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Seiko Prospex Turtle Men's Black IP Bracelet Watch £255 @ Ernest Jones
Posted 17 h, 4 m agoPosted 17 h, 4 m ago
Yep, it’s a Seiko Turtle Save The Ocean Auto with the black IP case and bracelet. ISO Certified 200m 4R36 Auto. Hand Wind, Hand Hack 45mm case 22mm lugs £255 using EJSAVE50 code.… Read more

Right one I like


These seem to bounce in and out of stock a lot! crown just looks a bit odd at 3 though i suspect its best to see this one in the flesh


Lovely and good price. I paid 250 for my STO turtle with rubber strap which itself was a good deal this one is better.



It wears small because the lug to lug is only about a fifth of a mm longer than the case diameter. Typically the lug to lug is a good bit longer than the case diameter.

Seiko Prospex PADI Men's Blue Silicone Strap Watch SRPC41K1 - £259 @ Ernest Jones
Posted 17 h, 47 m agoPosted 17 h, 47 m ago
The smaller version of the Seiko Padi, never seen it this cheap, I grabbed one myself!

Same, kept it tho as couldn't be bothered to take back.


Phew, got mine for £220.15 from them 2 days ago when the code worked - being delivered Saturday. Didn't post as frankly every watch was being listed here and it got ridiculous.


I bought a Hamilton watch from Ernest Jones online recently (just before lockdown) and it was delivered to me used. Shocking that they send out returns or display items as new! I returned it to my local shop who refunded me without hesitation! Still hassle I suppose so I would definitely check the watch over on delivery!


Yeah, it was good whilst it lasted but not sure they ever wanted it to double discount. It was working until the end of 30th June though.


BLUE15 code doesn't seem to work on sale items any more (annoyed) . Tried last night and this morning on a few watches posted on HD.

Seiko Presage Cocktail Automatic Blue Dial SRPB43J1 £279.65 with code @ Watchto
Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
Yes it's a hardlex case. But it's a gorgeous dial. Website has good reviews and also a free extended warranty

I'm still waiting for another fuyugeshiki deal


Beautiful dial one day a presage will be mine


Ooh fair play that's a cracking deal


Nice watch, but I think you're going to struggle to get heat on this while this other Presage deal is live for £191 on a bracelet.

Seiko Samurai SRPD09K1 Men's Save The Ocean Date Automatic Silicone Strap Watch, Navy - £258 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
A good saving tho a bit more pricier than the other Samurais on here at the mo but i really like the look of this one
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It had been up for sale for the best part of 24 hours, so figured it would be out of stock by the time it got posted. It is now saying OOS when trying to add to basket. (highfive)


Really? Surely that's well worth a post


It's £238 at Ernest Jones at the moment:


yep all gone! pity.


OOS already need to expire ;(

Seiko Presage SRPB41J1 aka 'Blue moon' Men's Bracelet Watch - £191.25 delivered with code at Ernest Jones
Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Cal. 4R35 Movement, 23 Jewels, 21,600 vibrations per hour, Made in Japan Magnetic resistance 4,800 A/m Power reserve: approximately 41 hours Second hand halt mechanism (Hacking)… Read more

Thanks Mike_HUKD for pointing me at this thread ( from the other presage deal) I'm actually quite relieved the codes aren't stacking any longer as otherwise I'd have been £200 lighter. Beautiful watch.


Yea same here, finally talked myself into buying this one and the GST-w300, and now none of the codes work (BLUE15, EJSAVE15). Didn't even think I wanted them an hour ago, but now after watching a shed load of videos I'm annoyed! ;(


Unfortunately looks like the code isn't stacking anymore... :(


Better off buying it on the bracelet and swapping in your own leather strap. The bracelet is fitted and much harder to find aftermarket if you end up wanting it in the future, and it also increases the value when you sell the watch. The leather straps that tend to come on watches in this price range aren't very good anyway, you'll pick something up yourself for not too much money that'll be a lot nicer. Check the below out for example, half price and much nicer than a Seiko factory strap in my opinion.


Bracelet is very nice on this watch. Light and multi flex makes it fit the wrist nicely. Looks good as well.

Seiko Samurai Pepsi SRPB99K1 - £237.15 delivered using Blue Light code @ Ernest Jones
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Pepsi Seiko Samurai. SRPB99K1 Really good price for this watch. Quidco 2% Proper 200m certified dive watch in the popular pepsi colours. Automatic, hand winding and hacking. Not se… Read more

Totally agree. You open the box and there is a sparkling new watch. You take the stickers off and spend a bit of time sizing the bracelet. 4 links for me. On the wrist it goes and your a happy bunny. Dirty scratched watch does not give the same experience. (mad)


I'm just returning mine. Really can't be bothered with the hassle and not travelling 20+ miles on the off chance I can sort it out.


