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Seiko Presage Automatic Dress Watch with 40mm Case, and Sapphire Crystal #SARX047
Seiko SARX047 Automatic Dress Watch

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List Price: $900.00
Island Watch Price: $659.00
Savings: $241.00

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Product Code: SARX047

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Seiko Presage Automatic Dress Watch with 40mm Case, and Sapphire Crystal #SARX047

The super handsome Seiko SARX017 dress watch is powered by the premium Seiko 6R15 caliber self-winding movement that can also be hand wound and hacked. It is the same caliber that powers some of the Seiko Prospex line of watches. The movement has a generous 50 hour power reserve. The case has a polished finish and the pinstripe textured blue dial features silvertone hands and hour markers. A date display is shown at the 3 o'clock position. The brown alligator-grained leather strap has a deployant clasp for quick on and off. A scratch resistant sapphire crystal is used on the dial. A hardlex crystal exhibition window caseback allows you to view the movement in action. Water resistant to 50 meters. This is definitely a luxury range watch that is available at an affordable price.
Watch Features:
  • Movement: Seiko 23-Jewel 6R15 Caliber Automatic (self-winding, hand winding, hacks)
  • Case: Stainless steel, 40mm diameter x 11.2mm thick
  • Back: Exhibition window screw-in back (Hardlex)
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Band: Brown crocodile strap with a deployant clasp. 20mm lug.
  • Water Resistant: 50 meters
  • Warranty: 2 Years

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Seiko SARX047 April 19, 2018
Reviewer: Arvey McFarland from Holladay, UT United States  
After learning about Seiko automatics from The Watch Snob, I purchased a diver and this Presage dress watch; and both are simply beautiful in every respect. After a week they're still in lock-step with the atomic clock on my desk. If I had known Seiko automatics were this good, I wouldn't have wasted money on the several watches I've owned over the years with ETA movements.

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