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Seiko Men's Prospex Samurai Save The Ocean Automatic Diver's Bracelet Watch SRPD23K1 £340 @ Watcho
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
2 years + 1 year extended from WatchO Movement: 4R35 automatic & manual winding Power Reserve: 41 Hours Case Material: stainless Steel Case Thickness: 13.4mm Case Diameter: 43… Read more

Too big


If anyone tempted by this deal here is a code I missed (y)


I also have the same size wrist. Had this myself but had to return it as I personally found it a bit too big. To be fair, it doesn't wear as big as most watches of this size as the lug to lug is quite short, I just found it would have worn a bit better on a slightly larger wrist.


Hi I have a 6 1/2" ish wrist this watch looks fairly big do you think be too big looks big in the pictures but looks stunning


As someone else correctly said, it's the Gallox from Geckota, also a HUKD deal. Was a nightmare to put on but it looks great.

Seiko 5 Automatic 21 Jewels SNKK27K "Speed Racer" Watch, 38mm, Hardlex, 7S26C, 30M WR, £68.82 UK Mainland Sold by Amazon US Store @ Amazon
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Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Amazon US store on Amazon UK. No extra charges - what you see is what you pay. I've done a few posts about the Seiko 5 "Speed Racer" (as it's nicknamed) from Creation Watches -… Read more

Amazon US option is gone now, so, Expired.


It's to do with crystal/case ratio. A 40.5mm bambino has a thin case and large crystal display so will wear large, but this one has a thick case and less crystal so wears smaller. Same thing goes for length of a watch case. A long lug-to-lug (48mm upwards) on even a 39mm watch will make it look big. Seiko have a knack of getting away with it - Seiko mini turtle is 42.3mm width but crystal is only 30mm across (because it has a bezel) and lug-to-lug is only 42mm, so it wears small.


Had three watches from Creation watches (Redsol) and all three went tits up within 6 months. As for the warranty .. . . . . . .they offered me $10 to have them serviced/repaired. . . . . Not worth the paper their written on.


Looks a nice watch but yep I'm one of those who likes at least 42mm watches. I bought one the other day and the actual face is about 40mm and it is about as small as I'd want. Otherwise I can't actually see the time with my eyesight :D Shame because the price and style of this watch I like.


One man's small is another man's big. Don't pay too much attention as comments will be most by people who are disgruntled.

Seiko Men's SNKM97 Analog Green Dial Automatic Silver Stainless Steel Watch £90.07 @ Amazon
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Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Cheapest it's been as far as I can see, and it's giving me free postage too from USA.

I'm not even going to try but thought it useful info for some. For me many watches are not on my wrist to be accurate time keepers. They are there just because I like them.


I've tried "back hacking" (not very often, mind) with my SNK371K (also 7S26C). Watch buffs seem to be unsure whether it's a bad thing or not, but it makes sense that meddling with a watch's mechanics may cause problems.


On the tablet with fat fingers so pasting the whole thing for hacking hack info (EDIT thought I'd corrected this auto correct garbage. Should read better now). Very nice retro for the money! Reviewed in the United States on 23 January 2017Verified Purchase Paid $113 and I am definitely happy with it. It is big and hefty. I have had it for a few days, and the only down sides I see are 1. Would prefer solid end links (the link that attaches band to case, instead of 'C' shaped as those tend to bend and open up over time. No biggie. 2. No lume, again no biggie. 3. The rotor is a bit noisy (I'm used to silent) and you can definitely hear it when it's winding. For the price I'll take that. People say you can't hack this movement. However, clockwise pressure on the crown will stop and even reverse the second hand (can't imagine that's very good for the movement, but it's a well known characteristic of the 7S26 movement), so that you can hold it at the 12 position to set it. 4. No manual wind. That's the worst thing about the watch since I don't wear it constantly. I would like to pick it up and give it a good wind and not worry about it for a day or two. If you don't wear it a lot you will be setting it a lot. For the money I have very very happy with it. ---update--- About 2 months after buying this watch, and stopping the second hand at 12 to "hack" the movement it start losing and gaining like 30 seconds or even minute or more depending on the orientation of the watch when set down. This continued for a week or two, and then it started losing huge amounts of time and I sent it in to Seiko for repair. I read everything I could find about the 7S26/36 movements before I used this hacking method. Some say it's fine, some say their watch died. Mine did. This watch has a 7S26c. It was VERY accurate for the first few weeks I had it. But I suspect I damaged something holding the second hand for almost a minute sometimes to get it just right. I recommend never stopping the second hand. If you need to set the watch always do it in a clockwise direction, resetting the date and day to the day before and advancing the hands till the date switches over to the correct date/day/time. Don't turn it counter clockwise or stop the minute hand. Just set it to the nearest minute and be happy with that. 45 people found this helpful Report abuse


