Seiko watches have reached to become generic for quality yet reasonably affordable timepiece. They have been producing so many of the world’s first watches, and their watch innovations are always a big hit in the market. With great reputation in the industry and expanding international market, Seiko watches are never safe from product and brand imitations. Thus, it is very important to be aware on how to identify Seiko watches.
Practically everyone owns a time piece of some kind. There are literally tens of thousands of different models available on the market today. Without watches the world would be a very different place. SKX007J4 is a handsome time piece from Seiko with 21 Jewels. Seiko SKX007J4 – a classic among classics. There is a beautiful Oyster bracelet on the classic Seiko Automatic diver’s watch. The SKX007J Oyster is the ‘Made in Japan’ version. The classic and clean lines of SKX007J4 with solid links stainless steel bracelet and the updated 7s26b is really impressive.
Seiko has a long tradition in terms of diving watches (diver watches), in 1965 entered the market with its first model 6217 or as it is traditionally called, the 62MAS, and since then have continued to produce true works of art design, robust, virtually all evidence and a reliable and accurate automatic machine, all at a relatively accessible. The model belongs to the last SKX007J4 standard series dive watches Seiko has produced, this series began in 1996 and is a direct descendant of the other (6105, 6306, 6309, and 7002).
SKX007J4 is a real working tool ( “tool watch”) created to meet the most demanding tests that you can do during heavy work, this and previous models have been used by coast guard, firefighters, soldiers, divers and countless professionals in the most diverse tasks. The legend of these watches starts with versions 6105 and 6309, being discovered by American soldiers stationed in Japan during the Vietnam War. Immediately the rumor about the durability and quality of these watches are spread among the soldiers, who came to prefer them instead of clocks supplied by the army and then brought back home after the war.
Type : Divers
Case : Stainless Steel
Bracelet: Seiko genuine stainless steel Oyster bracelet
Seiko 7S26 automatic, 21 jewels
Quickset day and date
Black dial with Lumibrite indices
Silvered hours and minutes hands with thick Lumibrite fill
Black/white seconds hand with Lumibrite dot
Dial marked ’21 Jewels’
Stainless steel – polished sides and brushed top
Uni directional rotating divers bezel
Lug width 22mm
Seiko signed folded link Oyster type
Brushed finish with polished sides
Double folding safety clasp with safety catch
This watch is available for USD 250.00 with us
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