Seiko Men's White Dial Solar Powered Chrono Bracelet Watch £79.99 eBay (Argos)
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Seiko Men's White Dial Solar Powered Chrono Bracelet Watch £79.99 eBay (Argos)

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Found 1st Jun
Seiko Men's White Dial Solar Powered Chrono Bracelet Watch. From ArgosBrand New With a 12 Month Argos GuaranteeWith a stylish titanium case and bracelet, this Seiko Men's White Dial Solar Powered Chrono Bracelet Watch is the perfect complement to any formal or everyday outfit. It features a sleek white dial with date window and is water resistant to 100m.

Model number SSC363P1.

General Information:

  • Scratch resistant glass.
  • White dial.
  • Case width 42mm.
  • Titanium case.
  • Silver titanium bracelet.
  • Fold-over clasp.
  • Water resistant to 100m.
  • Analogue display.
  • Date display.
  • Stopwatch.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
EAN: 4954628192646.


Catalogue Number 483/3039
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You'll also find the same item on eBay from another seller at £35.99 but it's not currently a suitable seller for HUKD.
Newbold13 m ago

You'll also find the same item on eBay from another seller at £35.99 but …You'll also find the same item on eBay from another seller at £35.99 but it's not currently a suitable seller for HUKD.


35.99 for a seiko solar titanium is an absolute steal.
Newbold27 m ago

You'll also find the same item on eBay from another seller at £35.99 but …You'll also find the same item on eBay from another seller at £35.99 but it's not currently a suitable seller for HUKD.


Link?
TellyLover5 m ago

Link?


Not allowed to provide it but if you do a full search for the model number you’ll find it. A remarkably low price.
Low for a reason - it is fake.
£79.99 is a good price, heat for that. the other seller for £35.99 looks dodgy as hell.
Good price but hate the red second hand!
Excellent for this price. I posted this same watch a couple of months ago for £96.99
Edited by: "l33d5" 1st Jun
Great Watch! Great price! Heat
Rimi5 h, 10 m ago

Low for a reason - it is fake.


Why do you say that?
billysally20816 m ago

Why do you say that?


Good point. It's potentially libellous, unless of course there's evidence showing the statement to be true.
Newbold48 m ago

Good point. It's potentially libellous, unless of course there's evidence …Good point. It's potentially libellous, unless of course there's evidence showing the statement to be true.


My father bought it some time ago, and it was such poor quality and nothing near real thing, so he took it to Seiko authorised service and they confirmed it is fake. Seller not agreed to refund, so eBay stepped in and refunded.
Old good rule: If the price looks too good to be true, probably it is....
Rimi14 m ago

My father bought it some time ago, and it was such poor quality and …My father bought it some time ago, and it was such poor quality and nothing near real thing, so he took it to Seiko authorised service and they confirmed it is fake. Seller not agreed to refund, so eBay stepped in and refunded.Old good rule: If the price looks too good to be true, probably it is....


From this seller? - I can understand people copying high end watches, Rolex, Tags, Brietling, etc but never come across fake Seiko's - even the watch sellers in Benidorm weren't offering Seiko's last year. I'll have a punt on the cheap one, and hopefully Ebay or Paypal will sort any problem - if not it will be another expensive lesson. The seller is offering an Argos guarentee, that doesn't ring right, so probably be getting a message from Ebay saying item has been withdrawn or seller suspended.
Rimi43 m ago

My father bought it some time ago, and it was such poor quality and …My father bought it some time ago, and it was such poor quality and nothing near real thing, so he took it to Seiko authorised service and they confirmed it is fake. Seller not agreed to refund, so eBay stepped in and refunded.Old good rule: If the price looks too good to be true, probably it is....


Which seller? And which watch?

This seller has perfect 100% feedback but there's a possibility the account's been hacked. eBay will refund if there's a problem, of course.
Edited by: "Newbold" 1st Jun
I see he's sold 10, with plenty more available. Probably a hacked account then - but still covered by eBay and PayPal.
The funny eBay listing (not this genuine Argos one) looks to have been closed down by eBay now.
I've seen quite a few listings on hacked Ebay accounts in the last month or two. I was on the lookout for a cheap combitool (like a Dremel) and bought one that turned out not to exist. There's another fake listing on there at the moment for the same thing - £6.60 for something that usually sells for around £20. They've sold 17 so far, 4 of those in the last hour.
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