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Macy's has Men's Seiko 5 Automatic 42.5mm Sports Watch w/ Blue Dial & Stainless Steel Bracelet on sale for $236 - Extra $59 Off w/ promo code FRIEND (apply in cart) = $177. Shipping is free. Thanks TheExPandables

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  • Features a 42.5mm case and 100m water resistance; includes 2-Year Limited Warranty.
  • Promo code expires 6/21; this matches a previous Frontpage deal. -StrawMan86

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Macy's [macys.com] has Men's Seiko 5 Automatic Sports Stainless Steel Bracelet (42.5mm) on sale for $236.00 - Extra 25% Off w/ promo code FRIEND (apply in cart) = $177. Shipping is Free
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Hacking means the seconds hand stops when you pull out the crown, allowing for more precise setting of time.
Winding allows you to turn the crown in order to wind the watch, instead of only relying on the automatic movement to wind it for you. Great for giving your watch a little "charge" before you put it on or top it off before bed, etc.
I don't need this I don't need this I don't need this.
Try not to think about the resale value of a watch. I know it's hard, but for the under $1000 segment, just buy the watch that you'll enjoy. Your satisfaction is worth more than the little bit that a watch may appreciate or depreciate

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4R36 movement which is an improvement over the 7S26 models that are usually this price.
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I got the white chapter ring version. I'm a seiko collector. While this lacks the skx heritage it's just better watch with hacking and winding. Granted I'm not a diver so wr means nothing to me.
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Black dial with nylon strap also same price.
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I got the white chapter ring version. I'm a seiko collector. While this lacks the skx heritage it's just better watch with hacking and winding. Granted I'm not a diver so wr means nothing to me.
Sorry, a bit new to Seiko watches but can you explain with hacking and winding? My eye is either on the made in japan SKX007 or the 5
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Sorry, a bit new to Seiko watches but can you explain with hacking and winding? My eye is either on the made in japan SKX007 or the 5
Hacking means the seconds hand stops when you pull out the crown, allowing for more precise setting of time.
Winding allows you to turn the crown in order to wind the watch, instead of only relying on the automatic movement to wind it for you. Great for giving your watch a little "charge" before you put it on or top it off before bed, etc.
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Sorry, a bit new to Seiko watches but can you explain with hacking and winding? My eye is either on the made in japan SKX007 or the 5
Hacking: ability to stop the seconds hand when you pull out the crown to adjust the time. Used for synchronizing your watch with another time source

Hand winding: let's you rotate the crown to add kinetic energy to the movement (power reserve). Notably absent feature in the skx

Between the two, unless you absolutely think you'll be taking your watch out for diving, get the newer Seiko 5

edit: also what the guy above said
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Hacking: ability to stop the seconds hand when you pull out the crown to adjust the time. Used for synchronizing your watch with another time source

Hand winding: let's you rotate the crown to add kinetic energy to the movement (power reserve). Notably absent feature in the skx

Between the two, unless you absolutely think you'll be taking your watch out for diving, get the newer Seiko 5

edit: also what the guy above said
It's a real tough call for me at the moment. Couple of things that make me lean towards SKX
- hour markings on dial is white (as opposed to off white on the 5s)
- I don't really like the Seiko logo
- made in japan
- rubber strap
- if it's true that SKX is now deadstock, seems like the price of it will go up in the future

It's a tough call.
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Sorry, a bit new to Seiko watches but can you explain with hacking and winding? My eye is either on the made in japan SKX007 or the 5
the 007j is the classic and the 5 is the new. which one you want just depends what you value more. Its like looking at classic car vs new one.

the 007J has the seiko history and heritage - from seiko collector stance this would be better one to get it.

the 5 has more modern mov't w/ more features but 5 series are more so beater/fashion type.

So just depends if you are getting it because you just a watch to tell time or you are wanting to get into the watch hobby and will be buying more. Just get both Smilie
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What happened to the 5 (tiled 30 degrees) symbol?
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It's a real tough call for me at the moment. Couple of things that make me lean towards SKX
- hour markings on dial is white (as opposed to off white on the 5s)
- I don't really like the Seiko logo
- made in japan
- rubber strap
- if it's true that SKX is now deadstock, seems like the price of it will go up in the future

It's a tough call.
Try not to think about the resale value of a watch. I know it's hard, but for the under $1000 segment, just buy the watch that you'll enjoy. Your satisfaction is worth more than the little bit that a watch may appreciate or depreciate
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