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Seiko SKX171

Seiko SKX171

4.0 from 5 reviews · View Statistics

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TPT

TPTMELBOURNE

  • 96 reviews
  • 169 likes

I think the watches are good, but the customer service via the Australian repair centre - Pfffff.

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Jesse

Jessesydney

It's bullet proof

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Slazmo

SlazmoSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 243 reviews
  • 241 likes

Great snorkelling, freediving, spearfishing, booging and casual wear watch!

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rugbymick

rugbymickAU

  • 3 reviews
  • 3 likes

Good watch but might be better with batteries.....

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Great looking chunky watch. Comfortable to wear. I do a lot of manual work and as an example....if I was banging a lot of pegs in the ground the shaking would make the watch go fast. Automatics need regular servicing so by the time you pay for services every 1 to 2 years it works out cheaper to buy a battery every 5.......
Great solid watch. Have been through hell and back with it
More services than if it ran on a battery. Original seiko band didn't like sweat. It died after only a few months or working in the tropics

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Slazmo
Slazmo
jandowd

jandowdqld, 4160

  • 68 reviews
  • 7 likes

Excellent

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We were a little weary buying a kenetic watch as we have never had one before, but in saying this we are very pleased with the outcome. The style of the watch is modern. Not to bulky for the wrist. Easy to read face. Self changing date. Great time piece to keep. would difinately recommend the seiko watch
Great looking watch, looks stylish and compliments most outfits. The fact that I brought this for a reasonable price for my partner and he loves it. Great water resistance considering he does surfing. No batteries to buy. excellent if you want to save time and money.
nothing to dislike

Questions & Answers

Richard77

Richard77asked

I need a battery operated divers watch , simular to the skx171. help?

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Slazmo
Slazmo

Not sure why you would want a battery operated divers watch when Seiko make such a great 'automatic'??? If your a guy like me that doesn't wear it much other than diving or generally in the water you have to set the date and time every now and again (it does keep going for about 24 hours after you wear it) - but thats a small price to pay. Otherwise there are battery drivel automatic watch winders that slowly twist the watch - good idea but unnecessary for me... Andrew

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