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Seiko Men's Watch SKX009K2

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  • Automatic Collection
  • Automatic Movement
  • 200 Meters / 656 Feet / 20 ATM Water Resistant
  • 45mm Case Diameter
  • Hardlex Crystal
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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name Seiko
Model number SKX009K2
Part Number SKX009K2
Model Year 2014
Item Shape round
Dial Window Material Type Hardlex
Display Type Analogue
Clasp Type jewelry-clasp
Case Material Stainless Steel
Case Diameter 40 millimetres
Case Thickness 12
Band Material Stainless Steel
Band Length Mens Standard
Band Width 23 millimetres
Band Colour Silver
Dial Colour Black
Bezel Material Stainless Steel
Bezel Function Uni_directional
Calendar Day and Date
Special Features luminous
Weight 200 grams
Movement Automatic
Water Pressure Resistance 20 bar
Warranty Type Manufacturer

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 15 x 15 cm ; 200 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 340 g
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  • Item model number: SKX009K2
  • ASIN: B000OP1M6M
  • Date first available at 12 Jan 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,733 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

Amazing Seiko Men's Black Dial 200M Professional Automatic Diver Watch . Approximate bracelet width: 22mm. Approximate case thickness : 13mm. Approximate Case diameter: 43mm. Water resistant to 200 meters. Date and day indicator at 3 o'clock position. Uni-directional rotating bezel. Black Dial. Automatic movement. 3-fold clasp with push button release and secure lock. Solid stainless steel bracelet. Hardlex crystal. Solid Stainless steel case. Caliber 7S26. Seiko Divers Automatic. Now which man would pass up on a watch like this?? Buy it for him now to show him how much he means to you, or treat yourself to it - at this price you deserve it!!

Customer Reviews

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Purple Ferret VINE VOICE on 10 Nov 2011
I bought one of these in 1998 as a present to myself when I could first afford a "decent watch". Since then I have also gone on to have a couple of Omegas (Speedmaster and a Seamaster) as well as a couple of other premium Seikos but his one has, without doubt, proved to be the best value of the lot. Throughout all of this time it hasn't missed a beat, it's built like brick outhouse and still looks as good as the day I bought it despite regular use.

The automatic movement is ideal for a diver's watch as battery replacement becomes expensive if water resistant seals need replacing every time, and the supposed loss of accuracy over a quartz movement has proved negligible to non existent in my experience. The face is a lesson in simplicity with big clear lumibrite markings making it easy to see in the dark. The sweep second hand also has a "counterbalance style" lumibrite tab which I think is a nice feature. I find the addition of day as well as date in the 3 o'clock window a useful feature for us "old shift workers" who loose track of which day it is too easily. Adjustment is made using a screw down crown (for those who can't bothered to read the instructions turn it one way to adjust the date and the other for the day), and the depth rating to 20 atm means that it really will perform if called to.

The cost of this watch is a fraction of the service cost alone for my Omegas, yet it has proved more accurate and I think looks just as good. It's a little heavier, but then this is a big heavy watch - and I like it that way.

This model is available on a stainless steel bracelet or rubber strap. My experience with the bracelet was that some of the links stretched over time, I replaced it with a rubber strap (which technically is truer to the ethos being a diver's watch after all) and all has been well since.

This watch is my trusty old friend, and I look forward to many more years together!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Patrick Mountford on 18 Sep 2010
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This is a lovely watch, heavy-duty build and very high quality. Highly-polished case and bracelet, clear and attractive face which is interesting to behold but mercifully unencumbered with additional and utterly unnecessary dials and gadgets. Sexy, old school automatic movement, excellent luminescence. The secure bracelet was adjusted in seconds at my local jeweller (3 links-average sized wrist) for free. Atractive red/blue bezel is well-made, rotates anti-clockwise only and is very positive in use. Sweep second hand (luminous), easy date/time change, looks as good as the top Swiss brands. UPDATE June 2011- Having owned the watch for several months without problems, it has recently decided to stop working on 4 occasions so I'll be returning it, leaving my confidence in Seiko watches irrevocably damaged. My 5-star award is now revoked and replaced with the wooden spoon!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D Deacon TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Sep 2013
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This is like a piece of 'wrist sculpture'. It hugs the wrist then rises above it with a crown circling a clear deep blue-black face like a deep sea pool into which you could dive into time... Pi has got nothing on this!

Okay it's a watch. It's a lovely watch which comes in a nice box. Chunky and good looking it is. Mine, so far, is keeping reasonably accurate time. Maybe variations are due to usage since if too low it likely loses more time.

I found that the watch had stopped when I got it but it started immediately upon wristing it and has maintained power and time with normal usage.

I don't go for the £395 rrp. Still, £155 is about right. I hope it lasts longer than the Invicta thing I had which stopped and never started after a few months.

Whatever a handsome timepiece.

EDIT>> Sadly mine's gone back since the hour and minute hands got out of sync with each other. I'm sure it was okay when I bought it and I have not knocked or dropped it, so something is loose. Likely I'll buy another one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Carry On fan on 6 Jan 2011
I purchased one of these around 5 years back. It's the only watch I own and as far as I can see, likely to be the only watch I'll ever need. I've worn it daily without incident and it's reliably ticking away on my wrist as I type this. I can honestly say that it's never stopped in all those years. So far it has fared thus:

* The bezel has faded a little. The red on mine isn't quite so bright but I don't see that as necessarily a bad thing. It has aged nicely so doesn't look so brash now.
* As Mr.Ferrer reports in his review, automatic watches are mechanical and do not have the accuracy of quartz watches - so they can gain or lose a little. Mine gains around 1 min a week - nothing serious.

On the plus side:
* The watch comes with a good, secure strap. Once locked, it won't be coming off your wrist again until you release the security clasp. Mine has never accidentally come open.
* The brightwork (plating) is good. I've had watches where the plating wore off after a couple of years to reveal a brass case. I've had watches whose backs have gone black after swimming. The plating on this Seiko is as good as new after 5 years, continuous wearing.
* The crystal glass is bullet proof. No scratches or chips after 5 years. This may be due to it being slightly recessed within the bezel (which takes the majority of bangs and scrapes - though that has fared well too).
* The crown screws down nice and tight for that feeling of confidence when going swimming. Mine has no signs of moisture ingress despite being repeatedly immersed in pools and in the sea.

I can thoroughly recommend this watch. Last Christmas my wife pointed out that I'd had it for some years and asked if I'd like to choose a new one? 'No thanks'! This one's just fine!
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