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Seiko SKX013K2 Black Dial Automatic Divers Midsize Watch

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  • Imported
  • Japan 21 Jewels Automatic Movement (Calibre 7S26)
  • Stainless Steel Case and Band, Fold Over Deployment Clasp with Safety Lock Feature
  • Hardlex Crystal for Durability, Day/Date Display with Spanish Option, Luminous Hands and Markers
  • Case Size: 37mm Diameter, 11.5mm Thickness
  • Water Resistant - 200M, Screw Down Crown and Caseback
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Product Description

This is the classical mid-size men's automatic dive watch. Features a Seiko 21 jewel automatic (self-winding) movement (caliber 7S26), a day and date display,  hightly luminous hands and markers treated with Lumibrite, screw down offset crown, uni-directional 120 click bezel, scratch resistant hardlex crystal and a solid etched, screw-down case back. Includes manual and Seiko box. Case: Solid stainless steel, 38mm diameter (w/o crown) x 13mm thick Band: Jubilee style bracelet with solid links and deployant closure, 20mm. Water Resistance: 20 ATM Warranty: 2 Years

  • ASIN: B000Y91CLS
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3.5 x 2.6 inches; 4.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces
  • Origin: Japan
  • Item model number: SKX013K2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,092 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Product Specifications

    Watch Information
    Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Seiko
    Model number SKX013K2
    Part Number SKX013K2
    Model Year 2010
    Item Shape Round
    Dial window material type Hardlex
    Display Type Analogue
    Case material Stainless Steel
    Case diameter 40 millimeters
    Case Thickness 12 millimeters
    Band Material Stainless Steel
    Band width 16 millimeters
    Dial color Black
    Calendar Date
    Special features Mid Size - Boys, 21 Jewels, Divers
    Item weight 4.32 Ounces
    Movement Automatic self wind
    Water resistant depth 200 Meters

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    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Matt S. on June 10, 2011
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    I bought this watch as a "I'm going to be poor for quite some time" present. I figured it would be nice to spoil myself a little before work, school, moving etc and I must say that I made the right purchase.
    Being one to research a product I spent a week searching hours to get the good and bad on this watch. The bad was all about buyers complaining it feels too light, face is too small and the case is too tall, or it doesn't keep good time. Many call it a boy's watch because of the small case/face.
    Having wrists no thicker than a broomhandle at about 6" I chose this watch for the smaller case. The case is small at 38mm and it would be nicer if Seiko put a slightly larger face on it but if I wanted that I would've bought the cheaper MAN'S WATCh 007. Being a diver's watch the case is very robust measuring about 13mm thick which is fine with me because Seiko packed the 7S26 movement from the MANS WATCH 007 in there.The lightness is due to the jubilee watch band which I think gives it a more classic stylish look when compared to the clamshell style bands.
    The bezel spins nicely yet stays sturdy with about 100ish reassuring clicks in one revolution. The crown is a spin down and works very well as it should and the band clasp does its job aswell without any issues.
    The appearance of the watch is second in appeal only to its timekeeping. This is a beautiful watch. The case is brushed in a circular pattern on top and polished on the sides and back giving it a wonderful shine. The bezel is nicely polished on the sides and the faceplate is a nice dark blue with illuminated symbols marking the time. The lume is great and very readable at night glowing for many hours.
    The 7S26 movement works well and although auto-mechanical watches usually gain time mine seems to lose it.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By IrishBill on June 13, 2010
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    I purchased this watch from JustCalculators through Amazon. Vendor responded promptly, adjusted the bracelet free of charge and the watch arrived as promised. The watch is accurate to + or - 8 secs per day. Fine for an automatic mechanical movement. Everything on the watch is right. The bezel lines up correctly when moved, hands line up with minute and hour markers correctly, etc. Size is just right for a 7" wrist. Nice Jubilee style bracelet you will want to replace with a nylon or rubber one for diving. You can't beat the quality and price for an ISO scuba watch. Alot of the oriental junk ("Desk Divers") found on the internet will not chin the bar if you actually dive. Many of them may be facially appealling, but not really depth rated. Also, the 013 does not pretend to be a copy of the Submariner. It is similar but the style stands on its own and the reputation of Seiko for building a good dive watch for 40+ years. If you want the larger version get the SKX 007. After 2+ weeks, the movement is now accurate to -4.5 secs per day.
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    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Imageon on June 8, 2011
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    I have a 6.5" wrist. I didn't need a gigantic watch. Most of the diver watches seemed to be too big.
    The movement in this watch is great. Really accurate loosing about 1 second every 4 days.
    The movement is virtually silent. None of that annoying ticking during silent times.
    The luminescence is really bright and stays lit quite a while after charging.
    The second hand pointer is set closer to the center of the watch so it can be seen easier even at night.
    The knob to set the watch is a little hard to tighten down after setting. The days are in Spanish as well as English.
    The bracelet works well with a secure clasp and plenty of flex for a solid link unit.
    The watch is a little thick and stands up off your wrist. Not so far as to be obtrusive.
    Great detail and straight forward design.
    I would recommend this watch, especially if you have a small wrist. I think it has the smallest bezel diameter of all the Seiko dive watches.
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    8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tomasina M. Covell on February 16, 2011
    This little medium Seiko tool-watch shares a place which only some few dozen heritage watches can share. And yet it's still made today, following from very closely through 4 variants in the last thirty years or so. It's now using the same caliber 7S26B movement as the full-large size SKX007, SKX009, SKX173 etc. It's for me like a lower cost and weight alternative to a DOXA diver. I just with they'd upgrade it's movement to for full stem winding and hacking second hand, without changing it, or making it a overly chunky, mannerist, statement thing, or something like the too many baroque Seiko 5's with that idiotic "SPORTS" logo. I would take a nice red second hand though! It's got as much going for it as the SKX007 only without the extra size. I'm thinking of stealing over the second hand from one to put on it though.

    I regulated mine only once after five months, for which now I can go two weeks and only be 30 seconds fast at worst. I will check it after I have the Witschi machine, but it's very good now.
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    6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Anthony L Chen on October 26, 2011
    I purchased the Seiko Midsize Diver (SKX013K2) from Creation Watches online for about $170 6 months ago. It arrived from Singapore about 2 wks after ordering. The watch case (36mm) is aptly sized for my smaller wrist. I had to size the bracelet of course. The piece is rugged and hefty yet elegant. It goes with me into the pool, shower, woods, and then out to dinner. The design of the hands and marks aren't strikingly luxurious like a higher end designer watch. After all, this is an Acura-like, daily wearer that you don't want to have to worry about much. The offset crown is a nice touch. The watch ran fast by precisely 4-5 seconds every day out of the box, and slow by 45 sec per day after I dropped it from about a meter onto a hardwood floor. I then purchased a 3-prong tool from Amazon ($13) to remove the case back and adjusted the regulator as instructed by a post in a watch forum. The procedure is about as hard as changing the oil on the TL. Precise, reliable, elegant, and reasonably priced. Can you say "Japanese product"?
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