Seiko Men’s SKX009K2 Diver’s Analog Automatic Stainless Steel Watch

August 29, 2018 - Comment

Introducing a Magnificent Time Piece Seiko Automatic Divers Collection.Brushed and polished stainless steel case (41mm diameter 14mm thick)and bracelet.Precise automatic movement with 21 jewels.Dark blue dial with luminous hands and hour markers.Crafted scratch resistant hardlex crystal.Red and blue accents the rotating bezel which is uni-directional with detentes at 1/2 minute positions.Day and date display.Screw-down crown

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Introducing a Magnificent Time Piece Seiko Automatic Divers Collection.Brushed and polished stainless steel case (41mm diameter 14mm thick)and bracelet.Precise automatic movement with 21 jewels.Dark blue dial with luminous hands and hour markers.Crafted scratch resistant hardlex crystal.Red and blue accents the rotating bezel which is uni-directional with detentes at 1/2 minute positions.Day and date display.Screw-down crown with a signed screw-down case back.Fold over locking buckle type clasp.Water resistant up to 200m. Steps to change Day language. 1)Unlock the crown by turning it counterclockwise. 2) Pull out the crown to the first click. 3) Turn the crown clockwise until the previous day’s date appears. 4) Turn the crown counter-clock – wise until the previous day of the week in the desired language appears.This Seiko Diver men’s diver’s watch combines technology, with a rugged and stylish design. The 22-millimeter-wide bracelet with a fold-over safety clasp transitions smoothly into the classic round 45-millimeter case, both of which are constructed of stainless steel with a bright, polished silver finish. Encased safely inside a scratch-resistant Hardlex crystal, the deep-blue dial accentuates the light-catching, LumiBrite hands and hour markers, and is bordered by a two-tone, blue and red stainless-steel, rotating bezel with markers to measure elapsed time. This sophisticated timepiece also sports a window at 3 o’clock that displays both the date and day. As resilient as it is sophisticated, this analog watch is driven by an automatic movement that is powered by the motion of your wrist, and is water resistant down to 660 feet.

Product Features

  • Battery-free automatic dive watch featuring two-tone unidirectional bezel and blue dial with day/date window and luminous hands/indices
  • 42 mm stainless steel case with Hardlex dial window
  • Japanese automatic movement with analog display
  • Five-link stainless steel band featuring fold-over clasp with safety closure
  • Water resistant to 200 m (660 ft): In general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not scuba diving

Comments

George Washington says:

Must Have Watch!!!! So, after contemplating getting a Rolex Submariner I visited a few Watch Forums and the Seiko 009 and 007 came up as reasonable alternatives for the “everyday” watch. The Rolex owners weren’t complaining about the Rolex, they just noted that for the price, and overall durability, the Seiko Divers Automatic was a “must have.” Actually, more than a few mentioned that they wear their Seiko’s far more.I browsed both colors, and after reading a few forums, I found out that I can change the bezel to Black, or vice versa if I wanted (ebay purchase). So, I pulled the trigger on the Blue and Red, many people note it as being a Pepsi Dial, but I see it more as the colors of the American Flag, and being that this would be a work watch (I’m in the Military), it seemed fitting. Additionally, the military history of this watch contributed to my decision as well. Noting some of the common concerns with the watch, “band feels cheap and flimsy,” and “the watch face is large,” I eagerly…

Ryan says:

So glad I sold my other timepiece I sold my Seiko Monster prospex to get the skx009. I found that when the watch arrived it was very nice looking, all I had to do was remove two links from jubile bracelet. After I fitted the watch to my wrist I immediately found it was one of the most comfortable watches I’ve worn. The weight is balanced. The jubile does not have solid end links but is extremely comfortable and I would not where any other bracelet, may upgrade the bracelet to a miltat jubile or a super jubile from strapcode. I have put on a NATO strap and it is still very comfortable and good looking.Cons-So I haven’t really found any cons other then the chapter ring.When I received the watch the chapter ring was not aligned properly and would move left or right ever so slightly. This could be an issue with crystal not being seated enough or chapter ring just being cut slightly too small.I removed the movement and shimmed the chapter ring so it would no longer move.Other then…

CRatt says:

Awesome watch… you need one too! I LOVE this watch! looks great, straps are endlessly interchangeable. fun and inexpensive toy. Go for it! But, you might want to look for the SKX009J. I the first watch I received (SKX009K) had Spanish on the day/date so I returned the watch. This language error is not a function of the “K” series… it was purely a shipping accident. The “K” series comes in multiple languages and is intended for the international markets outside of Japan. I then reordered the same watch but was sure to get the day/date in English and I specifically ordered the “J” series. Rumor has it because the J series is made in Japan and destined for the Japanese market the quality is dialed in a bit more. True or not? No one knows for sure. But, it is known that the “J” production line has been around longer than the “K” version. The “K” version (SKX009K) is now made in Korea and perhaps the quality isn’t as dialed in as the Japanese manufacturing line just yet…

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