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Seiko Men's SKX007K2 Diver's Automatic Watch

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  • Quality Japanese Automatic movement; Functions without a battery; Powers automatically with the movement of your arm
  • Hardlex crystal
  • Case diameter: 42 mm
  • Stainless-steel case; Black dial; Date-and-day functions
  • Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving

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    An absolute classic timepiece! And (contrary to some reviews) all of the markers line up beautifully. I’m immensely happy 😃. Seiko really knows how to make an affordable, quality product that does not diminish style, as a result.The only negative I have to express is towards Amazon for delivering the watch to the wrong apartment, AND just left it on the sidewalk leading to the buildings front steps. That’s incredibly disgraceful. I contacted CS about. This is not the first time.

    Brennan M.

    Read up on this watch. It'll tell you everything you need to know. It's gorgeous, amazingly affordable for what your gettinf, and iconic. But, it has semi-frequent manufacturing defects. My one didn't have a misaligned chapter ring so ya, but it did have an hour hand that doesn't quite line up with the hour when the minute hand is at 60, so boo. It's not a big enough deal for me to get it fixed and I love this watch. It's the most worn piece of the tiny starts to my collection, but if you want "perfection" in a watch this isn't it.


    This is my first big boy watch, ive moved up from the timex, casio, and gshock world and will hopefully someday end up in the IWC, Rolex, and Omega world, but untill then Seiko is a great middle ground. Its an affordable watch with high end characteristics and feel. It has a 7s26 movement, which is not the prettiest or most accurate movement, but what it is, is a workhorse of a movement, which is the perfect pairing for this watch. I would have gladly paid more for a scratch resistant sapphire crystal rather than hadlex but its managable. The bracelet is very comfortable but i personally did not like the look so i replaced it with a 2 piece nato/stitched kevlar black band. This watch is sexy. It is also rated to 200m which is around 600ish feet of water resistant, it is a certified diving watch, im not a diver, but if i ever wanted to, i have a watch that can handle much more than the average joe can do. Ive banged it around, dropped it, and taken it wakeboarding at a lake, works just fine. This watch is meant to be like indiana jones, travel and adventure and rough use, but it can also pass to be a james bond watch because of its great looks. Lume is excellent, 120 click bezel feels like a dream to operate, and day and date is a nice touch because i often forget what the day is.

    Christopher Perez

    I first learned of this watch via a brief review in a blog titled "This $180 Dive Watch Puts Rolex Submariners On Notice". That certainly got my attention since I enjoy interesting watches across a range of price points. The link in the review led to the item here on Amazon and I was impressed by the consistency of the positive reviews and the scarcity of negative ones. By the way, thanks to the reviewers who shared such detailed comments on this watch's physical metrics as well as their objective and subjective comments.Based on the strength of the reviews (mostly here but also on other sites around the web), I ordered it that day. Despite selecting free shipping I had it a mere 3 days later through seller E Watch Stock. I had read of other buyers receiving non-Seiko packaging and documentation but mine appeared to be fully authentic and original. I was not cheated out of the fun of unboxing this excellent timepiece.This watch has met my expectations, meaning that a) it is as good-looking and functional as I had hoped, and b) I agree with those who feel the band's heft--or lack thereof-- doesn't match that of the watch. The Jubilee has a nice look but I can't get past the light weight and the play (nice way of saying rattle). So I ordered a Super Oyster from Strapcode. My wrist measures a shade under 8" and the stock Jubilee bracelet required only minor adjustments to the clasp to achieve a comfortable fit until the replacement arrives. I took a photo of it in my office and added it to the image gallery.This is a timeless watch design and the automatic movement gives it interest and quirkiness including that enjoyable (to me) smooth sweep action of the second hand. One big intangible of this watch is the pride of ownership. I have already recommended it to some buddies and several lady friends as a great surprise purchase for the men in their lives. It is a handsome watch that will be right at home with the Tag and Omega watches in my collection. The remarkable value proposition of this watch makes it easy to recommend.Update 2/27/14:Just replaced the original Jubilee-style bracelet with a Super Oyster II band from Strapcode. It was a head-turner before, and now I consider this one of the best-looking and most distinctive watches in my collection...some of the best watch money I've ever spent!Update 3/15/17:Three full years since purchase and this watch is still my favorite and is on my wrist almost every day. I still get compliments on it when I'm out and about. Love it!


