If you are familiar with G-shocks you are familiar with a term "resin rot" which makes the bezel and band fall apart after a while. It is what made me not consider a G-Shock as my post-apocalypse watch (a topic that comes up on G-shock forum regularly )
When I started my WIS adventure for real, i remember a certain Seiko caught my eye (it was srp031)
but i remember not buying it because i was worried about the longetivity of the resin crown guard
After that more and more Seikos started getting resin parts (Map Meter, Baby Tuna, etc.) and that made me wonder how they will behave after years of wear.
Well i believe my question has been partly answered by Yeoman Seiko's blog.
I was browsing his posts and came upon one about that topic and about a watch he saw at the watchmaker after it suffered from what looks like resin rot to me.
So, not to bore you anymore here is the link (if you havent stumbled upon it already)
Ageing of Plastic Parts – SKZ227 Mapmeter | Yeoman's Watch Review
Naturally i want to ask you fellow watch lovers, what are your thoughts and experience with this problem