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Seiko Chronograph Men's Watches on Bracelets (Select Styles)

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JomaShop.com has Seiko Chronograph Men's Watches on Bracelets (Select Styles) on sale for $79.99 when you apply promo code SE20 in your cart. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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I'm liking the one with the blue face, what kind of warranty are they offering?
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I'm liking the one with the blue face, what kind of warranty are they offering?
3 years
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I'm looking for 48mm size, any recommendation in the Seiko or Citizen category? Atomic receiver is plus too
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Tough choice, but I went with the silver one because I felt it would be easier to match with my outfits. Great timing, because my current watch crapped out beyond repair last month.
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I ordered one, and then noticed the band. I wrestled with one, with those types of pins, off and on for about 2 days to resize myself. I found videos that make it look somewhat easy. Obviously I was apparently missing the trick to it. I can knock out your typical steel bracelet in about 2 minutes. I told myself I'd never buy another like this, but oh well.
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Where is it made?
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Where is it made?
Movement Japan.
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I'm looking for 48mm size, any recommendation in the Seiko or Citizen category? Atomic receiver is plus too
You should look at fossils if you're looking in that size range.
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I ordered one, and then noticed the band. I wrestled with one, with those types of pins, off and on for about 2 days to resize myself. I found videos that make it look somewhat easy. Obviously I was apparently missing the trick to it. I can knock out your typical steel bracelet in about 2 minutes. I told myself I'd never buy another like this, but oh well.
This^

Those bracelets are absolute crap. They rattle and they're unsightly when you see all the layers of metal on each link. Resizing them is also a huge pain, as you have to actually hammer out those "keys" to remove links.

I first resized this style of band on my SNKL23 and I ended up just switching to a leather band. Original bracelet didn't do the watch justice
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Pretty easy to size once you get the hang of it. Don't let that dissuade you if you like the watch.
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Boring plain design repeated over a few color schemes.
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Pretty easy to size once you get the hang of it. Don't let that dissuade you if you like the watch.
https://youtu.be/Bls6OhWNLKA

Leaving that there for reference. I personally find this style of bracelet to be a deal breaker, but I'm quite picky for my watch collection. I literally had to hammer the key out of my bracelet because it wouldn't budge. Wish they would have stayed with the traditional pin and collar system
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How slick is this deal? Should I pull the trigger or wait for a nicer watch?
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