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Seiko 5 Men's 36mm Automatic Stainless Steel Watch on Bracelet (Black Dial) EXPIRED

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WatchMaxx has Seiko 5 Men's 36mm Automatic Stainless Steel Watch on Bracelet (Black Dial, SNK809K1) on sale for $99 - $20 when you apply coupon code WMSK79 in cart = $79. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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edit: please delete
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Looks like a SNK809, what's the big difference?
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Good points, but there is no free shipping option with CART5 coupon... Cam only use 1 coupon. So $81 total shipped...
Ah yes, you are correct. I was right about to go in and edit that post. I think its free shipping over a certain dollar amount.
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I bought this last month and I was also skeptical regarding size as normally i my other watches are 40+mm citizen pro diver and gshok mudmaster but this fits amazing on my 6.5 inch wrist. It is beautiful and one of the best watch you can buy on 80 bucks!!
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I bought one of these from Jomashop a few weeks back (same price, free shipping...although I think the shipping deal is dead now): https://www.jomashop.com/seiko-wa...809k1.html

I have a 42mm Hamilton Khaki, but I wanted a cheap, accurate automatic to mod and beat the hell out of with daily use. I will say, if you're used to 40mm-42mm watches, this feels very small when you first make the switch. After a day or two I grew to really love it. I added a new strap, swapped the second hand, and changed the crystal to a green AR sapphire. The ONLY con in my book is that it's tiny. It's a great automatic for the price, and definitely a good watch to buy if you're looking to start modding - if/when you break something, it's cheaper than learning on a $300 SKX.
Diggin' the custom hand look! Is this something you can do on your own or did you take it to a watch shop? I have 2 Seiko 5s, but never tried modding. Any good resources you could recommend for a first timer like me?
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In 3 years when the fashion watches trend is over, smaller watches will be back 'in style' lol.
Trends are already moving that way. If your style is quiet and classy, 36mm is fine - it's the difference between a guy wearing a watch, and a man wearing a timepiece.

That said, it's a pretty thick bezel on this 5 so it makes the dial look fairly petite.
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Diggin' the custom hand look! Is this something you can do on your own or did you take it to a watch shop? I have 2 Seiko 5s, but never tried modding. Any good resources you could recommend for a first timer like me?
Thanks! I did this on my own, and it was my first attempt at modding a watch. I used a cheap watch tool kit and crystal press from amazon. Taking it apart and swapping the crystal was easy, but replacing the second hand took some patience and finesse. The hardest part really is keeping it all clean while it's disassembled.

Now that I've done one, I definitely see myself doing a few more in the future. If you want to see some impressive builds, but with incredibly detailed tutorials, check out Lume Shot on youtube. You can also check out the subreddit r/seikomods - there's a ton of great information and sources for parts on there.
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is this site legit?
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Just personal preference. With 8inch wrist I think 36mm would be small. Really like the style though, might get the green one eventually
Where did you see the green version mate?
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Where did you see the green version mate?
eBay and Joma, Drop also had it before
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I bought one of these from Jomashop a few weeks back (same price, free shipping...although I think the shipping deal is dead now): https://www.jomashop.com/seiko-wa...809k1.html

I have a 42mm Hamilton Khaki, but I wanted a cheap, accurate automatic to mod and beat the hell out of with daily use. I will say, if you're used to 40mm-42mm watches, this feels very small when you first make the switch. After a day or two I grew to really love it. I added a new strap, swapped the second hand, and changed the crystal to a green AR sapphire. The ONLY con in my book is that it's tiny. It's a great automatic for the price, and definitely a good watch to buy if you're looking to start modding - if/when you break something, it's cheaper than learning on a $300 SKX.
The newer seiko 5s are good to mod too because they are more parts compatible with it (skx compatible). I think they are reasonable cheap. I bought it at Macy's when it was posted here on slickdeals.
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Diggin' the custom hand look! Is this something you can do on your own or did you take it to a watch shop? I have 2 Seiko 5s, but never tried modding. Any good resources you could recommend for a first timer like me?
You can do it yourself. There are a lot of online sites and eBay selling parts.
I swapped the crystal and date wheel on my seiko 5 to a Japanese kanji date wheel.

For settings hands, you will want a hand puller and a hand setter. Also rodico and/or some fine brass tweezers to prevent scratching the fragile hands.

Also forgot, but either a cushion (I prefer a movement holder) to keep it steady while attaching hands, dials, date wheels etc to the movement.
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The newer seiko 5s are good to mod too because they are more parts compatible with it (skx compatible). I think they are reasonable cheap. I bought it at Macy's when it was posted here on slickdeals.
Yeah you can get the SRPD (black with blue markers) on Amazon right now for $200 and all of the SKX parts work on them. I'll definitely be picking one up soon for some more in-depth modding.
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