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Seiko 41.7mm 4R35 Presage Watch Zen Gardens Mens Watch SRPD41J1 30M WR Sapphire Crystal, £270 @ CW Sellors
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Seiko 41.7mm 4R35 Presage Watch Zen Gardens Mens Watch SRPD41J1 30M WR Sapphire Crystal, £270 @ CW Sellors

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Posted 19th FebEdited by:"louiselouise"

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This one is also described as "Zen Garden" model, but I'm not sure - can't see it on the Seiko pages here and here

Shopping comparison, here
£450 from TH Baker, here3409742.jpgSome websites say 41.5mm, not .7, such as Francis & Gaye Jewellers, here3409742.jpgSome images from here
3409742.jpg3409742.jpg3409742.jpg3409742.jpg3409742.jpg3409742.jpg3409742.jpg3409742.jpg3409742.jpgMarc from Long Island Watch reviews this last June (2019 release), he says this watch is 50M Water Resistance - most places say 30M WR, the caseback says "Water Resistant", so I'll go with 30M
and 20mm lug width - he discusses the SRPD41J1 from 5:46

The White equivalent SRPD39J1 Marc mentions (in the Youtube video) is still full price at £450cwsellors.co.uk/pro…9j1
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I got a Google alert for a previous Seiko I posted - Presage "Zen Garden" 42mm Automatic Bracelet Watch, Green SSA397J1
39942945-AYwGN.jpgand the White SSA395J1 are £348 at the moment from CW Sellors.39942945-9mWuA.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 25th Feb
Only 23 jewels, but can't complain given the price.
tempt19/02/2020 21:47

Only 23 jewels, but can't complain given the price.


The capabilities of a watch are not measured in the number of jewels the movement has.
lazyfatboy19/02/2020 21:57

The capabilities of a watch are not measured in the number of jewels the …The capabilities of a watch are not measured in the number of jewels the movement has.


.....but the value is.
tempt19/02/2020 21:47

Only 23 jewels, but can't complain given the price.


Same here. I prefer 25 jewels myself, but heat added regardless.
lazyfatboy:
The capabilities of a watch are not measured in the number of jewels the movement has.

tempt19/02/2020 21:58

.....but the value is.


No, no, it really isn't. Synthetic rubies are worthless, the number of jewels is irrelevant to the value. However, a higher number of jewels generally correlates with the movement complexity, and that has an obvious impact on price. The value comes from the complexity, engineering, and brand, not the number of jewels.
Edited by: "Bullfrog" 19th Feb
Prob just me looks like a ladies watch. Maybe used to the chunkier ones.
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