Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's SKX009 Diver's Automatic Watch
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Great design, great value
Michael A. Thomas, amazon.com
25 January 2012
Summary: Seiko is one of the truly great watch manufacturers. Just because it's not Swiss doesn't mean it's not great. For me, a "real" watch is mechanical, either hand-wind or automatic, and the SKX007/9 delivers. This Seiko diver is a true classic.
Summary: I purchased this Divers Watch for Christmas. It arrived professionally packaged in a sturdy box. It was in its original Seiko blue leather box with warratee card and owner's manual. I have been wearing this watch non-stop for the last week and I have been very impressed.
Summary: I received this watch, along with a few others, as an anniversary present from my wife. The others were all budget (sub-$100) watches while this was the nicest of the bunch. I had wanted an automatic watch for a while and had great luck with a few quartz Seikos.
Summary: I believe this to be a grey market version of the SKX009. It appears authentic but was missing a warranty card. I didn't notice until 30 days after receiving it. It has a rattle when I shake it and I was going to return it for warranty repair but when I went to check the box it came with, there is...
Summary: I have had one of these since 1999. Bought it in Fiji for $100.00. It is very tough and durable, good dive watch. I rolled a go kart in Thailand and the only thing that saved my wrist from being torn up was the rubber wristband.
Summary: I bought two of these watches for $150.00 each. Both keep excellent time, well inside the factory specifications. I would recomend this to all people who participate in water activities and want to wear a accurate time piece while doing so. Wes.
Summary: I've had this watch for over four years. It has constantly run fast. I need to adjust it every week. The stainless steel bracelet also came apart on one side where it connects to the timepiece.
Summary: I have had this type of watch for over 3 decades. I have surfed, dived, camped, hiked and otherwise abused the watch forever. Its always been there for me. I have to get a new watchband every few years, but the watch keeps on going in any conditions.
Summary: I just received this watch today and I am very pleased with the initial quality. It is a solid and very masculine watch. The case is a bright reflective stainless steel and the bezel has a nice, smooth ratchet-like click to it when it is turned to measure elapsed time.