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Which SEIKO model you love best

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Its not fair....Too many to choose from:) Although I don't own one (yet) I'm gonna go for the Spring Drive MM300. Yummy...

In the meantime I'll have to persevere with my 007, Turtle and pair of Samurai's. Recently picked up a couple of SNZH's too, the 53 and 57 for a more retro divers vibe.

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Obviously, I'd have to go to the only one I own, and the one that has been my main (and effectively only) watch for the last many years.......

Seiko Titanium Ultrasonic 8v36-0031

 

Seiko

 

(It's not my only watch now - I've sort of gained a few over the last year :) )

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Possibly the Seiko SARB or 009.   The SARB is a nice well made watch with an excellent movement that can be regulated very well.  I have had mine for several years and the timekeeping is excellent I also find it to be very robust at its price point its hard to think of a watch that really competes with it.

The 009 I like because of its rather iconic looks all be it an automatic movement, that being said I think the SARB takes it as right now given the choice between the Seiko and the new Mako I would go for the Mako.

I know many would argue for the Grand Seiko but I feel there other options come into play and with erratic pricing I would probably choose something else.

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I have two Seiko's, both of which I am very fond of. I have a SUN065P1 and an SRPB11J1. I really like Seiko watches but I would probably stick to the diver style of watch. I do like some of the Grand Seiko's however I think I could find other watches to spend that sort of money on.

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6309 150m diver (+ the modern updated interpretation) because of the case shape, Marinemaster because it's a beautiful tool watch, the 300m Tuna because it doesn't pretend to be anything other than a tool diver & despite being a large watch it's eminently wearable & the Seiko Spirit dress watch (can't remember model number) because it is just a classy watch :) :) 

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On ‎09‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 23:21, gimli said:

Pretty much the basic and standard SKX007. :thumbsup:

I'll second that. Brilliant watches for the money. I've got an SKX011 on order to play nice with my 007. Might even get a 009 too:tongue:

On ‎10‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 11:32, pauluspaolo said:

 the Seiko Spirit dress watch (can't remember model number) because it is just a classy watch :) :) 

Is that the SARB033/035? Beautiful watches.

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I have three Kinetics, and rotate them to keep them charged.

Any of the kinetics are a favourite, I cannot choose....

 

(Although that Marinemaster could be a new favourite......)

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Apart from the Pogue - - nary a one! They all look the same to me! :tumbleweed:

Send your spare/franken/fudgey/unloved Pogues to me at the Edinburgh Home for Retired watches - :rofl:

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On 2017年11月9日 at 21:49, Buuk said:

Its not fair....Too many to choose from:) Although I don't own one (yet) I'm gonna go for the Spring Drive MM300. Yummy...

In the meantime I'll have to persevere with my 007, Turtle and pair of Samurai's. Recently picked up a couple of SNZH's too, the 53 and 57 for a more retro divers vibe.

SKX007 is pubic and affordable , i feel just love SEIKOO hahahaha

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Only one I have... While I do indeed have a love for it, I prefer the overall look of the standard MM300 better. It's also thinner. This thing is just way too thick. Lol

 

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