After sleeping on it, I completely agree - new should be new regardless of discount given or price paid. I have raised my findings with EJ's Customer Service. If I hear anything back or an acceptable solution is offered, is another matter entirely. As @obwan2014 says, the fact it is used has soured the experience for me, to which I'm now confused to whether I've lost appreciation for the watch altogether. I do wonder how many EJ have sold, and how many will be returned for a 3rd/4th/5th cycle of sales.


Thanks for the original post, still a great deal, and a very cool watch.


100% agree. My manual is present, but no warranty card. Box and box hinge is worn, no plastic protection on the strap. Some cotton, but no tags on that cotton. 100% EJ should inform you if it's an open box / return as then it's not quite such a good deal. Realising someone else has had their grubby mitts on it, and decided to return it sours the experience of purchasing / unboxing what you thought was a totally brand new watch. Plus this is Ernest Jones, not Argos, so maybe you should expect a slightly better service.

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Seiko Prospex Samurai Men's Stainless Steel Black Watch - £220.15 delivered using code @ Ernest Jones
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Seiko samurai. Best seiko out there. Proper dive watch. Seiko presents a stainless steel watch that is designed for underwater performance with an incredible 200m water resistance.… Read more

I should have said, rolex remove the stickers etc while you are standing there watching it. Then they hand it to you in the box. Saw a video of it, never happened to me. (lol)


Mine arrived. Wrong manual and no guarantee card. No stickers, no tags. Obviously an ex-display or something. I know what a new Samurai should look like as I've bought one from Ernest Jones before. Protective stickers, branded tags, even bracelet protection with tissue etc. Ernest Jones now just causing problems for themselves and their customers :(


My Tudor was the same. Only got the QR sticker which I removed anyways. But got hangtag etc. Retailers who take the P and than complain they can’t survive on the high street. Really annoy me when they do things like this.


I’m not even bothering with them now. Their a bunch of jokers. I bet they won’t give you the voucher off and the code together. So you’ll be in the same boat.


Rolex remove all stickers etc. Means you can't resell as new. Seiko samurai is the best seiko out there but that is just rubbish. My bulova had everything still attached. (y)

Seiko Presage Men's Black Leather Strap Watch @ Ernest Jones - £220.15
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Great price for Seiko Presage. Product Description Product code: 2231190 Model number: SSA343J1 It was at Baselworld 2016 that Seiko announced the international launch of the Pr… Read more

Definitely up for Nomos deals! I think I am set on a tetra from them, just not sure if they will cover my monster wrists (fierce)


The club from Nomos is in my opinion the best value for money watch ever! Fraser hart had it for £960 a few days back I posted it up. Have had to almost bar myself from it lol!


Love Nomos <3 Plenty of no date functions too :D

Knoxen That's the store I used - got it surprisingly fast (10 days or so).

markelock$e388d523ba964ed3aaabee818527401e&ck=in_edm_other Flamingo. Originally saw it on a presage listing on this site. Should be delivered before september...

Seiko Prospex Save The Ocean Tuna Men's Black Strap Watch, £208.80 at E. Jones with code (more in op)
Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Nice watches on offer here. Seiko Prospex Solar Men's Blue Silicone Strap Watch Seiko Prospex Solar Men's Green Silicone Strap Watch Seiko Prospex Solar Men's Bla… Read more

Grrrr the PADI Samurai is tempting at £237


#Aliexpress £32.50 | Seiko Armor SNE497 498 499 518 533 535 537 Can Armor Shroud I'll wait for the watch to arrive and see how I like it as is before getting the shroud. But I think it looks good for the price. Also tempted by an alternative strap. I already have a nylon one, I'll wait before getting any metal straps. Looks pretty good as it is.


Yep, the Yobokies one is a bit pricey comparative to the watch. Do AliExpress have a decent enough version?


Just bought now! Cheers I saw this just in time ;) - now to order the steel shroud from Aliexpress


Kick yourself no more .... £217 with EJSAVE15.

Seiko Men's Prospex Date Silicone Strap Watch, Blue or Green SNE533P1 £222 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION Product Code - 41981007 Dimensions - Case width: 46mm Alarm - NO Watch Range - Prospex Material - Stainless steel, aluminium and plastic bezel… Read more
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This arrived today and they have sent a “green” one not blue as ordered Anyone got any idea on what John Lewis returns are like? I’m reading horror stories online


Trying to find a 'Monster'


That's nice!


OOS Not very inspiring colours!


I like it, and I used to hate the shrouds due to skinny wee wrists.