    Bought this on Tue and got it on Fri, and that's with the free 5-8 day Amazon shipping. My seller was Prime Trade USA so I'm sure they had something to do with the amazing shipping speed, so thanks! Let me begin by saying this watch is way nicer than the picture. It's gorgeous. On the other hand, the band is crap. If I had it to do over I would get the rubber band which would at least be usable. The watch was 1 minute fast on it's first day, which is well within what I expected. The lume is so bright you wont believe it. I also bought a black/silver nato strap from Shark Straps and they look GREAT together. The combo wears really well too, very comfortable. So basically I'm super-stoked about my new watch. This is an iconic watch with decades of near-perfect reviews and a cult following for a ridiculously low price. Stop agonizing about it and just buy the dang watch (but seriously, get the rubber band!).Edit: I left the watch home this weekend (while we went rock climbing & camping), and it was still running and perfectly on-time 45 hours later when I got home and picked it back up. I should also mention that I'm slightly taller and better looking now that I own this watch.


    this is going to be a little long-winded, but please bear with me... i hope i can pass on some tips and hints for those folks new to Seiko automatics and buying these watches here, online elsewhere, and even locally... and especially on topic, i'll also talk about my new SKX007K2...purchased this SKX007K2 at a great price from Passthewatch... a few days earlier i had purchased an SKX007K1 from longislandwatch... the K2 comes with a Jubilee bracelet - i like these bracelets, have three of 'em.. the K1 is the rubber strapped 007...in both instances, neither watch came with full docs - in other words, no warranty card - these gray market sellers must be selling the warranty cards on the market, reaping an additional profit on top of your purchase - Amazon and most Seiko buyers on Amazon seem to tolerate this practice...on the other hand, i was recently at a Seiko outlet just south of me and purchased two Seikos for the holidays... there, the clerk duly stamped and notated the warranty cards and put them in the box with the watch, manual and pillowhonestly, the chances of getting a bum Seiko are a bit slim - it does happen... for the most confident purchase, buy from a certified dealer... for example, i purchased online from watchco and got my SKXA35 with a warranty card (just the same as with the Seiko outlet)... sometimes you will pay a little more, but with some sales and discounts, you may be surprised that dealer pricing can match online pricing (my upcoming holiday gift, an SKX173, from the Seiko outlet was *less* than any current online price even after paying sales tax)however, if you choose to go the route by purchasing here on Amazon, make sure to carefully read the seller's return policy... if you buy an Amazon-guaranteed-no-questions-asked watch, you'll be OK... you can return the watch for a full refund... (i have also purchased used watches from Amazon's warehouse outlet to save a few dollars, but in some cases there is a strict time-limit or no-return policy)on the other hand, if you buy a Seiko from a gray market dealer, do not just rip open the box, take off the packaging, redo the bracelet, etc... make sure the watch functions and works, crown screws in/out, time and date can be set etc., then wind the watch (manually or hand-wind if the movement allows) and let it run... if it's a Seiko automatic and keeps time for at least 24 hours, you can generally be assured the watch is good to go...i did this with my new 007K2 from passthewatch and it works great!but be warned: i have also been burned by buying an expensive Seiko and an expensive Orient watch directly from Amazon... a year ago, i ordered one of the new Orange Monsters and an Orient M-Force... what i got was an obviously returned Monster (albeit in good shape with a blank warranty card)... i kept the Monster and it is still working fine a year later...the Orient I received, purchased as 'new' from Amazon, had no manual, no tags, no pillow, no warranty card, and had, in fact, had its bracelet modified to fit a wrist of a small child... if you know the M-Force, you know it's a beefy knuckle-duster... to add insult to injury, the removed links weren't even in the box... needless to say, i returned the watch and got my refund, but made sure to call Amazon directly and let them know that this practice was unacceptable...i was horrified to say the least... in fact, in the last year i have had to return more items to Amazon that i have returned in 10 years of being a customer!just be careful - it may happen to you...now, at long last, on to my SKX007K2... what can one say? this is *the* beater automatic dive watch... it has a black dial... blobby markers... sword-like hands... walking-stick second hand...there is no country of origin marked on the dial or caseback... this is unlike other Seikos, such as the SKXA35, which is marked 'Malaysia' on the dial...where is it made? Seiko won't say... does it matter? not really.. none of the Seikos at this price point are assembled by hand - they're all made by robots, and the machines are the same whether in Japan or Malaysia or Singapore (if Seiko still has facilities there)it doesn't have as big a case as other divers in its 200m certified class... i kinda like that... my first Seiko diver, now discontinued, was what is now the Alba solar diver... small case and dial... but the 007 has a nice size to it... you're not going to look like some klutz parading around wearing a huge Invicta-like desk diver on your wristaccuracy across the 7s26 line of movements is about par for many automatics in this price range - pretty darn good: +/- 15-20 secs a day... i don't stress about to-the-second accuracy (maybe if i had a Grand Seiko Spring Drive 9R65 movement - only good for +/- 15 secs a month)i like the looks of this watch... it is going to be my spare beater, as i'm ditching my quartz Casio MDV106-1AV, the best deal in the world on a 200m quartz diver for about two Jacksons...i also like that the 007's crown is nicely out of the way at 4 pm - no digging on the wrist!plus, this watch's model is '007' - how cool is that? i wonder how Seiko got away with that? (or how much did it cost?)plus, there are a gazillion 007s on folks wrists and a lot of people like to change things up (mod) this watch...so here's why bought this watch (not necessarily in order):1. it's a Seiko2. it looks good3. it feels good to wear - not overly heavy4. it has a 200m rating (i swim every morning for at least 30 minutes and snorkel off the beach a couple times a month)5. it came with a nice stainless bracelet (there are Jubilee nay-sayers out there - don't believe - try one)6. the lume... ah, the lume! absolutely wonderful... full charge-up at 2000 and still extremely readable at 05307. it's a diver - rugged, working bezel, lumed pip on bezelso there are my reasons and this is my review... take it for what it's worth, but if you don't have a 007, get one... you deserve it!


