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Citizen 37mm Eco-Drive BM8180-03E $159, Seiko Auto SRPG29K $229, Seiko Solar Chrono Coutura (Sapphire) $299 Delivered @ Starbuy

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I found these deals in the Weekend Sale.

At 37mm this watch is great for people with skinny wrists.

Citizen Eco-Drive BM8180-03E

  • Crystal/Lens - Mineral
  • Diameter - 37mm
  • Band width - 18mm
  • Case Thickness - 10mm
  • Luminous hands & markers
  • 6 Month Power Reserve
  • Low Charge Indicator - the second hand will skip a second
  • Strap - Nylon
  • Water resistant to 100 Metres - in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving
  • 5 Year Australian Warranty from Citizen Australia

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Seiko 5 Auto SRPG29K $229.00 delivered

  • Crystal/Lens - Curved Hardlex
  • Diameter - 39.4mm
  • Band width - 20mm
  • Case Thickness - 13.2mm
  • Cal. 4R36 Auto Movement, 24 Jewels, Self winding, Hand winding & Hacking
  • Power Reserve - 41 Hours
  • Drilled Lugs
  • Push Down Crown
  • Exhibition Caseback
  • SS Bracelet
  • Water resistant - 100 metres
  • 3 Year Warranty From Seiko Australia

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Comments

  • +2

    BM8180-03E is perfect for someone with small wrist.

  • Does anyone actually use a tachymeter?

    Sure, use it once as a novelty but in 2022?

    • Who needs a watch when you've got a phone?

      • I like a nice but rarely wear one. Maybe I'm just getting old eyes but they would look so much cleaner without a tachymeter.

      • +4

        Who needs a phone when you've got a watch?

        • +2

          Everyone on ozb except you, matt

          • +1

            @ChiMot: I think you missed the conversation and the context.

      • +1

        Username doesn't check out :/

      • +1

        I wrote out an entire comment then realised your username. Haha!

        But yea, my work doesn't allow phones inside. Valid and confidential industry secrets as well as security concerns. Walking around looking for a wall clock isn't fun.

        • are smartwatches banned as well? if so, do they actually check it?

  • +1

    Lots to like about the Citizen field watch.
    Despite its smaller size it has a highly legible dial and would make a great watch for chores around the house or at work.
    The smaller diameter and 10mm thickness means it's going to sit nicely on the wrist and less likely to catch on things.

    • +2

      field watches, traditionally, are small. 38mm seems the norm - that goes back to the origins of field watches.

  • Don't mind the simplicity and legibility of a field watch. These look pretty good for the price.
    Jomashop still have a sale on too, postage isn't really cheap. Still far cheaper than the local prices though.
    (Picked up a Khaki Field Hand Wind H69439931 given I don't have any field or Pilots watches).

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