch to this “free” energy source (my own movements) and after a few months of use I am quite pleased with this watch. It looks very nice and is dressy enough for all settings. I have no problems with the band or clasp. Both look, feel, and work great (and I am fussy). Quibbles: it does not keep perfect time–loses 1-2 minutes per day–but I expected this and don’t mind setting it every day or so. And I do wish it had been available with a dark face for visibility.

    Overall, I am very happy with my purchase.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Dandaman Says:

    I ordered this watch for my wife and she loves it. She has had the quartz version of this watch for about 20 years. The bracelet was a little long, but I was able to remove a few links on my own, and it fits perfectly. Like I said, she loves it, and the best feature of it- NO MORE BATTERIES!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Robert S. Reti Says:

    I got this for my mum. It is a nice watch, weighty, nicely crafted and keeps decent time with a classic Seiko 5 mechanism. However the strap, while looking great in the picture is cheap, light, and a little uncomfortable (sharp edges).

    I am going to replace it when possible.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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