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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; Black dial; Date-and-day functions
- Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving
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Black rubber strap;Stainless steel case;Black dial;Luminous hands and hour markers;Black unidirectional elapsed time bezel;Sweep second hand;Scuba diver's;Water resistant to 200 meters;Date and day display at 3:00;Hardlex crystal;Japan automatic movement;
From Humble beginnings, Kintaro Hattori’s Vision for Seiko has become reality. A consuming passion for excellence - imprinted in our Corporate DNA passed from generation to generation. Seiko, for 125 years committed to the art and science of time.
A culture of innovation connects a 19th century Tokyo clock shop with 20th century advances in timekeeping to an extraordinary 21st century "quiet revolution." Continually driven by dedication and passion, established a multitude of world’s first technologies… transforming the principles of timekeeping.
The first quartz wristwatch – changed the history of time.
The first Kinetic – marked a new era in quartz watch technology.
In 1969, Seiko Astron, the first quartz wristwatch - was introduced.
In an instant, Seiko exponentially improved the accuracy of wristwatches –And Seiko technology firmly established today’s standard in Olympic and sports timing.
1984, another celebrated first – Kinetic Technology – powered by body movement.
Kinetic – a quartz mechanism with unparalleled accuracy –the driving force behind more world’s firsts.
Kinetic Chronograph – the next generation of high performance timekeeping.
Kinetic Auto Relay – automatically resets to the correct time.
Kinetic Perpetual - combining the date perfect technology of perpetual calendar with the genius of Kinetic Auto Relay.
And now Kinetic Direct Drive – move, and the watch is powered automatically. Or hand wind it and see the power you are generating in real time.
In the realm of fine watches, time is measured by Seiko innovation – A heritage of dedication to the art and science of time.
- Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000B5MI3Q
- Item model number: SKX007K
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Seiko|
|Dial window material type||Hardlex|
|Case material||Stainless Steel|
|Case diameter||42 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||13 millimeters|
|Band width||22 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless Steel|
|Item weight||5.28 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||660 Feet|
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To look better with age as they gain a little patina. They also look great on NATO, zulu and leather straps. I haven't grabbed a bracelet yet but that's another way to go. These watches seem to have a cult following and punch above their weight in terms of looks and value. No, they're not a Tag or a Rolex but these can be worn in the garage, mowing the lawn and to work. People seem to really like it when I wear it and I'm often asked to take it off so they can look at it. It's an automatic watch and will stop ticking after about 48 hours of non wearing. If this bothers you then grab a watch winder. I just set mine and pop them on. Easy.
The Seiko diver is a timeless piece. If your a watch guy you can spot one a mile away.
If you don't have an SKX007 in your collection yet, get one. Then get an SKX009
- 120 click unidirectional bezel (2x normal)
- super strong
- Hardlex crystal which is surprisingly scratch resistant.
- high polish case fairly scratch resistant
- tells time
- 21,600 bph second hand looks cooler than a quartz's lame 3,600bph
- updated version of one that was in "Apocalypse Now"
- tells date
I selected the 007K model over the made-for-America 173 solely on price and I'm glad that I did. There are some slight differences (rectangular luminous markers, different seconds hand, text on dial), but they were all essentially the same to my taste, and the 007K was a little over half the price.
Its accuracy is reasonable but not spectacular, and the strap is not the most comfortable (I replaced mine with a black NATO), but it is durable, waterproof to 200m, and a great looking piece - especially for this price.
I spent the extra few bucks on the express shipping, and it was definitely worth it. I ordered it late Friday and was signing for it Tuesday morning, with tracking updates available online every step of the way.
Bottom line: a great value for a solid, dependable, good-looking diver's watch. Recommended.
The watch seems to keep perfect time, glad I don't have to deal with batteries anymore.
Bought the watch to replace a Seiko Men's Diver from the late 80's (quartz). I loved that watch also, but didn't like changing batteries every couple years. The SKX007K is perfect for me, slightly larger than the quartz model, better shaped bezel to protect the crystal, thicker case, larger day/date window and still has the classic watch face. My original watch I used for diving back when people actually needed a dive watch to compute repetitive dives on dive tables. I doubt I'll need that function on this one, but I'll still wear it diving without fear of destroying it.
I have never liked the rubber wrist band of the Seiko divers, but nylon bands only run about 10 dollars. I put the rubber band from this watch and put it on my old Seiko diver and dropped it in the dresser drawer. Maybe one of my kids will wear it, but for now they call it "Old people Clock"...
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