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As the owner of this watch for 12 years, I can tell you to go ahead and disregard the people who say you can only "wash it but don't submerge it." Baloney. The manufacturer may not claim its waterproof (because then how do they claim the next step up is better? Or avoid having to replace the occasional QC fail?) But he… see more As the owner of this watch for 12 years, I can tell you to go ahead and disregard the people who say you can only "wash it but don't submerge it." Baloney. The manufacturer may not claim its waterproof (because then how do they claim the next step up is better? Or avoid having to replace the occasional QC fail?) But here's a list of what you can do in this watch without concern:
I've snorkeled in this watch down to 5 meters for four+ hours of continuous submersion.
I've laid in a pool for an entire day, playing volleyball and going down waterslides.
I've parasailed and jumped off high dives.
I've gone jetskiing, boating, waterskiing, tubing, kneeboarding and fallen HARD wearing it.
I've showered, bathed and sat in hot tubs FAR beyond the recommended healthy time limit with it on.
Not a whiff of condensation or corrosion. NEVER been serviced. Still keeps perfect time.

With the exception of actual SCUBA diving beyond 5 meters, this watch can take it. Not sure if these other guys own one or just read a website describing what WR means, but I own it, I've owned it a long time, and there's simply no stopping this thing.

There is literally no better watch on earth for $60. Believe me, I've looked. I also own far more expensive watches and keep considering re-buying this one. I love the size of it too, very demure. Can find it cheaper on ebay and other watch sites than on amazon, too. see less
As the owner of this watch for 12 years, I can tell you to go ahead and disregard the people who say you can only "wash it but don't submerge it." Baloney. The manufacturer may not claim its waterproof (because then how do they claim the next step up is better? Or avoid having to replace the occasional QC fail?) But here's a list of what you can do in this watch without concern:
I've snorkeled in this watch down to 5 meters for four+ hours of continuous submersion.
I've laid in a pool for an entire day, playing volleyball and going down waterslides.
I've parasailed and jumped off high dives.
I've gone jetskiing, boating, waterskiing, tubing, kneeboarding and fallen HARD wearing it.
I've showered, bathed and sat in hot tubs FAR beyond the recommended healthy time limit with it on.
Not a whiff of condensation or corrosion. NEVER been serviced. Still keeps perfect time.

With the exception of actual SCUBA diving beyond 5 meters, this watch can take it. Not sure if these other guys own one or just read a website describing what WR means, but I own it, I've owned it a long time, and there's simply no stopping this thing.

There is literally no better watch on earth for $60. Believe me, I've looked. I also own far more expensive watches and keep considering re-buying this one. I love the size of it too, very demure. Can find it cheaper on ebay and other watch sites than on amazon, too.

redstone01
· April 6, 2018
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An 18mm band is the largest size you may use on the Seiko 5 SNK807.
G Peterson
· February 10, 2015
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The case is 37mm. I don't know the lengths of the lugs extended from the case. It's a smaller watch slightly in comparison to the skx009 (Pepsi diver) in diameter, but much slimmer in thickness because the snk807 isn't waterproofed for saturation or beefed up in thick stainless steel for extra durability. It won't get … see more The case is 37mm. I don't know the lengths of the lugs extended from the case. It's a smaller watch slightly in comparison to the skx009 (Pepsi diver) in diameter, but much slimmer in thickness because the snk807 isn't waterproofed for saturation or beefed up in thick stainless steel for extra durability. It won't get in the way with long sleeve shirts/dress shirts. It's not a "cheap" watch by any means in terms of build quality. It does its job as it is intended to do. It's a comfortable sporty/dress casual watch that can go on adventures taking a beating, to work in many environments, and to last you for possibly your whole life with Seiko's robust and accurate 7s26 movement. You will not be disappointed. see less The case is 37mm. I don't know the lengths of the lugs extended from the case. It's a smaller watch slightly in comparison to the skx009 (Pepsi diver) in diameter, but much slimmer in thickness because the snk807 isn't waterproofed for saturation or beefed up in thick stainless steel for extra durability. It won't get in the way with long sleeve shirts/dress shirts. It's not a "cheap" watch by any means in terms of build quality. It does its job as it is intended to do. It's a comfortable sporty/dress casual watch that can go on adventures taking a beating, to work in many environments, and to last you for possibly your whole life with Seiko's robust and accurate 7s26 movement. You will not be disappointed.
Justin
· March 28, 2015
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It only shows day and date. The day can be set for either English or Spanish, on the photo is shows Spanish.
Kindle Customer
· December 20, 2015
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Can’t remember, this is not a good watch, it stopped working in 1 year.
CE
· November 2, 2018
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It is bilingual on dates who cares about a booklet in espanol
znofob
· November 1, 2018
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No idea why it says battery - it is an automatic. However, it is purely self-winding - you cannot wind it and "store up" movement. If you don't wear it, or store it in a winding box, it will stop. Nevertheless, for the price, it's a pretty nice watch.
Tom Pringle
· August 13, 2020
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Mine seems to last about 7 to 8 hours I wear it all day and take it off at night and stops in about 6 or 7 hours after taking it off. It says it has a 40 hir reserve but all the reviews of I have seen do not agree. I really like the watch but the fact that it keeps stopping and I have to reset it makes it unacceptable … see more Mine seems to last about 7 to 8 hours I wear it all day and take it off at night and stops in about 6 or 7 hours after taking it off. It says it has a 40 hir reserve but all the reviews of I have seen do not agree. I really like the watch but the fact that it keeps stopping and I have to reset it makes it unacceptable and will have to return it/ see less Mine seems to last about 7 to 8 hours I wear it all day and take it off at night and stops in about 6 or 7 hours after taking it off. It says it has a 40 hir reserve but all the reviews of I have seen do not agree. I really like the watch but the fact that it keeps stopping and I have to reset it makes it unacceptable and will have to return it/
Amazon Customer
· August 11, 2018
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Should be in the sales draft for details
new watch
· May 2, 2019
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I never think about / so i do not know / but if it less than 100 us$ and problem hapend - maybe better to buy a new one instead to pay for warranty ( spacial if you talk about Japanies compaies
bury yoav
· July 17, 2018