Seiko Men's Analogue Automatic Self-Winding Watch with Stainless Steel Bracelet – SNXS73K  £61.46 @ Amazon
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Seiko Men's Analogue Automatic Self-Winding Watch with Stainless Steel Bracelet – SNXS73K £61.46 @ Amazon

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Found 27th Mar
Seiko Mens Wrist Band Watch

- This automatic and classic Bracelet Watch matches every outfit and occasion. To the jazz up outfits and more style in everyday life. -This clock has a calendar feature: day, date, Luminescent Hands, Luminescent numerals
- Case diameter: 37 mm, case height: 11 mm, colour: gold and dial color: Gold
- Stainless steel high quality 21 cm in length and 16 mm wide gold band with a folding clasp
- Water Proof : 3 bars-gewicht: 95 G
- The Watch is in a Elegant Giftbox Delivered and Hat 2 Years Warranty
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Nice colours and a handsome watch - can't go wrong with Seiko 5.
Nice find, good price, thanks for posting @l33d5
Doesn't seem like anything special price wise basing by the other sellers on amazon.
Lot of jewellers sell this model for around £79.99 so online at £62+ is a good price in my opinion
It looks like cheap Seiko watch. Most people complain about the wrong time keeping and malfunction of the watch.
anuruddha4 h, 17 m ago

It looks like cheap Seiko watch. Most people complain about the wrong time …It looks like cheap Seiko watch. Most people complain about the wrong time keeping and malfunction of the watch.



I think the watch looks nice, but that's subjective - unfortunately Automatic watches attract silly/uninformed comments all the time because they (the reviewers) don't understand how they work!!
louiselouise1 h, 9 m ago

I think the watch looks nice, but that's subjective - unfortunately …I think the watch looks nice, but that's subjective - unfortunately Automatic watches attract silly/uninformed comments all the time because they (the reviewers) don't understand how they work!!


I have a Seiko 5 that loses time much more rapidly than I would expect - around a minute a day - which is with constant use to try and make sure there is enough charge in the spring. I've only had a quick google on this then given up and stopped wearing. Any tips I may have overlooked? A cost of getting it serviced is almost as much as buying this one!

In fact, it's this exact watch I have but in silver/silver!
Edited by: "supadupasumo" 27th Mar
supadupasumo16 m ago

I have a Seiko 5 that loses time much more rapidly than I would expect - …I have a Seiko 5 that loses time much more rapidly than I would expect - around a minute a day - which is with constant use to try and make sure there is enough charge in the spring. I've only had a quick google on this then given up and stopped wearing. Any tips I may have overlooked? A cost of getting it serviced is almost as much as buying this one!In fact, it's this exact watch I have but in silver/silver!



That's a lot. I must admit my experience of Automatics is minimal, though I do read watch forums and watch threads - you could look into regulating your automatic watch, but a minute a day seems to suggest it's actually faulty.

Edit: You might need to dig a bit deeper (from looking around, your movement is the 7S26 movement above) forums.watchuseek.com/f2/…tml
Watchuseek member ffritz says:

Yes, unfortunately. Here is the spec for the movement in your watch (Citizen / Miyota 82xx): miyotamovement.com/pdf…pdf

-20 to +40 s/d are within spec for this movement. But based on personal experience, many of them have a better performance. A watchmaker could regulate it to slow it down a little, but if it's a new watch, that might compromise the warranty. When you buy a $100 automatic watch, the accuracy is always a bit of a gamble.

Another Edit: Here's a thread about the 7S26 movement: watchfreeks.com/23-…tml
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Mar
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