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Seiko Presage Cocktail Fuyugeshiki Limited Edition Power Reserve Date Automatic Watch SSA385J1 £344.85 at watcho.co.uk
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Seiko Presage Cocktail Fuyugeshiki Limited Edition Power Reserve Date Automatic Watch SSA385J1 £344.85 at watcho.co.uk

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Posted 17th Nov 2019

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Well they dont appear to be a Seiko Authorized seller. So there is that slight chance they are selling grey import or knockoff.
I've bought a watch from them in the past and thought their service was excellent. They provide extended warranties but never had the misfortune to test how they are with that.
Been into the store and they looked like an AD ..
love the dial on this; reminds me of the GS snowflake.
Classy looking dial. Like it a lot.
Jellybeans17/11/2019 11:29

Well they dont appear to be a Seiko Authorized seller. So there is that …Well they dont appear to be a Seiko Authorized seller. So there is that slight chance they are selling grey import or knockoff.


They’re reputable. AD status doesn’t really matter imo.
Have the plain dial version of this. Lovely watch. Need to forget I saw this.
They are a Seiko authorized dealer. They are reputable. Check their reviews to be sure.
Tempted. Better not though.
Have the same watch, but without the power reserve. It is a gorgeous looking watch.
(Only neg are the hardlex crystal and the bracelet. They scratch easier than sapphire and the bracelet is a bit flimsy.
It is also on the thick side as a watch.)
I would still buy it anyway because it is gorgeous.
They are a legitimate company have brought watches from them in the past.
I’ve been waiting for the plain dial one to hit £300 . This is also lovely
infectious17/11/2019 18:27

I’ve been waiting for the plain dial one to hit £300 . This is also …I’ve been waiting for the plain dial one to hit £300 . This is also lovely


It has been £299 , had it my basket but ended up getting a Tissot visodate instead.
vizta17/11/2019 20:03

It has been £299 , had it my basket but ended up getting a Tissot visodate …It has been £299 , had it my basket but ended up getting a Tissot visodate instead.


Where is that may I ask
infectious17/11/2019 21:30

Where is that may I ask


Bradley jewellers if memory serves ..
The deal was on here in the summer.
vizta17/11/2019 21:42

Bradley jewellers if memory serves ..The deal was on here in the summer.


But I dont have a time machine!

Might bite on this one since my mum and sis like this one over that. Plus I’ll be getting them there own snowflake.
Mike_HUKD17/11/2019 13:20

They’re reputable. AD status doesn’t really matter imo.


Would you buy an Omega or Rolex from a non authourized dealer. Would you even take a watch to an unauthorized dealer for repair?

What I'm saying there is a point for AD.

seikowatches.com/uk-…ing

"Seiko, therefore, recommends that you do not purchase a Seiko watch through any website, unless it is an authorized Seiko dealer with the same emblem "SEIKO AUTHORIZED DEALER SITE" as appears here on this home page.

Some non-authorized sites sell counterfeit or second-hand watches, or watches that have been tampered with, and are, therefore, not eligible for care under the Seiko warranty. Others do not offer the original Seiko international warranty, nor do they offer any after-sales service of any kind."
Red_Triangle17/11/2019 16:45

They are a Seiko authorized dealer. They are reputable. Check their …They are a Seiko authorized dealer. They are reputable. Check their reviews to be sure.


where does it say that.

I cant find the watch company or watcho on the Seiko website

store.seikowatches.com/lis…e=1
Jellybeans17/11/2019 22:03

Would you buy an Omega or Rolex from a non authourized dealer. Would you …Would you buy an Omega or Rolex from a non authourized dealer. Would you even take a watch to an unauthorized dealer for repair?What I'm saying there is a point for AD.https://www.seikowatches.com/uk-en/internet-purchase-warning/internetpurchasewarning"Seiko, therefore, recommends that you do not purchase a Seiko watch through any website, unless it is an authorized Seiko dealer with the same emblem "SEIKO AUTHORIZED DEALER SITE" as appears here on this home page.Some non-authorized sites sell counterfeit or second-hand watches, or watches that have been tampered with, and are, therefore, not eligible for care under the Seiko warranty. Others do not offer the original Seiko international warranty, nor do they offer any after-sales service of any kind."


You do you buddy. Half the watch industry is unauthorised dealers. It doesn’t mean they aren’t reputable businesses, it just means they don’t have a contract with the specific watch manufacturer. I suspect you’ve read far too much into the AD status.

Loads of people buy Omega through grey market dealers, the prices are usually good and the product is the same. Less so for Rolex given the desirable models are practically impossible to get at RRP, but very common for Omega.

As for counterfeits, do your due diligence and buy from reputable places. Common sense really.
Mike_HUKD17/11/2019 22:11

You do you buddy. Half the watch industry is unauthorised dealers. It …You do you buddy. Half the watch industry is unauthorised dealers. It doesn’t mean they aren’t reputable businesses, it just means they don’t have a contract with the specific watch manufacturer. I suspect you’ve read far too much into the AD status. Loads of people buy Omega through grey market dealers, the prices are usually good and the product is the same. Less so for Rolex given the desirable models are practically impossible to get at RRP, but very common for Omega. As for counterfeits, do your due diligence and buy from reputable places. Common sense really.


I do prefer it when its an authorised dealer especially when its an expensive watch and feel it's something I want to pass on to the kids. I don't want second thoughts wondering if its a legit watch or not or being messed around with on the insides.

That said a reputable dealer does go a long way especially if its second hand.
infectious17/11/2019 21:52

But I dont have a time machine! Might bite on this one since my mum …But I dont have a time machine! Might bite on this one since my mum and sis like this one over that. Plus I’ll be getting them there own snowflake.


Thats why i said it HAS been.
Not my personal favourite of the range and still quite expensive. Not voting either way in fairness
Get yer lips around that one when yer showing it off....
infectious17/11/2019 18:27

I’ve been waiting for the plain dial one to hit £300 . This is also …I’ve been waiting for the plain dial one to hit £300 . This is also lovely


£303.05 at first class watches with code first .
vizta27/11/2019 22:30

£303.05 at first class watches with code first .


Yh saw that couple days ago. Ended up buying this model sending them offer
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