Brief introduction to Seiko G757 Chronograph.
If you have visited this site may mean that you either are a happy owner of this watch, or are you just going to buy it – It’s quite possible that you are now asking yourself – the same as I once … Is it worth it to spend more money to have it ?
I simply answer – Yes ! It is worth to spend some money to get it … Why it’s worth ?
… this watch will definitely provide you with a lot of positive impressions. Seiko G757 is 100 percent authentic watch. What does it mean the real watch ? … The Watch (as befits a Seiko) has a stainless steel case – no galvanic coatings that can wipe with time.
Although G757 is thick on almost 10 mm (0.39 inch) it’s really much…
…keeping a watch in his hand or wearing it, don’t feel the thickness - a pleasant surprise – it’s just right. Seiko G757 is also a quite heavy watch, like some old mechanical watches with balance wheel and automatic winding.
While holding it in his hand it seems to be heavy however wearing is comfortable. The weight is the right one. Wearing it gives the impression of Genuine LCD Watch. In addition, the Seiko G757 has a Thick Glass (almost 2 mm), which I personally like it.
This Japanese Watch has a large very comfortable buttons (softly work). Also a wonderful (as in most Seiko Watches) LCD screen. The contrast and clarity works perfectly after 35 years even at low battery level !
Need to add the issue of quite important – like most Seiko watches so this watch measures the time very accurately. I have a feeling that it is even more accurate than the other seiko – perhaps for that G757 comes with the best times for LCD watches – that dates from the early eighties. Highlighting and really Loud Buzzer – which offers G757 – surely find them useful.
The Seiko despite being unusual – today, it’s not surprising amount of features. But on the other hand, the ones he has – make a lot of pleasure … more than in other watches.
Five basic functions that the Seiko G757 offers us – in the eighties became innovation
Today they are completely sufficient. In my opinion, they are still innovative – even today. When it comes to way to display and the comfort – still run out in the future…
The other thing that surprised me it that G757 chronograph – as befits a James Bond Watch – is really indestructible. The watch … picture above … has been used for many years. Still running like new …
This is the Predecessor of Model G757 SEIKO SPOTRS 100 – used in the film in 1983. Although on the Catalog from the early eighties – these two models are presented side by side.