Seiko SKX007-J1

Model: Seiko SKX007-J1 (made in Japan)

Condition: not used

Year: 2021

Case: stainless steel

Dimensions: 42mm diameter, 46mm lug-to-lug, 13mm thickness

Dial: black with luminescent hour markers and day-date window at 3 o’clock

Movement: Seiko 7S26 automatic self-winding movement, up to 41 hours of power reserve

Glass: Seiko Hardlex scratch-resistant synthetic mineral crystal

Bracelet/strap: Seiko original black rubber strap

Water resistance rating: 20 atm (200 meters)

Functions: day-date

Content: full-set, watch with original box and papers


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Seiko is easily identifiable as one of the best brands where you can find great timepieces for more accessible prices. But its history dates back to the 19th century, when in 1881 a young man named Kintaro Hattori opened a shop in central Tokyo where he started repairing and selling watches and clocks. It only took Hattori eleven years to found the “Seikosha” (“Seiko” meaning “exquisite”, “minute” or “success” and “sha” meaning “house”) factory, where he produced his first wall clocks, in 1892. In December 1924 the first watch to have the “Seiko” name was launched, beginning the pathway of a brilliant brand synonymous with accessibility, accuracy and innovation.


The timepiece presented here is a Seiko SKX007-J1, perhaps Seiko’s most well know and iconic watch, that already has a significant group of followers. This watch is, and has been for some years, the “entry drug” to the watch collecting addiction of many collectors worldwide. If you never saw one in person, trust us… it will impress. Even more if you consider the budget needed to acquire this watch in comparison with others that will certainly take a bigger hit to your wallet. And lets not forget its reputation for accuracy, practicality and durability. This is also a J1 reference, which means that it’s really made in Japan, unlike the K reference. The first thing that stands out is that the “whole package” just gets everything right in terms of aesthetics. The black dial is super legible, under Seiko’s Hardlex scratch-resistant synthetic mineral crystal, with a handy day-date window a 3 o’clock and great luminescence on the hands and hour markers that will get you a great read in darker conditions. The crown is comfortably positioned at 4 o’clock, further contributing to the sporty looks of the watch. The unidirectional metallic bezel has a beautiful and practical polished ribbed outer surface, which gives a firm grip to turn in harder conditions. Its 7S26 automatic self-winding movement has 21 jewels and provides up to 40 hours of power reserve. And you can also count with a 200 meters water resistance to get you through your underwater trials. This watch was never worn and comes in factory condition, with its  full set, minus the stickers (it only has the case back sticker), as shown in the pictures.


This is the only daily usage and diver watch you may need, with the toughness required for your adventures, but also a chameleon adequate for more formal occasions. This one is a looker, either with a metal bracelet or a leather strap. A truly accessible all-rounder timepiece with a reputation to match.

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