Over £100 now. Should have bought it earlier!



Seiko Prospex Men's "Alpinist" Automatic Watch SPB212J1 £475 @ Hillier Jewellers
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Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
A further 10% off for new customers to make price £427.50. Apply code *WELCOME10* at checkout. Automatic Movement (6R35) Gold Plated & Stainless Steel Case Green Nato Strap C… Read more

I'll look out for it, it's a nice looking alpinist & I'm not bothered by limited edition especially. In Seiko terms it's a bargain at that price with sapphire & movement upgrade. Just making a shopping list atm tho. I rough estimated what I have spent on watches during this pandemic & it ain't pretty :o


I have one of these but the "unlimited" version that came with the bracelet. It was £580 in a previous Hilier's sale. I understand some people don't like the style of the alpinist, it's all subjective. They are objectively good value though I think. A watch entirely built in house with a 70 hour power reserve is hard to find elsewhere at this price.


Yep I suppose the name Alpinist gives it away somewhat !


I’m sure you can use it as a dress watch but it is a field watch by design (y)


You owned the first incarnation? That would be the 1959 model? If you mean you had the SARB017 then that was the first model that didn’t actually bear the Alpinist name on the dial. The latest, is in fact, part of the Prospex range, hence the Prospex logo appearing where the Alpinist name used to sit. You seem to be claiming to know more than the ‘so called experts’, so perhaps you can explain why used examples of the SARB are selling for 2-3x the original price if it’s such a badly constructed watch. Granted that there have been some questions about QC at Seiko at times but this hasn’t hampered used values. The latest model isn’t likely to attain the status of the SARB but there aren’t many watches in the £500-£600 price bracket or even higher that are guaranteed to appreciate in value.:{

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Seiko Prospex Men's "Alpinist" Automatic Watch on Nato SPB211J1 - £459 at Hillier Jewellers
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
First time customers apply *WELCOME10* code for further discount to make it £413.10 Automatic Movement (6R35) Stainless Steel Case Brown Nato Strap Case Width: 38mm Case Depth: 1… Read more

Got this today lovely watch always remember buy used aswell (y) (y)


Great watch for price


This is a good watch for that price solar from £199 to £99


orient VERY gold orient bambino The bambino has lots of choices and should be under £150 seiko as well Tissot Swiss made quartz Do you have a style preference?


This is a Swiss Rotary which will have great build quality, it has a very well regarded Swiss Sellita SW200 movement and a sapphire crystal. It's £260 from Amazon. HERE

SEIKO PROSPEX Men's Save The Ocean - Prospex Samurai Watch SRPD23K1 - £330 @ Hiller Jewellers
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Add *WELCOME10* for first time customer to get further discount £297 4R35 Automatic Movement Save The Ocean Prospex Samurai Stainless Steel Case Stainless Steel Bracelet Case Wid… Read more

great deal for a great looking watch, signed up for stock alerts


I got bought this for my birthday a month ago by my partner. I absolutely love this watch. Everything lines up, the Shark fin is great. And damn does it sparkle in the sun.


Thanks, I love the looks of the Samurai. I adjusted mine after a few years with a free phone app and it's pretty accurate again, but but I'd probably mess up the seals on a diver watch. :)


Give them a message if you want it. I've bought off them and they're great to deal with. Been happy to honour prices and get more in.


Thanks. Luckily it went out of stock!