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Here's my Seiko Sport 5 watch visiting Canyonlands in Utah on a road trip. The watch has been a great help checking the time throughout the day. This watch has the original strap, with no modifications to it. This shot was taken from the top of Upheaval Dome at the 2nd observational deck.
If you have any questions about where to buy this watch or questions relating to the watch itself I'll be happy to answer.
Hopefully the shot is good enough, it was hard to focus the camera with all the wind. Sorry if it's hard to see much of the landscape, it could have turned out better.
Again, if you want to know where to get this watch here is a link of it helps you find it.
Seiko Men's SNZG15 Seiko 5 Automatic Stainless Steel Watch with Nylon Strap [link]
Thanks for the feedback. Is there any big difference between the Seiko linked above and this one?
Seiko Men's SNZG15
Thanks for this! Ebay was the first place I went once I saw all the online stores were out of stock. Unfortunately, with shipping that would make this watch roughly $330+. I love the watch, but that is double what I originally saw it for.
Now, since I posted this - I saw a similar watch on Amazon for $120. I would have to buy a leather band to slap on it, and it doesn't look quite as sharp. But it's close. :) I may keep looking a little longer for the 715, and then use this one as my fallback!
It is a great watch. They actually do make it in a 42 mm size, the Seiko Men's SNZG15. For example on amazon here: [link]
In either size, it's a lovely watch. Unbelievable that they can sell it for just 50-100 bucks.
what style are you looking for? we can certainly make suggestions based on price and style.
say for example.. my favorite $100 watch... (well, $110)
42mm automatic and nice lume.
I actually just purchased (still on the first week) a Seiko 5 SNZG15 and absolutely love it so far. It's slightly larger than the SNK809 (42mm for the SNZG15 vs 37mm for the SNK809), so that might factor into your decision. Here's the Amazon link. It's a gorgeous watch, looks even better in person.
It's the one that comes with this watch
I just switched them around
Love my Seiko SNZG15. It's an automatic winder so you might have to adjust it by a couple minutes every few days but it's pretty minor. And I've noticed that if you don't need to the minute accuracy every day, if you leave it for a week or two it balances itself out over time.
Seiko Men's SNZG15 Seiko 5 Automatic Black Dial Nylon Strap Watch [link]
The problem appears to be that you love a watch that's not the Seiko 5. Allow me to remedy this for you - here.
Seiko 5 is a great watch for the money. although some of the cheaper models are only water tight at 30 feet. which sounds deep but can only be worn in the sink, shower and MAYBE a light swim. I would suggest this one, it is rated at 330 feet and you could swim till your fingers are all pruney.
Is Amazon sketchy?
out of those 2, the chrono for sure. 36mm is just too small.
out of ANY watch period? thats tough.
possibly one of these and hope it surprises me
I recently got my first paycheck and thought I'd get myself something nice. I've narrowed it down to the following:
I was hoping to get some advice one way or the other. I have skin on the darker side and wrists on the smaller side.
That model is on the smaller side. This one is bigger.
Possibly Seiko 5 Automatic? [link]
~$100, water resistant to 100M (more than your need), resembles the one you are interested in.
It's a Seiko SNZG15 with a custom strap.
Something like this? [link]
I'll echo the sentiment here for Hamilton and also suggest Seiko SNZG series. They sort of strike the same tone, for me anyway.
Seiko 5 SNZG15
Yeah I've been thinking of getting a couple of new straps for it. I might also buy this guy for when I need something more water resistant.
Out of those two options, I prefer the Tissot; however, I would suggest something that could be considered a little more classic/timeless (without trying to sound snobby).
Bernhard Corsair II $339 + $20 NATO from AguaTradingCo
Seiko SNZG on a NATO (saves you some money by being well under $500)
I don't mind taking it off every few years, but I certainly do not take my watch off when showering. I realize this is a bit odd, but it's a strong personal preference. So resistance to steam damage is a must. If I have to buy a new watch every few years, I'm willing to accept the trade-off.
I often check the time in the shower (how else do I stress about how late I am for work?!) and I feel incredibly awkward without something on my wrist.
Those Ecodrive watches look spot-on for my needs, actually.
I also just found this Seiko 5 that seems like it might work (thought it might need a different band).