Aristo 3H58A review
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    Aristo 3H58A review

    I purchased an ARISTO 3H58A and i was completely disappointed in the quality. The dial looked like it was made out of paper and starting to warp. The super-luminova numbering was a joke; smeared printing, and not crisp nor complete. I contacted the manufacturer, Aristo-Vollmer, and never got a response from them but only one from their authorized dealer, Long Island Watches. I ended up returning the watch and was only out around $170USD for shipping and taxes. I would never buy this watch nor recommend it to anyone.

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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    You were expecting a high quality watch at that price?
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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    Two post of the same content ? Any other contribution to this forum?
    You should consider to buy Invicta.
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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    Quote Originally Posted by ericcorolla View Post
    I purchased an ARISTO 3H58A and i was completely disappointed in the quality. The dial looked like it was made out of paper and starting to warp. The super-luminova numbering was a joke; smeared printing, and not crisp nor complete. I contacted the manufacturer, Aristo-Vollmer, and never got a response from them but only one from their authorized dealer, Long Island Watches. I ended up returning the watch and was only out around $170USD for shipping and taxes. I would never buy this watch nor recommend it to anyone.
    Personally, I'd be more pissed about having wasted $170 on postage. Why are you out on taxes?

    Sorry to hear of your experience, but I'm sure it's good information for others. Good of you to share.

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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    Quote Originally Posted by ericcorolla View Post
    ...was only out around $170USD for shipping and taxes.....
    What sort of shipping costs $170? Did you use private jet or something ? Or I assume they hit you with some restocking fees or similar, I never buy from sellers charging those...

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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    Quote Originally Posted by Watchbreath View Post
    You were expecting a high quality watch at that price?
    What price are you referring to? The OP was referring to watch that costs about $765 US from the retailer mentioned. The lowest cost sub $100 Casios, Seikos and Citizens virtually never have the issues mentioned by the OP
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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    The Mercedes Benz watches I used to sell in the 1-200 range did. They had the feel of a pressed tin-can.

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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    I honestly don't understand the shipping and taxes part of the original post.

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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    Thanks for your impressions but for your review to be of more value to others you should include detailed pics of the defects. Just need a camera with a macro function.

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    Re: Aristo 3H58A review

    No reason to reinvent the wheel. Plenty of Orient and Seiko automatics can be hand for that price or even half that price that'll do a solid job.

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