    I have owned this watch for a couple years now and would like to share my impressions of it. I have a 4x watch collection right now. This SKX, and Seiko Sarb033, a G-shock square, and a Rolex Submariner 114060. I cleared out a lot of my collection to make room for the Rolex, but intentionally kept this SKX in the rotation.Overall I think the SKX is an outstanding tool watch that is incredibly versatile and well made. The price makes it a must own for anyone new to the watch community or looking for a rugged tool watch with a dive rating. I originally bought it as a stepping stone while I saved for my Submariner and I reflect that it was indeed the right approach for me. I have found that the SKX is a keeper and very unique in its own right.You'll see a lot of people buy this watch and put it on a nato strap and I agree it works great with that kind of strap. I also really have grown to like the jubilee bracelet. The jubilee feels cheap, but it is incredibly comfortable. I wear it on the jubilee most days unless I am out in the field and doing a lot of manual tasks.I certainly acknowledge that the Submariner is superior watch in almost every respect, but I still wear my SKX far more often than the Sub. bottom line is that the SKX deserves a spot in your collection and it would be an excellent option for a one watch collection. It punches far above its price point.


    A staple in the affordable watch world. I purchased this for daily wear after reading so many articles on well respected watch blogs and forums. Overall I think this is a great watch. It's stylish, credible, functional and rugged enough at its price point. Noted as a real value, I agree.The only note I would make as far as ordering is to expect the international model which will have an additional language option for the date indicator. I'm not sure if the pure US version had two language options. I couldn't find information on that. However, either model, it's still the same watch. The international model just has additional day language options, and there is one caveat on how the date will roll over. You will see the second language on the watch for a limited time each day. Here's how it works;First, the date will flip to the next in about an hour. You'll see the number slowly roll to the next.Now the day, having two languages it works a little differently. It just takes longer to roll over. So let's say you set English as the language for the date, and your watch came with English and Spanish. The watch is going to cycle through the second language first and will remain on that language for an hour or two, then move forward again to the set language. This process occurs while the typical owner will be asleep or does not have the watch on their wrist, but it does annoy some people. I think it adds to the charm of the watch.Some other notes;The Jubilee bracelet mimics the old 1970s era fold over designs. It's light and very comfortable, but it is not a heavy wearing bracelet. Yes, it does rattle, but where it lacks in heft it makes up for in comfort. I'd recommend trying it out first and if you don't like it, there are plenty of options on Amazon to replace it. I actually ordered a Super Oyster bracelet to have that option available, but so far I really like the Jubilee bracelet.The build quality is fantastic and the quirks of this watch add character and charm. This is a watch loved by many and having finally purchased one, I can see why. It's vintage and stylish and works in every situation. The lume is bright and the movement is noted as one of the simplest and reliable in the world. I don't scuba drive so I won't be using this in that environment, but others have praised it for working well in the water. I hope to get great daily usage out of this watch and hope it performs well for a very long time.I would recommend the Seiko 007 to anyone who loves watches, and would appreciate the watch for what it truly is. It's not an expensive Swiss dive watch and doesn't want to be. It's got its own unique personality and execution. I think that's why the watch world loves it.


