Originally Posted by Crane's
I'm not so sure about Seiko being a company who slipped down the pipe. I think they found their market and then developed themselves well within it. I wear a Seiko chronograph that I've had for eons. My wallets have gone through hell but this thing as gone through hell and back again. If I do manage to kill it I would go and buy another one in a heartbeat.
wish I could find one of their automatic divers like the one I had a few decades ago......
I also own a Seiko watch that I got as a Christmas gift from my girlfriend in 2006 (exactly a year and a half ago today) and it is by far the best watch that I have ever owned. It has been perfect to me. Enough so that I will most likely never buy a more expensive, fancier, more upscale, etcetera watch in my whole life. Therefore, I do not think that Seiko's quality has suffered at all, not even the least bit, let alone any amount more than the least bit.