Seiko Presage Mens Automatic SSA337j1 £349 @ AMJ
Posted 27th JunPosted 27th Jun
I'm trying to find something that will make me as happy as a recent purchase of a SRPB63J1, also from AMJ My recent SNE439p1 didn't do it for me. Strangely the bit that appealed … Read more

Sale has started


With all the watches the OP has been buying, I'd say he's got too much time on his hands....... I'll get me coat.................


Good price for a Raymond Weil. Was going to get the his and hers Seiko Fuyugeshiki, but saw the Honeycomb and liked it better. 15% off here Got the ladies Fuyugeshiki for £290 at Watch Nation


On the subject of sales .... Worth keeping a look out at Costco as there are a few watches appearing with that XXX.97p tagline showing they are reduced. I did not compare pricing as nothing floated my boat, but see attached examples.


watch the videos on youtube on how these are made. amazing

Seiko Mens Prospex Radio Controlled Chronograph Solar Watch Black, £199 at AMJ Watches
Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
Nice watch on sale here. Other Features 24-hour hand Automatic hand position alignment function Automatic reception function Chronograph up to 60 minutes in 1/5 second inc… Read more

So many Seiko, so little time (annoyed) :)


What is it with the 2 pushers on the right side, they are a dead cert to get caught or damaged, along with the Hardlex exposed crystal, design wise not very clever in my opinion.


Still the same price after all these month's .


I think I've been concussed.


Are we going with Breguet or a derivative of for that font? Way too busy for me but I do like the font on a good looking uncluttered dial, so not this one. Dunno why this made me think of Alice in Wonderland.

Seiko Men's SNKN37 Stainless Steel Automatic Self-Wind Watch with Brown Leather Band £96.94 + £3.74 UK Delivery@ Amazon US
Posted 25th JunPosted 25th JunShipping from United StatesShipping from United States
this is the 'going price' in the USA, but a good price in the UK. So the movement is not the latest, and I can't see lume on the face. However, if you like the retro look, and lik… Read more

The larger watch like this does appeal to the older wannabe hipster like me because age makes us shortsighted. Ok so I have wrists of string but the Recrafts work for me because I can actually tell the time easily with them. But I have to admit the one I have shocked me with its massiveness even so.


Love it, but must resist


Many thanks, very helpful of u, cheers pal


This series is superb, but unwearable because it is massive at 45mm. You've got to hand it to Seiko - they really know how to ruin great looking watches

markelock ??

Seiko Prospex Save The Ocean Tuna Men's Black Strap Watch, £203.15 at H.Samuel with code
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Reduced from £224.00 to £203.15
Nice offer, might suit someone. Special Edition Blue whale/wave patterned dial Solar Diver Powered by light energy-no battery change required 10-month power reserve once fully … Read more

Back now, for a slightly higher price. Search seiko here.


Has anyone seen this for sale anywhere else? I was about to go for it but it's now out of stock

Just to say ordered it at 11am yesterday and it was here by 10.30am today. Pristine and delivered by DX secure delivery (y)

Mine arrived today. Lovely.


I did go for it, I think it will hold value

Seiko Men's Analogue Quartz Watch with Stainless Steel Bracelet, SGEG93P1 - £69 @ Amazon
Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd Jun
Gents Stainless Steel Analogue Quartz Movement Classic Grey dial and Metallic strap or bracelet WR 100mt



Good watch for the price. Black above is not sapphire. Black one is £119. Makes this one even better value.



If you click through to site there is a dark face automatic one I think for 89


Excellent price, but personally would have preferred something with a dark dial.

Seiko Men's Analogue Manual Watch with Textile Strap - SNE393P2 @ Amazon for £100.64
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
Gents Fabric Analogue Solar Movement Casual / Lifestyle Black dial and Black strap or bracelet WR 100mt Description Product Description Iconic, Modern, Provocative. Being In… Read more

I do get the point of a beater watch, a good point on the reasons for people having watches, somewhat agree with the moral high ground comment.


I see your point but it’s still nice to have a collection for different occasions or your main watch could be used in situations you may not want it used it. Example I wear a G shock to the gym, people might want a nice dress watch for dinners, save their main watch, Rolex, omega, whatever that may be for holidays and relaxing times. Some people purely like them for the collecting side of things, acquiring models, selling, chopping and changing, I definitely couldn’t stick to one watch it would drive me mad lol. I just think it’s wrong when a stranger takes the moral high ground and dictates what another person should do with their money. If you want something and can afford it then you need not justify that purchase to anybody but yourself.


