Seiko Prospex Kinetic SKA Watch
Seiko Prospex Kinetic SKA Watch
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The Seiko SKA is a kinetic dive watch featuring a 42mm stainless steel case with a 120-click unidirectional rotating bezel. It uses the 5M62 kinetic movement and features a date window at 3 o’clock and a 6-month power reserve Read More

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Locoboy5150
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Mar 20, 2018
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I really wanted this Seiko "BFK" watch as it's one of the dive watches that I have been looking to buy for a few years now. I have absolutely no idea when or even if this watch will be coming back for sale here on Massdrop though. I ended up buying it (model SKA371) from another online retailer and I paid a lot less than what it sold for here once sales tax was added. I placed my order on a Friday and I had it on my wrist the following Monday.
I like the idea of Massdrop and I will continue to "window shop" here in the future, but all too often it's just too inconvenient due to the long order collecting step and then the long shipping time and my last few orders for Seiko watches have been elsewhere. I ended up saving money too compared to the Massdrop prices for the exact same watches. (They were gray market sellers with vendor warranties just like Massdrop.) Sorry Massdrop. I really want to be a repeat customer but your business model often just does not work out too well for me. My last order took almost a month to arrive.
Other online retailers are able to charge less for the same watches and they are able to ship out orders the next day or even on the same day that the order was placed if it was placed by a certain time of day. This is just a hypothetical question but if they are able to do that, why cannot you? Maybe I am the only one but I don't see any advantages to buying from Massdrop when, in the end, it costs more money for a more inconvenient ordering process.
Mar 20, 2018
Victor7
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Feb 19, 2018
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$550 no way this watch is going for waaaay less on many other websites.
Feb 19, 2018
Pseudozero
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Feb 18, 2018
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I totally would have jumped all over this one, but I’ve got the SKA579 already, buyers are going to love it!
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waiting for the turtle to drop again!
Feb 18, 2018
cjeffery
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Feb 15, 2018
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So Glad this finally dropped :) Committed!
Feb 15, 2018
OneLove
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Feb 15, 2018
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This reminds me, I still need to build my arduino kinetic watch winder.
Feb 15, 2018
bravopdj
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Dec 14, 2017
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한국사람 중에 구입 하시신 분 손!!
Dec 14, 2017
OneLove
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Feb 15, 2018
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남자는 섹시하지 않다
Feb 15, 2018
Eldiva21
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Dec 13, 2017
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Is the metallic whit blue and red...?
Dec 13, 2017
NORDSTERN
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Dec 10, 2017
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Seiko Kinetics are very poor cousins of Citizen Eco Drives. My two Eco Drives have varied by less than two minutes in eight years. Seiko Automatics are the longest lasting beauties. Far better than than most so called Swiss watches. But a Presage and be in seventh heaven. I have a SSA309 and it's the pinnacle of engineering at a great price.
Dec 10, 2017
K.T.N
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Dec 9, 2017
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The difference between the two black faced watches is just the strap, correct? Nothing else?
While I like metal bands just fine, they often put too much "shiny" on my wrist. For me, I would rather go with the rubber strap and get the price savings if the watch itself is the same. Then take it from there if I feel like replacing the strap.
Thanks.
Dec 9, 2017
jetkins
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Oct 27, 2017
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Mine arrived today. Love it, and I can finally retire my old faithful SHC041.
It came in a white Seiko presentation box and outer box, with swing tag, booklets, and protective plastic all in place. Interestingly, the charge gauge indicates it arrived with about a month's worth of power reserve (20 seconds on the gauge). There was also an empty 4" x 6.5" plastic (non-ziplock) bag in with the watch, which makes me wonder whether it had been previously removed and replaced in the box. Meh, I've used the bag to hold the three links I removed from the band.
Speaking of the band, beware if you remove links yourself. This type of bracelet uses a pin and collar system, and if you're not careful you may drop one or two of the tiny collars without even noticing. Ask me how I know! If you're unfamiliar with this system, do a little googling before you start pulling things apart - I could have saved myself ten minutes of searching the carpet for wayward collars if I'd just done some research first instead of charging in unprepared.
Finally, the paperwork included the Seiko international warranty card, but of course it's not completed by an authorised Seiko dealer (it's not filled out at all), so technically there's no warranty. Which begs the question: if an unscrupulous owner was to fill out the card themselves, do the service centers ever actually check where it was sold?
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