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Posted 20 July 2023

Geckota Sea Hunter Dive Watch - Vintage Blue and Red Bezel

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Geckota Sea Hunter Dive Watch - Jade Green Bezel
A 40mm diver watch with a lovely vintage aesthetic that will work just as well diving into the ocean as it will deskdiving, has a WR of 200m, A sapphire crystal with AR coating (Underside only), A reliable movement that runs within COSC standard says it all. It’s a watch that punches way over It’s price range and is most definitely worth the money.
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  1. sprite127594's avatar

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  2. Abbadon's avatar
    Shows how far Chinese movements have come that these are capable of meeting COSC standards. Been tempted by something with a PT5000 for a while but don't think this is the one to make me bite.
    Dominik_Wypij's avatar
    It's ETA clone but we Still cannot be sure how they will behave regarding reliability and service. I still think that Geckota as well known brand it's worth a try for such price.
  3. matthewM790's avatar
    Newsletter takes 10% off it
  4. t78's avatar
    Deffo prefer the Geckota scripted branding to the bloc typeface on my slimline SH. Not sure about adding the date though
  5. Bardiche's avatar
    I think the price is too much for the specs. Not bad but not amazing.
    Jimboh's avatar
    Having owned one of the £199 Geckota watches for a while now, I'd have to agree. Nice enough watches with reasonable QC and finish. However, I wouldn't pay their asking price for another. Compared to what else is out there, they do seem overpriced to me.

    It's also a bit misleading to say it will run 'within COSC standard'. It's often a crap shoot with non-certified movements, and especially the Chinese made ones, at best. If it were correctly regulated and oiled, then it could run within these specs, but it's far from a given considering they aren't actually COSC tested. (edited)
  6. scrumpypaul's avatar
    Some of the AE stuff is just incredible value. I luckily got this on sale at £34 shipped, the price tends to fluctuate a bit. Full stainless steel. 200m water resistance. Screw down crown. Sapphire. NH35 movement. Incredible for the money.
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  7. AAddict's avatar
    You get a better quality watch from San Martin or Cronos for less money. These are nice enough, but overpriced at £350.
  8. EV8's avatar
    So during the design phase do we think they had a Pepsi GMT Master II as reference
    mrcat0000's avatar
    yep, lets have a GMT coloured bezel but not the functionality
  9. adebisi30's avatar
    The 'clone' watches in China are amazing. However it's naughty to own one I expect.
  10. Hasn1244's avatar
    These watches are what seiko were till they went bonkers with their priding model whilst still having sub standard build quality and accuracy. I should know I have 4!
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