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Seiko Men's Solar Alarm Chronograph Watch w/ Stainless Steel Bracelet EXPIRED

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JomaShop has a couple of Seiko Men's Chronograph Watches for $125 each when you apply promo code SDSE125 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Looks decent to me although both links seem to point to the same watch???
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All around good watch, price is on point too.
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In before the "no automatic no care"
FWIW I have a few Seiko, particularly the SKX007 and the 009. They are both great watches and beautiful to look at. However I just got a flightmaster and even though it's a quartz I enjoy it much more. They are at different price points, but I'm kind of over the 'automatic' thing.

I've never had a Seiko solar but this sounds like a solid price. I actually have a prospex kinetic I bought and was surprised how much I enjoyed the kinetic as well. I think the automatic guys need to branch their tastes out a bit more.

There is actually another deal for a Kinetic PADI that looked good but I'm saving up for a SARB
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In for 1. Thanks op!
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I have a Seiko solar women's watch and love it. You charge it in the sun - I stuck it in a window - initially for a few hours and that charge will last a year, even if it's kept in the dark. It continuously charges outdoors or in artificial light inside. It's nice not having to change my watch battery every couple of years.
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44mm... just pointing out that's a pretty big watch, even for a larger man. I think Invicta has a few larger, but still... 44mm especially as the big watch trend slowly dies is silly looking on a lot of wrists.
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Great watch. Personally too much clutter on the dial. I really like Brathwait watches. Small brands are great. No one knows how much your watch costs.
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Oh man so tempting.... If it had sapphire, I'd bite (I know, it's almost impossible at the price point).
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Very nice and tempting but have enough watches
I'd rather hold off for a grand seiko / spring drive
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Not sure if this is relevant to this particular deal, but have a Seiko Solar watch (not a chronograph, just a regular black face with day/date) with the clamshell SS band. I love it. It is not my everyday watch. I only use when I travel internationally but I travel quite often. I love the solar feature because I don't have worry about batteries. It has a small internal battery that is charged by exposure to daylight (or even ambient interior light). The only slight negative is you can't store in a drawer or anywhere that blocks the face's exposure to light because it will eventually die. My experience is that it will run about 2 months in the dark but once you re-expose it to light it will start right back up. I store it in a small bowl with other odds and ends on a dresser. It is exposed to indirect daylight (not sunlight) through a sheer curtain and that seems to work fine. I just have to remember to store it face up without anything (like a piece of paper) blocking the face exposure.

I have had the watch for about 8 years and it has never missed a beat. The "crystal" is a synthetic sapphire that Seiko calls "Hardlex" and it seems durable(no scratches after 8 years) and I am NOT careful about handling it (I am pretty surprised that it doesn't have any scratches after all that time). I think I paid around $80USD and I got it through a SD with Ashford
. Originally, I bought a cheap Invicta quartz as my travel watch but it only lasted about month or so before the hands fell off...;-(
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44mm... just pointing out that's a pretty big watch, even for a larger man. I think Invicta has a few larger, but still... 44mm especially as the big watch trend slowly dies is silly looking on a lot of wrists.
Big watch trend? 44mm has been standard for at least 50yrs. And it looks rather med/small on my wrist..
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