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Seiko Prospex SPB347J Noosa by Night Limited Edition Watch $734.30 Delivered @ David Jones


SEIKO PROSPEX NOOSA LIMITED EDITION $734.30 with Extra 30% off at checkout

Could be an all time low, I paid $739 in Oct 2023 from Starbuy (with a VIP code).

Limited Edition 'Noosa'- 1,000pcs exclusive to Australia/New Zealand
- Automatic movement - powered by the wearer or by winding the crown
- Approximately 70hrs power reserve at full charge
- Additional silicone strap
- Divers 200m Water Resistance
- Sapphire crystal glass
- One Way rotating bezel
- Screw down crown
- Presented in a special box
- Made in Japan

Discount applied in cart to product marked ‘Take an extra 30%’. Offer available until 11:55PM AEDT Sunday 07/04/2024. Subject to stock availability.

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  • +3

    Looks like a fun piece

    Also how is it only now that DJ actually has some good prices hey- all it took was multiple store closures and a major restructuring haha

    • +1

      I've got it and they wear surprisingly well for the size and weight. don't feel it when on due to the good design (down turning lugs and taper to 20mm).

      Yeah it works out well when they have extra 30-40% off something already reduced. It would be an online order, very slim chance of Having it in your store.

  • +1


    • yeah i just checked the link. Hopefully two lucky people jumped on that!
      Will mark as OOS, cheers.

  • +2

    Shame I missed it, but my green Sumo is my favourite watch in my collection, would have loved the Noosa edition. These watches wear beautifully

  • +3

    First time in my life I decided to buy watch for $700…

    • +1

      Wow you get on it?
      It's a good deal considering 6R35, sapphire, very legible/classic and they wear fantastically.
      I'm sure people have spend almost that on samurai's and king turtles.

      Ps. I can get away with it on 6.5" wrist.

  • If I had bigger wrists or this came in 40mm it would be perfect . Love the colour of this one

    • +2

      Try a Sumo on in store, you might be surprised, they really don't wear as big as you may think, its a really well designed case.

  • Was gifted a seiko prospex… and not going lie. I'm so disappointed in its time keeping….always running slow. Paid twice to have it recalibrated… still runs very slow. Ive given up on it…now lives in the desk drawer. Shame really because i liked it alot.

    • What type was that, how slow was it running? Could still be under warranty if it was outside spec. Can get nh35 movements cheap, but I'm sure the watch repairs would have improved it (otherwise what are you paying them for). I'm sure you could sell it otherwise.

      • I'd had it for a couple of years before I started wearing it it as my daily use. Watch shop did say calibration may be due to trauma(watch taking a hit!)… it has gradually worsened over time, and the last time i wore it was literally 10-15 mins slow per hour.

        • Oh right doesn't sound good, must have been a big knock. New movement would be the way to go.

          • @G-rig: Seiko automatic movements (not including grand Seiko) are notorious for usually having piss poor accuracy from factory especially around the sub 1k mark and below.

            • @SpeedRunnerLink: If it's outside of spec then you should take it back and would be covered under warranty.

              All of my NH35 etc are fine and expectations. I got 3x 6R35, and they are very similar performance to 4R35 (so I think you are mostly paying for the extra power reserve.

              You are somewhat correct, I think they must get magnetised or knocked in transit, I take mine past the watchmaker and he checks them (demagnetises and checks them on the Time Grapher)

    • I have a Seiko Prospex Samurai, about 3 months old, uncalibrated. Gains 1 second a day.

  • "Noosa by Night"?…..oh pleeeeeeeeease.

    • +1

      Yeah night time be dark

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