First of all, if you love your one, that's great. Enjoy! It's a beautiful watch.
But no one talks about the issues with this watch so here it goes:
I just sold mine today at a big discount because the pusher lock screw was damaged. They get stuck. And I mean broken stuck. I managed to unscrew mine with pliers after 20 minutes of trying. And it's not a rare issue. But some people never get it fixed and just sell it as it is.
And there are no replacement parts that I could find anywhere.
If you paid $3.50 for a box of bolts and nuts and they got stuck from mild finger twisting - you'd be annoyed.
Now times that by 100 and you have a $350+ watch that does exactly that.
Add on top of that:
The pushers never stay locked or unlocked. They move all the time. If they aren't stuck they are extremely loose.
The chronograph minutes subdial is incredibly tiny (common issue but my Citizen is significantly easier to read). And I have very good eyesight.
The locking pushers are extremely hard to screw while wearing the watch. (Unless the strap is really loose)
The bulbous case back shape causes a pressure spot (for me at least) and makes the watch less stable on the wrist. Also a common issue with some brands but none of my other watches have this issue.
This watch was overpriced at 250. Now that Seiko are raising their prices significantly it's a total rip off. It's almost 450 on Amazon right now.
For a good looking watch that will break from extremely light use, a fair price is no more than 50 bucks. 100 if we're pushing it.
Seems like a really dumb issue to have. A company like Seiko should be able to manufacture a screw.