Seiko has long been a household name in watches, with its quality and craftsmanship often drawing praise from even the pickiest horologists. But nothing in life is truly perfect, is it? We wanted to find out from Seiko watch lovers some of the issues they have had with their favorite timepiece, and this is what we learned:
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It Catches a Lot of Dirt
Seiko watches need quarterly cleaning. My Seiko watch is very reliable, and it has been with me for more than a decade now. However, I noticed that it catches a lot of dirt that goes to the crevices of my watch. Hence, I need to get it cleaned quarterly. This is not bad as cleaning enhances its performance and elongates its life span, so this is a good thing.
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