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Seiko Auto SZSB014 JDM $291.92 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Seiko Auto SZSB014 JDM… $291.92 Delivered. Camel.

  • Crystal/Lens - Domed Hardlex
  • Diameter - 39.5mm
  • Band width - 20mm
  • Case Thickness - 13mm
  • Auto Movement - 4R35, Hacking & Handwinding
  • Exhibition Caseback
  • Milled Clasp
  • Push Down Crown
  • No Lume
  • Water resistant - 100 Metres

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  • +3

    Milled clasp is definitely a worthy dot point for this watch at this price point.

    • and half links, as there appears to be no micro adjusters.

      • Good spot. Also, the observation window doesn't have that awful printing on it like Seiko do with the Sports 5 models.

    • +1

      Would rather sapphire crystal. You can get a Kamasu for the same price. Strangely from a company owned by Seiko.
      Still a nice watch for the money.

      • yes or a JDM Casio solar, sapphire, titanium, atomic clock (useless in AUS) few other things.. light, world time etc

        • Atomic works in Queensland if you tune permanently to Japan DST. Always the same time zone.

          • @ColonialBoy: Cool, Yeah I've heard that, so do the radio towers actually adjust it and you get confirmation?
            I've also heard it doesn't work in Aus.

            • @G-rig: Japan is UTC + 9 hours. Queensland is UTC + 10 hours. The rest of Australia changes depending on the time of year.

              Casio Waveceptor has a daylight saving function that adds an hour. So in Queensland you can set the watch to the Japan transmitters and use the DST function to add an hour permanently to get Queensland time. It sets automatically each night (even indoors) and is best around 3am.

              • @ColonialBoy: Yeah I read about that so will change it, didn't realise just having it set up to a country that supports it enables it. At the moment just got it set to Syd time and dst off. Maybe that explain why I couldn't access that part of the menu to put in manually receiving mode.
                (Was trying some radio apps but that's too clunky).

                Have set it, I guess it will be hit and miss whether it actually picks up the signal (can confirm last time it was sync was 17/01 from holding down the button, so will check it again in the next few days).


      • Agreed about the Sapphire. Actually makes sense the Orient Kamasu has better specs for the money, as they're the more "budget" oriented brand. Why would Seiko market their models with the same specs for the same money?

        • Pretty different style of watch, can you even buy Komasu in Aus? I think they are good but used to be a lot cheaper too. get that though if you like it.
          Ps. They still aren't perfect, the crowns look funny/small and rubbish bracelet/clasp compared to this one, so there are always trade offs. Sapphire is only one spec.

          Anyway looks like it's expired so get the Komasu.

  • -1

    looks sleek, but it doesn't hAve as many dials and gears as a coutura

  • You should get this one instead @WatchNerd


    Solar, sapphire, 100m

  • damn missed out

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