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Seiko SKX173 and SKX175

Posted by wristwatch on September 23, 2007


These diver’s watches are slighty smaller than the biggest “Monster” models out there, but look great on the wrist nevertheless. The Cal 7S26 is produced in Singapore, this particular movement can’t be manually wound, therefore if it stops, you should gently rock your wrist to get the watch going again. The Lumibrite indices are huge and keep bright even after in darkness for quite some time. Visibility is great with the large hands and markers.

* Model SKX173
* Cal 7S26
* 21 jewel automatic, self-winding mechanical movement
* Pressure vented strap
* Can be set to display day in English or Spanish
* Unidirectional rotating elapsed time bezel.
* Screw down locking crown
* 200 Meter water resistant
* LumiBrite hands, markers and bezel.
* Case measures 43mm diameter by 13.5mm thick.

* Model SKX175
* Cal 7S26
* Men’s automatic Diver’s watch in stainless steel.
* 21-jewel, self-winding mechanism never needs batteries.
* Polished steel case.
* Bracelet in brushed and polished steel.
* Rotating bezel has a contrasting red and blue surface.
* Dark blue dial with luminous hands and hour markers.
* Bilingual day and date calendar.
* Locking screw-in crown for water resistance to 200 meters (660 feet).
* Bracelet has a double locking clasp.
* Case is 41mm diameter, 13mm thick.

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