Lakecottage 11/29/22
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A Comparison with my Old Watch

I have been using this watch for one month now. My previous watch, which lasted 30+ years, was a Seiko which was thinner and lighter. The Seiko luminescence was mostly gone after 30+ years and the day part of the day/date function stopped working but, the watch was still accurate to 10 seconds a year. This new watch has barely more luminescence than the Seiko after 30 years. I fully charged the battery when I got this watch so I am waiting to see how long it lasts without specially charging it. I actually find I prefer the known 3-4 year battery life than having to get my watch environmentally charged (I wear it 24 hours). The accuracy is within limits (loses 8 seconds a month). The watch is also bulkier than the Seiko. Seems like a decent watch but honestly, I wish I'd gotten the Seiko. Smaller, lighter, more luminescence and better accuracy (after 30+ years' experience of daily use 24/7).

Chris 07/13/22
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Very heavy for titanium watch

The watch is nice looking and comfortable but considerably heaver than other titanium citizen watch I have. I didn’t expect it to be as heavy as it is.

vmakdag 03/28/24
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Small fonts and font size on calendar display

The watch is light and right. It tells time flawlessly. However, the calendar fonts are almost unreadable at a quick glance due to the black background and fonts used. You have to focus to read.

Spreckoak 04/09/23
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Crown hits my wrist bones on the left hand.

Watch meets what I was looking for, very light and easy to read (except the date is difficult for older eyes -1 star and is too recessed making it even harder to read). The next star off was due to the protruding crown. When wearing this on the left side and not being extremely tight it will come down hit your wrist bones which is annoying so much I switched it to my right side. It would be nice to have an option for the crown to face towards elbow for left hand wearing watch people (maybe two versions). I can move it to my right wrist to prevent the crown from causing this issue, but it's seems unnatural to me to wear it on the right side.