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SKX007K,Men's Automatic Diver,Self Winding,Stainless Steel Case and silicone strap,Screw Crown,200m WR,SKX007

SKX007K,Men's Automatic Diver,Self Winding,Stainless Steel Case and silicone strap,Screw Crown,200m WR,SKX007

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SEIKO?SKX007K,Men's Automatic Diver,Self Winding,Stainless Steel Case and silicone strap,Screw Crown,200m WR,SKX007

Gender: Male

Mechanical watches are not as accurate as quartz watches.; Please do not expect 100% accuracy.; Seiko 200 meter; Stainless steel case; Screw back; Screw crown; Non-factory warranty. Seller one year warranty.

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Nicholas D.
Portland
62 reviews
A classic watch, perfect for any adventure. At 42mm, the watch is contemporarily sized and it pairs well with a jubilee bracelet. The 7s26 movement is pretty much billet proof and, though it doesn’t offer hacking or hand winding, it will likely last forever.
A classic watch, perfect for any adventure. At 42mm, the watch is contemporarily sized and it pairs well with a jubilee bracelet. The 7s26 movement is pretty much billet proof and, though it doesn’t offer hacking or hand winding, it will likely last forever.
Zak B.
Toronto
17 reviews
This is the first automatic I ever bought and it is an absolute gem. Seiko doesn’t get enough credit for their craftsmanship. Guys who have extensive collections of Rolex, Omega, etc. still carry an SKX. Good diver with a unidirectional rotating bezel, powered by Seiko’s in house 7s26 movement. Besides being basically indestructible the quality could warrant a much larger price tag. I think it retails for around 300$. It loses a bit of time, definitely not within range of the COSC standards but for the money you can’t beat an skx. Even looking at higher price point watches I would seriously consider Grand Seiko as a big competitor to some of the more marketed brands (Rolex and friends). Value and quality are Seiko’s foundational values it seems, you will never overpay for anything you buy from them.
This is the first automatic I ever bought and it is an absolute gem. Seiko doesn’t get enough credit for their craftsmanship. Guys who have extensive collections of Rolex, Omega, etc. still carry an SKX. Good diver with a unidirectional rotating bezel, powered by Seiko’s in house 7s26 movement. Besides being basically indestructible the quality could warrant a much larger price tag. I think it retails for around 300$. It loses a bit of time, definitely not within range of the COSC standards but for the money you can’t beat an skx. Even looking at higher price point watches I would seriously consider Grand Seiko as a big competitor to some of the more marketed brands (Rolex and friends). Value and quality are Seiko’s foundational values it seems, you will never overpay for anything you buy from them.
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