    I bought two of these and one SKX013, to try them all. The second 007 and the 013 came from Singapore.Observations:All the watches appeared to be of similar quality and outward appearance. I only identified two differences, the day languages are different. The US origin watch came with English and Spanish while both the Singapore watches came with English and Arabic. It's pretty wild to see the days of the week in Arabic.The other difference is the bezel.The US bezel feels "crisper" on the clicks and turns more easily. Both the Singapore origin watches feel more viscous and a little harder to turn. They must have a unidirectional ratchet or an o-ring of a different material. Of course all the watches are labeled as K2, so there is no accounting for the little differences in assembly.My daughter tried the 013 first and immediately said, "I want the bigger one." So both the Singapore watches are going back. The picture shows a 007 on top and 013 on the bottom.


    Have been wearing it non-stop ever since I got it... It';s not a super expensive piece of jewelry, so I can wear it wherever and whenever and not worry about getting it banged up. However, the watch itself is absolutely pristine, in spite of me not taking particular care of it. The band has some scratches on the underside (where it rubs against my desk when I am typing... )Classy, yet understated. Not too big, not too small. Fantastically comfortable (once the band is properly adjusted). Love that the crown is at an angle, so it doesn't stick out and rub on my back hand like my other watch does.Also, I had heard horror stories about automatic watches lack of accuracy at keeping time. Mine is doing just fine at its job. Given that I travel to other timezones every couple weeks anyway, I need to change the time so I haven't had the chance to notice any major inaccuracy (might be a couple seconds off, but when it says 10h19, it's 10h19).Also, as a side note, I thought the multilingual calendar is pretty nifty... it's not like I track the days of the week in Spanish anywa, but I find pretty cool that they've been able to figure that out mechanically)


    Absolutely killer watch! Here are some things to consider though. 1) the bracelet is pretty shoddy. I'd skip this version and get the K1, which comes on a rubber strap. I'm not a fan of rubber straps, but in retrospect I should've saved the extra bucks and just bought a higher quality bracelet from Strapcode. 2) this watch doesn't allow for hand winding. Not a huge deal, but if you own and wear multiple watches, prepare to reset this one every once in a while.Even with those caveats, I love this watch. So dang much. I honestly don't think a better automatic diver exists at this price point. I plan on keeping it for life. I've owned it for over a month now and in that time of wearing it every other day on average, it hasn't shut off once, not has it started past -3 seconds per day.And if you're wondering whether or not you should pony up for the J variant, my wholehearted suggestion is to save your money. The only difference is that it says made in Japan on the dial. Most sources agree this is a marketing ploy and that they're not actually made in Japan. More importantly, they're of the exact same quality and design spec.

    Jon Blackwell

    Great watch. Will probably update review later on, just got it.6 Month Update:I have had this watch for about 6 months now and it has been my daily driver. I've tested several different NATO straps with it and found it to be a wonderful watch for someone who doesn't know a whole lot about watches, but wants to have one that is a solid performer and look sharp; I get compliments on my watch every so often. This watch is a great fit for my lifestyle. I recommend this watch to anyone who is looking for a diver and who wants something that is quality but that is also not going to break $200. Still Loving It.

    D. de Vries

    This is my "beater" now and it's just a solid, sensible Diver-Style watch with real street cred. Not an homage or knock-off of a Rolex Submariner (though there's nothing wrong with those watches--I can't be too much of a snob about that), it has a solid automatic movement, is clear and readable and not too big at around 41mm. Some people don't like the Jubilee strap but I'm quite comfortable with the look and feel of it. I honestly wish that the lume was a bit better. It's okay but nothing to write home about. I had purchased the Seiko 5 and it stopped inexplicably on me a couple of times, which was really not a good thing. I chose this watch to replace the 5, somewhat wary of another Seiko, but thinking that the upgraded movement in this watch made it worth the price differential. So far, so good.

    JD Moore

    Wow.First and foremost, I wish I had pulled the trigger on this much earlier. This is my first Mechanical watch, and as many others have stated it is probably the best for a first automatic.This watch punches way above its price point. The dial is an exceptional matte black that looks great complimented with the steel of the case. The action is seamless and smooth, and the accuracy has been spot on since the day I got it.The unidirectional bezel feels sturdy and gives just the right amount of resistance. The screw down crown feels well made and doesn’t give a sense of being flimsy or delicate. Setting the day and date function is very simple and intuitive.Seiko luminescence is legendary, and now I know why. The hands and hour markers charge very quickly from even the cloudiest day, and shine brighter than any other lume I have seen. The lume seems to last for quite a while and makes the watch very easy to read in low light and no light situations.Many people do not like the bracelets that come on the SKX and prefer the rubber strap option or aftermarket Nato straps. While I do agree that the bracelet feels flimsy, it does look very good on the watch and I actually really like it. I purchased a James Bond (Black and Silver) Nato with this watch preparing to hate the bracelet and change it immediately. I am still wearing it with the bracelet.If you are even slightly considering buying this watch, do it. For the price you are getting a very well built watch with a reputation that is well known from a company with a remarkable history.


