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Seiko Men's SKX009K2 Diver's Automatic Blue Dial Watch


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  • Quality Japanese Automatic movement; Functions without a battery; Powers automatically with the movement of your arm
  • Hardlex crystal
  • Case diameter: 42 mm
  • Stainless-steel case; Blue dial; Day-and-date functions
  • Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Seiko
Model number SKX009K2
Part Number SKX009K2
Model Year 2014
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Hardlex
Display Type Analog
Clasp Fold-Over Clasp with Safety
Case material Stainless Steel
Case diameter 42 millimeters
Case Thickness 12
Band Material Stainless Steel
Band length Mens
Band width 23 millimeters
Band Color Silver
Dial color Blue
Bezel material Stainless Steel
Bezel function Unidirectional
Calendar Day and date
Special features Luminous
Item weight 7.04 Ounces
Movement Japanese-Automatic
Water resistant depth 660 Feet

Product Description

This Seiko Diver men's 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.

Stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet. Unidirectional blue and red ion-plated bezel. Black / blue dial with luminous hands and dot hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Luminescent hands and markers. Date and day of the week display appears at the 3 o'clock position. Japanese automatic movement. Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal. Solid case back. Case diameter: 43 mm. Case thickness: 13 mm. Fold over clasp with safety release. Water resistant at 200 meters / 660 feet. Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, calendar. Seiko Divers Automatic Blue Dial Mens Watch SKX009K2.

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  • ASIN: B000OP1M6M
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Japan
  • Item model number: SKX009K2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,721 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    It's definitely a great watch for daily wear.
    BigDeep1 (Pradeep)
    The 7S26 caliber movement can be compared to the Miyota (Citizen) 8215 movement found in the Invicta line of watches like the Invicta 8926 Submariner homage.
    Shop Bot
    I replaced the jubilee bracelet for a super oyster bracelet and it made the watch look even better.
    John

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    69 of 76 people found the following review helpful By N8N on June 30, 2011
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    First of all, for those of you that don't know, the Seiko SKX007/009 are essentially the spiritual successor to the Seiko 6xxx diver's watches that were so popular as tool watches in the Vietnam War era. At a glance, it's hard to tell them apart - the main differences being the subtle differences in the case shape and the shape of the indices on the face. The 007 is the current black bezel version, the 009 has the "Pepsi" red/blue bezel for a little added color in your life. It uses a Seiko 7S26 automatic movement which is a decent reliable movement with only a few drawbacks - more on that later. This watch shipped from Amazon's warehouse in Kentucky unlike the comments from some previous reviewers. I've only had this particular watch for a few hours, so I can't speak to the accuracy of this watch in particular, but I've been wearing a Seiko 5 with the same movement for months now and other than it running slightly fast (not unusual for an out of the box mechanical movement that's never been regulated) I can't complain about it at all. So as to this watch - let me tell you all the little, niggling things I *don't* like about it, so you can make an educated purchase. First of all, the 7S26, unlike the Swiss ETA 2824-2 in my other dive watch (which, to be fair, cost about 5x as much) cannot be hand wound, nor does it "hack." What that means is, when you pull the crown out to the time setting position, the seconds hand keeps running, so you cannot synchronize it to the second with a time source such as a top of the hour beep on the radio, an "atomic" clock (really a clock synchronized to WWVB, but that's another discussion) or the NIST web site. Not a huge deal unless you're really need that precision, and if you did, you'd be wearing an "atomic" watch anyway.Read more ›
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    32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Fredrick S. Adam on January 15, 2010
    Bought mine almost seven years ago and wear it all day, every day, swimming, working out, or for a night on the town. Besides my wedding ring, it's the only jewelry I wear, and I've have had countless compliments on it, and never a moment's problem. Hope to have it another seven years. Best watch I've ever owned.

    Update, June 2013:
    Watch still going strong and looking good after 10 years of daily use. Never been in for repair or had the back off. Even has the original crystal and bracelet!

    Update, August 2014:
    Watch still going strong and looking good after 11 years of daily use. Never been in for repair or had the back off. Even has the original crystal and bracelet! However, it's now gaining a few minutes every couple of months. May be a good excuse to buy something new and different, perhaps one of those big Invicta Russian Divers...
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    24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Shop Bot on January 5, 2012
    Intro:

    In my opinion if you like dive watches, this model is a must have. Dive watches aren't just for diving, they make the best beater watches because they are built extra tough and the Seiko line of dive watches are built extra-extra tough.

    Watch Model:

    The watch being reviewed is the SKX009K2 which is the blue dialed pepsi bezel version. There is another model called the SKX007K2 that has a black dial and black bezel. When searching for this watch, you will also see a model SKX175 listed that looks identical to the SKX009. This model number designates the model that was for the American market and the only difference is some of the markings on the case-back.

    Watch Movement:

    This model has an automatic movement in it as opposed to a battery operated quartz movement. The automatic movement, known in Rolex circles as "perpetual" has a pendulum and clutch that moves when you move your arm. This is unnoticed by the wearer. The wearer's motion keeps the main spring constantly wound. This particular model uses the Seiko 7S26(A or B) caliber movement. I suspect that if you purchase this watch now you'll get the 7S26B version. The B version has a couple of improvements over the A version and you can read about them if you do a search on it. The 7S26 caliber movement can be compared to the Miyota (Citizen) 8215 movement found in the Invicta line of watches like the Invicta 8926 Submariner homage. Both movements have 21 jewels, and both are non-hacking. But, the Myota can be manual wound and the Seiko cannot. The Seiko will wind in both pendulum directions and the Myota only winds in one pendulum direction. Both movements have about the same accuracy and same power reserves.
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    29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Army O3Guy on July 18, 2012
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    So, after contemplating getting a Rolex Submariner I visited a few Watch Forums and the Seiko 009 and 007 came up as reasonable alternatives for the "everyday" watch. The Rolex owners weren't complaining about the Rolex, they just noted that for the price, and overall durability, the Seiko Divers Automatic was a "must have." Actually, more than a few mentioned that they wear their Seiko's far more.

    I browsed both colors, and after reading a few forums, I found out that I can change the bezel to Black, or vice versa if I wanted (ebay purchase). So, I pulled the trigger on the Blue and Red, many people note it as being a Pepsi Dial, but I see it more as the colors of the American Flag, and being that this would be a work watch (I'm in the Military), it seemed fitting. Additionally, the military history of this watch contributed to my decision as well. Noting some of the common concerns with the watch, "band feels cheap and flimsy," and "the watch face is large," I eagerly awaited shipment. I receive the watch and am immediately impressed. The watch isn't that large, but I am pretty tall (6'2"), so it fits, but if I was shorter, I believe that it still look well, and not too large. To note, I've been wearing a Suunto Vector for the last 9 years, and that face is 50mm, and the Seiko is about 8mm smaller, so I was happy. The photos listed on Amazon DO NOT do this watch justice, it looks MUCH BETTER in person. You cannot manually wind this watch, however, a few swings from the left and the right, and away the ticking went, and I set the time. Additionally, I followed the "poor mans hack" in order to synch the second hand to another watch. For that, when in the time setting mode, gently turn the crown counter clock wise, and the second hand will stop in place.
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