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Seiko Men's SKX009 Diver's Automatic Watch Reviews

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Seiko Men's SKX009 Diver's Automatic Watch Reviews (7 total)

Tough as as G-shock (dropped it on hardwood floor twice). Nice and weighty but not cumbersome. Not the most accurate watch I've ever owned (see hardwood floor), but probably the most reliable. Worth every penny. At 20,000 pennies (give or take. my math sucks.), it's a steal
This watch is a gateway drug. You'll probably get addicted to Seiko's and automatic watches.
Enroy ·
A incredible watch, a birthday present from my partner and my birth year. Yep it's a vintage 1997 SKX. The lume is natuuuuuural.
Hamilton ·
Great watch. Make sure to get the “J1” (made in Japan) model.
With a Hirsch leather strap
Pete Sampras ·
This classic Seiko diving watch is a trustworthy companion and can keep up with a gentleman's sporty lifestyle. This diver's watch combines technology, with a rugged and stylish design. The 22-millimeter-wide bracelet with a fold-over safety clasp transitions smoothly into the classic round 45-millimeter case, both of which are constructed of stainless steel with a bright, polished silver finish. Encased safely inside a scratch-resistant Hardlex crystal, the deep-blue dial accentuates the light-catching, LumiBrite hands and hour markers, and is bordered by a two-tone, blue and red stainless-steel, rotating bezel with markers to measure elapsed time. This sophisticated timepiece also sports a window at 3 o'clock that displays both the date and day. As resilient as it is sophisticated, this analog watch is driven by an automatic movement that is powered by the motion of your wrist, and is water resistant down to 660 feet.
Dat ·
Rough, handsome, and absolutely uncompromising where it counts. It's easily affordable at under $170, has the excellent 7S26 movement, and can actually tolerate TWICE it's supposed 200m limit [according to a user on Watchuseek]