You can't hold people to a higher moral standard than the standard you set for yourself. For example, if you've got £10 left at the end of the week after you've paid your essential bills (rent/mortgage, council tax, etc) and bought enough food, the moral dilemma on what to do with that tenner is same as if you had five or ten spare tenners at the end of the week, and the same goes for any savings you have. Basically, if you're sitting on multiple tenners, whether in immediate income or in the form of savings, it's up to you do decide what to do with them. You may decide, according to your moral code, that any and every tenner not needed to cover essential costs should be spent on improving the quality of life of people living in absolute poverty (or whatever good cause springs to mind). Equally, you may decide to spend eight out of every ten spare tenners on luxury items such CDs, DVDs, blu ray, trips to the cinema, ice-cream, branded clothing, holidays and so on, and use the remaining tenners on improving the quality of life of people living in absolute poverty. I don't know what your moral code on disposable income is - arguably, it's none of my business. But what you can't do is hold people to a higher moral standard than the standard you set for yourself. Your spare tenner is just as meaningful as mine or anyone else's when it comes to helping people living absolute poverty. If you say all disposable income should be spent on helping people or animals in need then I applaud you, for it would certainly nudge me towards thinking and doing the same, assuming you were already doing so yourself. But please don't suggest that your spare tenners are not subject to the same moral standard as everybody else's spare tenners - your spare tenners are just as valuable.


Seems a fair comment, the pigeon holing people is silly at times. I've got a few watches no Rolex / Omega or even Tudor. I do really like the Speedy but might not get it: could potentially be targeted for it, also does feel like a lot of money to just put into a watch too. Good point about those who are much worse off than us, will be (I'm quite slow and lazy) reducing the "collection" (not planned but ended up buying and haven't sold on those which I didn't like after a while) of 7/8 watches and just keeping max 2/3, 1 if it's the speedy. I feel we are losing perspective and becoming a bit too materialistic there's no real need to have so many watches in this case which aren't being used.


I don't know much about watches. it says on Amazon the bezel doesn't turn. What's the point of having a bezel if it doesn't turn?

Seiko 5 Men's Automatic Watch SRPD55K1 - £159 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
Nice price here for a metal band 5KX. Same price with seller Watchnation too. SEIKO 5 Sports Inspired by five decades of one of Seiko’s most loved sports watches. The Seiko … Read more

Buy it and let us know (y)


What about this watch? Massive 90% saving?


Ok you won my heart over. Will buy next non smart watch posted


It tells the time and will still be working in 50 years (probably). After you're dead (hopefully a long time from now) and your kids are looking through your stuff for mementos of their dad to make out feel like part of you is still there, no one it's going to choose your 2020 smartwatch.


Damn it, would have bagged this! I was searching for seiko on here late Friday as well! Now that is nice, probably going to fork out for it instead Or a samurai

SEIKO Prospex Padi Diver Special Edition SPB071 £449 at AMJ Watches
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Not my personal colour choice from this range but still a good price.
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I got this offer too, I love it




It's perfect. Here ya go


Your strap looks way better than the one that comes with it.


5.5 days later and it's a total of 18 seconds fast. Not bad for a basic Seiko movement.

Seiko SRPD42J1 Men's Presage Automatic Date Leather Strap Watch at John Lewis & Partners for £288
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Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
At £288 these will be gone fast. So sadly no long description.

I actually agree with you. My comments were intended to illuminate, contextualise & widen the discussion regarding this very pretty watch you found on offer. However, I still don’t see the value in it considering it’s movement & heritage. Recently on this website I’ve read about a £399 Hamilton Jazzmaster Maestro (similarly looking to this watch) with a far better movement & heritage as well as a Hamilton Aviation Pilot Pioneer with a (sort of) in house movement offering 80 hour power reserve, a light aluminium case & sapphire crystal for £349. Both of these represent much better value due to build quality, components, accuracy, heritage, snob value & higher end mechanical engineering. Neither are 2-3x the price of the watch in your post. Both will retain value for longer than this attractive Seiko - which is, after all, just a Seiko! I’m just offering my opinion about relatively similarly priced watches in order to offer context. I still like the watch you listed - I wouldn’t pay this price for it though. I’d pay the extra few pounds for either of the other 2 examples I mentioned because I think they offer far more added value. I do, however, really appreciate your post & like the look of the watch.




I think people in general who have reached adulthood, somewhat appreciate that generally speaking, better quality products command higher prices, regardless of what that product is, be it meat, whisky, cars, or just about anything else to be honest. But hey ho, in the event that they hadn’t twigged, your highlighting the fact will serve to guide them. (y) .


It may not be stating the obvious to someone who does not know much about automatic watches. By reading peoples opinion it allows them to make an informed decision, sorry if I am stating the obvious about peoples opinions ;) ;)


As previously referenced. I am sure forum users would welcome suggestions of other watch makes/models of a similar style. Watches that a user feels is superior in quality, movement, build or otherwise, but they need to be watches that are at least within the same price range. Simply stating that there are better watches out there at higher prices is somewhat stating the obvious. ;)

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