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post #601 of 3829
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post
What's the movement? Quart?

Yeah, most Skagen's are Quartz. I don't have any experience with their automatics, but I've been looking into them recently.

Though I don't necessarily have a problem with them being Quartz since the slimness of the design outshines the movement for my tiny wrists.
post #602 of 3829
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Originally Posted by DJackson View Post
All, I apologize if I am trampling the poor out of poor man's watch. However I still consider the various watches above entry level in a sense. Anyways, that's not my point. My point is, here is an awesome Seiko you could wear on the weekend and it cost's under $200


bonus: not a knockoff/homage?

Unfortunately the case is kind of huge at 46mm and I have a feeling the band in this photo likely costs more than the watch but there's nothing wrong with putting a cheaper strap or band on it. It's a Seiko SNKF11K... googling it some more...
I have a watch problem
I was looking at at something similar earlier this year but settled on SNZF17K1 "Sea Urchin". You can go wrong with the SNZ series.

post #603 of 3829
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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post
Slightly higher resolution on my new Vostok.
Excellent looking watch (/strap combo).
post #604 of 3829
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
That above Alpha looks about as much like a Rolex as any other diver watch does. Silly comment.



+1 agreed. For those who don't like homages (we're not talking replicas here), then stay out of this thread. You're not needed here.

Homages are replicas, doesn't matter what you call them to make yourself feel better.
post #605 of 3829
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Homages are replicas, doesn't matter what you call them to make yourself feel better.

Oh boy. Here we go again.
post #606 of 3829
This thread is for people that can tell the difference between the two, iroh. As you can't, you may as well leave.
post #607 of 3829
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Originally Posted by iroh View Post
Homages are replicas, doesn't matter what you call them to make yourself feel better.
I know what you're getting at, but no. Your retarded posts are more preferable than your threads, less eyesore.
post #608 of 3829
Can anyone tell me if this is a Seiko or what make this watch is? It's so clean and simple, Thanks!
LL
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post #609 of 3829
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Originally Posted by ramvio View Post
Can anyone tell me if this is a Seiko or what make this watch is? It's so clean and simple, Thanks!
I think that's a modded Seiko 5.

post #610 of 3829
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Originally Posted by Kali View Post
I think that's a modded Seiko 5.


This is a great look-love that band on this watch.
post #611 of 3829
Hey guys, I've discovered some nice looking watches thanks to this thread but I was hoping some of you could give to poor newbies like me some websites where we could make interesting deals. Ok, everybody knows ebay, amazon, but I was more thinking of places like:
http://www.pmwf.com/Phorum/list.php?50
I'm sure there are other trusted websites like this one.
By the way, what is the website offering the most exhaustive list of automatic watches? I'm wondering if I haven't missed a model.
post #612 of 3829
Non-NATO day. Dark grey pebble grain:
post #613 of 3829
anyone know where I can get that BAND?
TIA

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Originally Posted by Kali View Post
I think that's a modded Seiko 5.
post #614 of 3829
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post
anyone know where I can get that BAND?
TIA
http://www.watchbands.com/category.a...ategoryID,,682
post #615 of 3829
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Originally Posted by Kali View Post

That's beautiful. I love Seiko 5s


I think I posted this in another thread a while back, but:


It's sub-150 so I might pick it up.
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