Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's Automatic Diver SKX013K2 Stainless-Steel Automatic Watch
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An everyday, everywhere timepiece
Anthony L Chen, amazon.com
26 October 2011
Summary: I purchased the Seiko Midsize Diver (SKX013K2) from Creation Watches online for about $170 6 months ago. It arrived from Singapore about 2 wks after ordering. The watch case (36mm) is aptly sized for my smaller wrist. I had to size the bracelet of course. The piece is rugged and hefty yet elegant.
Summary: I bought this watch as a "I'm going to be poor for quite some time" present. I figured it would be nice to spoil myself a little before work, school, moving etc and I must say that I made the right purchase.
Summary: I have a 6.5" wrist. I didn't need a gigantic watch. Most of the diver watches seemed to be too big. The movement in this watch is great. Really accurate loosing about 1 second every 4 days. The movement is virtually silent. None of that annoying ticking during silent times.
Summary: I love this watch ..Its much nicer in person....its the perfect size for me ...36mm thats pretty small for a mans divers watch....but its a perfect size for me...no one can go wrong when buying a seiko watch they are well made and last for years.
Tomasina M. Covell "Tomasina ChicaWolverina", amazon.com
16 February 2011
Summary: This little medium Seiko tool-watch shares a place which only some few dozen heritage watches can share. And yet it's still made today, following from very closely through 4 variants in the last thirty years or so.
Summary: I bought this watch 3 years ago around Christmas. A dive watch was an ideal fit for me because I occasionally jump in the ocean and pools and don't like to take my watch off. The appearance still looks great. When I bought the watch it had serious band issues.
Summary: I purchased this watch from JustCalculators through Amazon. Vendor responded promptly, adjusted the bracelet free of charge and the watch arrived as promised. The watch is accurate to + or - 8 secs per day. Fine for an automatic mechanical movement. Everything on the watch is right.
Summary: Bought this watch Jan of 2008 to replace my husband's 30+ year old diving watch from Seiko. The watch does not keep correct time, no matter how much he wears it. NOT what I expect from Seiko. [ this could be really dangerous during a dive!! ]
Always wanted a scuba diverwatch, and for the price this one was good
7 January 2015
Summary: Always wanted a scuba diver watch, and for the price this one was good. It accumulates a delay of ~1 minute every two days or so. Not sure if that's because I don't wear it while I sleep, but I wouldn't think 8-12 hours of not moving causes that.