    If you are looking for a durable ad storied piece to add to your collection or if you're looking for the one watch you'll wear for the rest of your life this has to be on the list. The finishing on the case, the bezel, and the dial are top class in this price range. Some complain about the bracelet because they don't like the jubilee style or, in some cases, there's a perception that a jubilee lacks durability, but that has not been my experience. Even if you're on the fence about the bracelet, there are plenty of good aftermarket options for oyster style bracelets as well as nylon and leather straps. I still wear mine on the jubilee and have no trouble. The Seiko 7S26 automatic movement has a long track record of reliability, and I have never found the lack of manual winding or hacking to be a detriment. The "magic lever" winding system gets the watch would quickly with a few shakes and the movement, while reasonably accurate, isn't anything close to COSC, so hacking isn't a big deal.


    FIVE THINGS I LIKE ABOUT MY SKX0071. READABILITY. Easy to read at first glance day or night even when hands overlap.2. COMFORT. Wears like a 40 mm due to its reduced log-to-log and crown at 4 o’clock.3. DESIGN. Beautiful soft curved case with the sexiest crown guards in the market.4. IDENTITY. Cult status without trying to copy the Rolex Sub.5. RELIABILITY. Robust 7S26 movement.FIVE THINGS I DISLIKE ABOUT MY SKX0071. MOVEMENT. Anachronistic non-hand winding, non-hacking.2. WINDOW. Hardlex vs Sapphire.3. BRACELET. Hollow end-link bracelet. However, I like the comfort and look of the jubilee.4. SPARTAN. Lack of borders on date window and indices, and dull charcoal face (007).5. LACK OF ATTENTION TO DETAIL. Famous for its ring-face-bezel misalignment in K and D models.


    Fantastic watch. I purchased the super oyster II bracelet for the watch at the same time as I not a huge fan of the jubilee bracelet that comes with the watch. The difference in the two bracelets is substantial when compared side by side as the jubilee is very light and feels a little bit flimsy in comparison.The watch looks great and can be worn in a number of different settings easily as with the super oyster it tends to dress either up or down easily. The build quality is fantastic, the movement accurate, and the finish perfect. I could not be happier. To make it perfect I will be replacing the hardlex crystal with a yokobies sapphire crystal as I have had mixed experiences with hardlex historically.This is a fantastic diver and just a great all around watch. You will not be disappointed.


    I had some quartz watches but I wanted a watch that had a better reputation while still being easy on the wallet. This fits the bill. I love it so far. There is just something very sharp about it in person that I couldn’t appreciate from the pictures. Mine has funtioned flawlessly for a month now. I put it on a brown leather strap and it looks greats. I wear it everyday. I like how the crown is offset so it doesn’t dig into my wrist. This keeps Time well. I don’t think I need hacking or manual winding. I’m very glad I bought this for my first automatic watch.

    Michael Rosner

    Get it. It's great. It's the honda civic of watches. There's a huge market for mods and aftermarket stuff. It's classy like a rolex submariner but instantly recognizable and not a rolex sub. Looks solid on an bracelet. Classy on black leather. Rugged on a coyote tan 5 ring Zulu. And just plain fun on soft grey silicone. If you're a watch enthusiasts, it's cheap enough to be a beater. If you're not a watch enthusiasts, its a great entry into mechanical watches.The snobby watch forums I occasionally frequent love this thing but still manage to drum up vitriol for multi-thousand dollar watches. So it's even cool with the cool kids.Hell, you can even mod it out to look like your dream omega, rolex, or tudor.In short, buy it.


    I've had this watch a few months now and can say after a lot of wear, it holds up perfectly. The watch is somewhat hard to adjust on your own, but the metal band is extremely comfortable and it looks really sharp. The watch just looks and functions like something worth double the price. This was my first automatic time piece, but it's well worth the investment. You can wear this watch with super casual clothes up to probably business casual too (I wouldn't wanna wear it with a suit though). It's also one of those watches that gets respect of "watch guys", but is subdued enough to also get compliments from fashion watch fans like MVMT and why I didn't opt for the one with the "Pepsi" bezzel. I have about 6.5" inch wrists and it doesn't look too huge, but any smaller than 6" for your wrist and the watch may look like you are wearing an alarm clock on you're wrist as it's 42mm. I would not necessarily recommend this as a first watch though unless you have not wrists because it does have a seemingly large wrist presence because the watch itself is fairly thick. However, if it's good enough for James Bond, than it's good enough for me! Probably a top 5 diver for under (or around) $200.