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June 28, 2013

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jonnybardo

That's a well-worn watch. I'm pretty sure none of my watches would go that route because I don't wear any of them enough. I suppose the most likely to go that way would be the SKZ267 with its plastic sides. We'll see in a few years.

Gary

I'm surprised Seiko uses plastic parts for these "guard" pieces. It seems that they could have just as easily used metal parts.

My Casios are all plastic, so I guess the whole case will deteriorate at some point.

Ulysses

This is why I always avoid watches that have this "sporty" combination of materials. Plastic is susceptible to damage from skin oils and ultraviolet radiation, but I suppose they use it over metal because it's just much cheaper. Same thing with bracelets that use a few plastic links; they almost always break. Swatch are particularly prone to that.

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