Customer Reviews Of:
Haemmer Navy Diver Automatic Watch - Stainless Steel Bracelet
Closeouts. Like all German-made Haemmer watches, the Navy Diver Automatic watch is big, bold and breathtaking in its precision and confident design -- a luxury timepiece for the gentleman who lives large.
Average Rating based on 7 reviews 3.714285 0 5
Reviewed by Scarslos from New York on Monday, June 3, 2013I have owned this watch for 10 days, and I really like it. Looks very expensive, heavy but not uncomfortable. I have a small wrist but it looks fine on me. It's running about 4 minutes fast by now which is ok for an automatic. My only negative comment is that the watch says "designed in Germany", but there's no info on where its actually made. Overall, a very solid, well performing watch which looks a lot more expensive than it really is. Recommended.
Reviewed by Barry from CA on Saturday, June 1, 2013I have now tried three different versions of this watch (I returned the first two) with the exact same result - it gains 1 - 2 minutes each week! And then on top of all of that when I first exposed it to any real water by going river rafting, the inside of the glass developed so much fogging and moisture that I couldn't even read the watch anymore. What kind of diving watch supposedly good to 200 meters can't handle a swim in the river!?! This watch may be "designed" in Germany, but it certainly is not made in Germany (and evidently they aren't paying very much to whatever 11 yr olds they're employing in some under-developed country to assemble these watches or they would be better quality)!
Reviewed by 8seconds from Oregon on Wednesday, April 17, 2013Let me say this is a very nice looking watch and a great price for an automatic winder. This was my first time buying an automatic watch. There was no instructions with the watch, but I found an online manual for the watch mechanism. You can manually wind this watch and it is suppose to run for 30+ hours without wearing it. I wound it and wore it, but it would stop running every 30+- min. I also read that the mechanism loses 30 seconds a day in accuracy. That means resetting the time at least once a week. I probably would have kept the watch if it worked, but you should keep in mind this is a high maintenance watch that is not that accurate. I returned it for a victronix chrongraph. I know I will have to replace the battery on it eventually, but at least I will be able to set it and forget it.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by No name from NC on Thursday, January 31, 2013This watch is of a superior quality and looks great! As nice as a Rolex at a fraction of the price. Perfect for everyday wear.
Reviewed by Johnny U from Cape Cod on Tuesday, January 1, 2013Great watch. Looks much more expensive than it was. Other reviewer who had problems with it stopping...it's an auto! It winds with the motion of your arm, just like a Rolex. Best looking watch I own and I own 12. As good as you can get for waterproof.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Appreciates Quality from Hope, Maine on Tuesday, August 14, 2012A great watch that never needs to have a battery changed, so never a problem with keeping a full waterproof seal. Perfect for larger wrists. Average wrists will be able to wear over a wetsuit.
- Best Uses: Everyday
- Describe Yourself: Classic, Comfort-Oriented
- Pros: Autowind never open case, Comfortable, Easy To Put On, High Quality, Perfect for Left-Handers
- Was this a gift?: No
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jose Luis from San Juan, Puerto Rico on Thursday, July 12, 2012This watch is perfect for the day by day use and at the same time for outdoor use
- Best Uses: Casual Wear, Everyday
- Cons: Japan movement
- Describe Yourself: Accountant, Career, Practical
- Pros: Comfortable, Good value for the price, High Quality
- Was this a gift?: No